Independent from Long Beach, California on May 23, 1957 · Page 3
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 3

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, May 23, 1957
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, ' v O' Nautilus ·Long Beach Y^m Tlw . _ , YVMhlnfllfm Hiir**M, ,,' WASHINGTON--USS Naut lus, the nation'* first nude powered submarine, will vis Long Beach Juno 28. . ·'The Navy Wednesday formed Rep. Craig Hosmer (1 '. Long Beach) that It will chang ' I In- Nautilus schedule of vlsl . to the west Coast ports to pc , mil a showing In Long Beac harbor. Hosmrr had proteste , to Navy Chief of Staff Adn Arlclch Burkn when the orlglni - announcement omitted . Lot: Beach. . · · . · · ; , .,.. --,"· The Nautilus will take par in'anti-submarine war exercise nff San Diego prior to puttln Into Long Beach. She will no he open for public Inspcctlo while tied up In Long Beach, Sinkqge ·: Act Urged by^Vinson i (Continued From Page A-l.) '-.." / - lature ought to pass that law. 1 The committee Wedncsda; reo|xned Its Long Beach discus · , lions. Rep. Clyde "Doyle (D South Gate) submitted tele grams from Ford and Edison of ; flclal* denying plans to abandon their plants. VINSON ORDERED an In terlm subcommittee study ol subsidence to begin after the present session ends. He rfsclml- ed that order later at the request of Rep. Sterling Cole (RNY) and agreed on an Immediate lubcommlttce study to be completed If possible before the construction bill goei to the House floor for a vote. . , As today's hearings will begin, the bill contains no money for the shipyard, bat there Is a strong possibility of eventual ap- praval, Hosmer said. ' Labor Official Sees Threat to Defense » Loss of the Long Beach Naval Slilpjord through failure to cope with the subsidence problem would be a drastic blow to na. ., tlonal defense and to the local " economy, a top labor official . said Wednesday. .. . . . ., James A, Brownlow, general president of the Metal Trades Dept., AFL-CIO, made the statement even ns the Pacific Coast . District of the Metal Trades Council endorsed state leglsla- tion to abate subsidence, · · · · TIIK LABOR official said the loss of the naval facllltly would result also In the loss of tens of thousands of pay checks earned by-7,000 workers employed at the shipyard. He mid other agencies and Industries which supply tools and other Items used In th« repair and maintenance of the · fleet would be hard-hit economically. . . . · · · · · t · - '· THE METAL Trades Council, meeting here for Its 17th annual convention, gave Its unanimous endorsement to AB4!63 which would enable a Los An- Seles-Long Beach subsidence abatement district. The p r o p o s e d legislation, ·would make It legally possible · for people of this area to undertake measures to protect themselves and their property from flooding which Is Inevitable un. leu action Is taken to stop the ·Inking, said Thomas Rotell. executive secretary of t h e counpll. , . , . . . *;^*" P-* * W****** · "* r-.- J/ ·'·;··..- r , ·»*»·*·' 4* I f*' * ' ,, ( ·s. TOWN IN DEATH THROES This Is the scene of ruination along Main St., In Fremont, Mo., which tfas dc- stroyed when a tornado whipped through the community. Six are known to have died In the twisting windstorm and 35 were Injured. It's doubted the town will ever be rebultl.--(AP Wlrephoto. · Ex-Premier Pleven Seen as Goty Choice , · · - · · - - -- ·-- · : - , · - , · ' · · - , - · - · 1 PARIS (UP)--Former Premier Rene Pleven Is Pres- dent Rene Coty's first choice for premier-designate to ry to solve the French government crisis, Informec 'atlonal Assembly sources said Wednesday night. Coty, seeking a new premier o replace fallen Socialist leader uy Mollet, cancelled his sched- ed sea voyage to the United tales Wednesday bccautc of Tuesday nleht tic crisis. But Coty said he atll 1 ' oped to make the trip to Wash- gton by air "eventually," Assembly sources said Plevln, uthor of the Ill-starred Euro- can Army plan, emerged as the p candidate to form a govern- cnt following a day of talks be- ween Coty and French political adcrs. Independent party leader and rmer premier Aijtolne Tlnay rllcr had been reported as a p candidate to succeed Mollet. It Mollet'* Socli-.llst party 1s- 11 c d n statement blasting Plnay's party for "culpable fickleness" In engineering Mollet's downfall In a vote of confidence ' Sources s a i d this almost knocked Pinay out of the running, Plnay virtually conceded this when he said, after conferring with Coty t "I have been en trusted no mission by (he President toward my group." .. ,,· .