Independent from Long Beach, California on April 5, 1963 · Page 8
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 8

Long Beach, California
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Friday, April 5, 1963
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P« s «,A-8-4ND£FENDENT LVW IMdL CM*.. trVrt. Ajrt L :H1 Hearings for 2 in Holdup Tahoe Park Rill [, SACRAMENTO CO -- The' Preliminary hearings in fed-jsubsequently d i s c l o s e d b y j S e n a t e Natural Resources, eral court rave oe«n set loriice inacpenocm ui« I'nc.Ojmmiate *(v ruv ^ * b i l l two Long Beach men accusedjmen had liter formed a cor-jThursday authorizing Califor-) of the S61.12 robbery X a porattoa for the purchase of ( nia to join Nevada in opera- San Diego bank last Chriit-ithree restaurants here. 'tioa of a part at Late Tahoe.1 mas Eve. | Ralph James Hamilton, 42. of 3371 Adriatic Ave, will appear April 19 for a hearing b e f o r e VS. Commissioner Theodore Hocke. Alton A. Fain, 37, of the same address, will appear April 26. Both men are in Los Angeles County Jail in lien of $50,000 bail each. A federal complaint charges them with the shotgun holdup of a San Diego branch of th* Bank of America. 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Humanities Stressed in Ike Talk iMcNAMAUA SAYS: Nikita* Convinced? of U.S. Potential WASHINGTON (UPI) -- Defense Secretary Robert S. ted States could destroy Russia if Moscow before requires deep thinking rather than irresponsible action, former President Dwight D. Eisenhower said Thursday. ·In a speech delivered at Charter Day ceremonies at UCLA, the former chief executive said that it was up toTthe colleges and universities to follow the advice of in the trunk of! ComeU who urged more time be spent on world history, comparative government, foreign languages and human relations. · * « ; EISENHOWER said that colleges tend to indulgi specialization, necessary for producing excellence in many «*»« indicated **TM-"J fields. robbed and then murdered. Eisenhower described his| A_ maintenance juperyisor eight years House. Missing Bell Man's Body in Car Trunk LOS ANGELES (CNS)--A Bell man missing for nearly Deane ~Ma!ott, president three weeks was found dead body of his South Los Angeles. The man was identified as Stonewall Jackson Garrett, 57, who was reported missing last March 17 by his wife, MabeL Detectives said initial evi indicated Garrett was the White at General Mills. Garrett ap- jpartntly had been dead for That experience taught mei mac r fey*-- if nothing else-that the His body was found preat issues of our times, both 1 jammed in the locked trunk here as wen as elsewhere in'°f his 1961 compact auto, the world, are not amenable parked at a public tot at 2112 to quick and impulsive at- s - Central Ave. tack." he said. "With special emphasis this applies to our Internationa] relationships. ; "Such problems are best solved by the application In testimony made public] Thursday, McNamara told the Senate Armed Services Committee that Russia's economic- military power complex will not equal that of the United States "in our lifetime." He and other officials offered supporting evidence. --Gen. Curtis Le May, Air Force chief of staff, said the United States could b u i l d "right now" a missile that could knock out enemy mfli tary satellites. He said project was still in the study stage but "I think we could build one." ·--Dr. Harold Brown, Defense Department research and development chief, said the United States has solved the problem of bringing nuclear weapon safely back through the atmosphere in nose cone, apparently with mpressive accuracy. -- M c N a m a r a said the United States plans to develop weapons for use in Only $1 was found in his clothes. He had 523 when he vanished March 16. Garrett's wife told police he sel for the market around reason, patience,'itudy'ind'H^O a-m. that day and never understanding, and moral 'returrKd. courage. ' ', "America, openly menaced by a hostile ideology, must give earnest attention to her need for security from potential attack -- a security thai depends upon the adeqiiacy' intellectual. space if they offer "greater potential" than others. He said that is why the military is working with civilian space officials on such projects as the Titan III rocket and the Gemini two-man spacecraft. McNamara and the others testified before the Senate Mode! 94 A 18 R 172 Sq- la.Yiewib!e Fcture committee $100,000 Plant Fire LOS ANGELES (UPI) -- A Recho Corp. plant fire caused' mg - lts an estimated $100,000 dam- defense program. age Thursday d e i t r o y i H g ' about a third of a one-story,| half-block long building on of our moral, economic and m i l i t a r y Hooper Avenue. strength. I "But this attention must^be responsive either to hys conform to fact, logic and terica 1 or to unjustifiable human judgment--it must no: in February dur- review of the The com testi mony after censoring it on security grounds. McNamara s a i d all-ou nuclear war is "improbable.' But his testimony made it ear that the United States ould fight if such a course Became necessary, and that e was sure it would win. He also thought Khrusn- iev felt the same way. He said all of the Soviet premier's actions "indicate the conclusion that he knows we can destroy his society today houM he attack us from the ground, the sea, the atmos- ihere or space." -SLEEPY QUADRUPLETS Happy to have half of her quadruplet daughters 1 ; home, Mrs. Barlara Axe of Lima, Ohio, Thurs; day flashed this big smile after returning Anna '·Marie (left) from hospital Susan Marie (right) ;was brought home Monday. Still at hospital ; where the identical quads were born are Rita ; Marie and Julia Marie. Cleveland's Newspaper Strike Ends CLEVELAND «*--Striking sinters voted 339 to 2SS Thursday night to ratify a contract agreement negotiated last Sunday with the Plain Dealer and the Cleveland Press and Newt The two newspapers, strikebound for 126 days, hope to resume publication Monday. Twenty minutes before the printers' vote result was announced, the one other cnion that stUI had been striking-the machinists--unanimously ratified a 25-month contract covering its 14 members and ordered pickets removed. The printers, who have 620 members employed on the two papers, joined in the itrflce Jan. 28 along with the nuiVr*. twn nvwith* after »hV Teamsters triggered the walk-' out Nov. 29. Clifford C Hilpert. president of ITU Local 53. said th! 26-month contract, running to NOT. 30, 1964. was worth $13.95 in wages and fringe benefits. "WIRELESS WIZARD" REMOTE CONTROL Tune your RCA Victor "New Vista" Portable TV from your favorite chair with exclusive "Wireless Wizard" Remote Control! 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