- vt Eden Set to Sail OTTAWA UPl--Sir Anthony Eden will sail' May 28 for Eng- and on the Empress of Britain, a government House'spokesman said Wednesday. Planes Land on Tiny Arctic Ice Island WASHINGTON UP)_ Largo Air Force planes landed on a small Ice bland near the North Pole Wednesday, placing an observation post In commission.' Announcing this, the Air Force said the post will be maintained for the next 18 months in support of tlie International Geophysical Year. : Maj. Gen. James H. Davlei, commander of .the Alaskan Air Command, led the flight onto the solid Ice runway In a C-34 cargo plane 3 hours and 8 minutes after he took off from 'oint Barrow, Alaska, 600 miles to the south, , Later In the day several even arger x C-124 transports of the 'acllcal: Air Command began arriving and unloading tons of heavy equipment and 'supplies. Tornado-Hit Areas; Fear r New Blows (Continued From Page A-L) lly had gathered for their first reunion In 23 years was smashed, Three wore killed and four Injured. . . . - . ' Three other* *Icd In Dcsloge, where Uie tornado moved 1 In with slow-motion effect--suck- Ing up trees and huge section* of houses as If It were, a giant vacuum cleaner. The deadly tall - moved so slowly at times that motorists were able to dodge ltIt came roaring at the town with- a sound that Is almost beyond description," said G. V, Aller*. an oil company agent. "It was picking Up doors, lumber, trees and whirling thorn about . a* though they, were tw|gs," , A Desloge committee met to discuss rebuilding plans. ., « . . . , -, · ; BUT AN AIR of hopelessness seemed to prevail at the village of Fremont, nested Jn an Ozarks valley 160 miles south of St.' Louis, where six perished TUBS- | day. Only a church and a handful of homes remained Intact In the town of 207. 'There Just Isn't much left 1 to bulldjiround," said BUI Bos- j ley, Frisco station agent, ry - WhcM rescuers arrived, It was necessary to bulldoze a path down the village's debrls-llt- tcred Main St. _ Frightened by the tornado when It touched down at; Lcepcr, Mo,, In · an adjoining i| county, r- Mrs. ' Mary Loulso Brlnkley suffered a heart attack. The 39-year-old woman | died Wednesday. _ WASHINGTON Wl -- Presl- dent Elsenhower Wednesday designated tornado-battered re- Ions -of Missouri as a major disaster area eligible for federal aid. . ... Norwalk Electrician Killed in Fall u.. IP..,, tiH«. »wy », '. - C^' '..~ '^ "..i"' ^^INDEPENDENT--Pag.. A.I £, »j NORWALK--A, Garden Grove electrician was killed Tuesday afternoon when he fell from a 19-foot, ladder at Norwalk High School. Grldley and Lcffingwcll Rds. Sheriff* deputies laid the dead man was Herschell V. Welch, 60, of 11321 Jenny Lane, Garden Grove. Eugene Cole. 54. of 15420 Dlnard St., told officers he was working with Welch when the man wa» killed. Both were employed by Owens Electric Co, of Garden Grove, Cdle said-they were string. Ing an electric wire to · tern- porary pole when an Insulator broke, causing the wire to,w|llp sideways. I .. Welch, knocked off the' la'd- dcr, landed on his head and: be Kan bleeding profusely. He wai dead on arrival at Carobll Hot* pltal. KANSAS CITY UP) -- Civic and Red Cross officials Wednes- 1 day launched a drive for one million dollars to aid victims of the tornado that killed "7, people In the southern suburbs of Kansas City and* nearby communities Monday night Now ihowing! Frcncei fobuloui once-a-year extravaganza of valual Now even greats r with the new, self-icrvlca low pries policy! The bargain event of the year. Limited engagement!-.Infants' Toddlers' Snoozies · . Goodies for Girls COATS, SHORTIES. DUSTERS. JACRETS. Roo. ).«|.|..«|. Our rtgulor ttock to door 'I *· MICE 3-pc, lorry 'lay-jamai. Top. bottom and bootl.i. ».« Summer Knit Suits DRISSIS. Juit right to finlih tfio ichool " itaton. Boawtlful cotton prints. Souelo. Eaiy to waih. 2.PC. $J.?S SNEAKERS SWEATERS Waihobl., »d or rubbtr lolll. l.fS volut. Boyi' and Glili' Sllpovin and Cardigan!, Sim J-M, SIM Nursery Furniture Bargains for Boys DOCK, Including conopy a n bailr.t. All-lit.I tubulal from*. 24,95 voluo ,,..,. 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Bandana Dress -- red calypso print on while drip dry cotton. 7 to 15 .... 14.95 lulfvmi' Young Cilitornlin DrtiHi, Stcond Floor Mother Dies, Fight for Infant Life CHICAGO (ITi -- Doctors worked feverishly Wednesday . night to save a premature baby removed from Us mother by Caesarenn section minutes after she died of fatal Injuries suf- . fered when struck by a runaway auto, Mrs. ErniB Szeinert. 19, died In a hospital of a fractured skull ond possible brain Injury. DOCTOHS IMMEDIATELY , operated on the young woman to save the child, due to be born June 12. The baby, a boy, was born at ' 7:33 p.m.. five minutes after the mother died. Doctor* said upeed was essential In saving the child, and. that five minutes was about the maximum leeway surgeons had. Condition of the youngster, however, , wa* reported "not good." , , ' "' Mrs. Szclhcrt suffered the fatal Injuries Tuesday when' an auto driven by Dr. Maurice V. II, Puckey. 73, plunged. 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