Independent from Long Beach, California on April 6, 1962 · Page 8
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 8

Long Beach, California
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Friday, April 6, 1962
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P«q. A-8-INDEPENDENI l«* lixt. CM. lt*M. Afnt i. IUI "~TM t;Guantanamo Gets 'Cactus Curtain' CiUANTANAMO DAY. Cuba (DPI)-- New Cuban troops find * "Cactus Curtain" have appeared around the Guan- Mnamn Ray Naval Base where U.S. forces and Fidel Castro's soldiers watch each other Ihrouch a steel fence. A visit to this American outpost in Cuba by reporters who covered a training cruise ^y nuclear-powered aircraft carrier Enterprise, showed a new look has sprung up unions Cuban forces outside the fence that separates the base from the rest of Cuba. The Marines at the naval outside the 21-mile long fence, increasing Cuba's ability to move troops into the area. In addition, the Cuban side has been cleared of trees and hushes for almost 100 yards back from the fence. Finally, there is the new hasc maintain their rcsular|"Cactus Curtain" the Cubans .watch along the seven-foot .high fence. Rut trx-re are fevcral neu* thine* to see on 'the other side. .Newly arrived Cuban «nl- idiers wearing Russian strel helmets and carrying nclg.iin- made rifles have replaced Jhe ordinary Cuban militia- Jnen. JFK Hails Aid Effort in Pep Talk WAS1IINOTON (Vn-.Prc.ii. dent Kennedy, In a secret peg talk Thursday to U.S. foreign- aid executives. Is reported to have Riven a ringing endorsement of the revamped U.S. aid effort and of its high command. Kennedy specifically gave di.i b a c k i n g to Theodore Moscoso. head of his Alliance ',or Progress program of aid o Latin America, and to Fowler Hamilton, the New York lawyer who administers the new Agency for Intcma- . . . . 'tional Development, have planted at the hasp of . . . . the fence. Maya hush, a vari- ON POLICY goals, the ety of cactus, now grows two President was said to have to three feel tall, and five emnhasi/cd the overseas as- yards or more in width around|Sislance program as of tre- Ihe harrier. The bush contains'mcndnus importance to the sharp needles, which would security of the United States he extremely painful to any-'and to its foreign-policy sue- one going over the fence -- cess. He pictured the Alliance either entering or leaving the for Progress program as a ' There also are new roarislbase. 'bellwether. Citizenship Is Happy Ending for Austrian By DICK EMERY TUck In 1056, an Austrian hotel m a n a g e r yearned to come to Ameri--' ca. Mis name was Walter F. Wicsbaucr and he stared out of the windows of the Hotel Maria Thercsia at the Tyrolean snow and skiers and dreamed of California. At 8:30 a.m. today Walter Wicsbaucr. 29, a lawfully resident-alien of the United States, residing at 3507 W. 171st St.. Tor- ranee, will become an American citizen. And between that yearning in l!)5fi and Friday'* realization. Wicsbauer has lived through a nightmare of tragedy and strange happenings. "What is past is past." he the hotel manager started wheels rolling to acquire American citizenship. He got close friends in Long Ileach. Mr. and Mrs. Hcth- uel Moore. B551 La Pasada St.. whom he had met in Austria, to vouch for him. Congressman Craig Hosmcr helped untangle red tape. On Jan. 7. 1957, Wies- baucr brought his wife. Frcida, and their son, Walter Jr., 1 year old, So Long Beach. But employment prospects which had looked jo rosy from Austria proved dull indeed. Freida went to work in a restaurant to help keep the family going. The dream of California turned into a bad drram. said this week at home. "It is ending happily. And 1 thank God!" · · · » BACK TIIKUF. in in. r fi. CARI/S ... SEALY MATTRESS HEADQUARTERS Jr. Be goocftq yourself . ' ; · ; · · \ . . .' 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WALTER WIESBAUER, 23, of 3507 W. 171st St.. Torrance, celebrates with his wife, Marcia, and daughter, Doris, 4'/$. after lie was notified he will become an American citizen at 8:30 a.m. today in Los Angeles. Cuilly on Lewd Conn I BEVERLY HILLS (CNS) The owner of a West Hollywood photographic s t u d i o Thursday was found guilty on one count of violating state obscenity laws. Arthur A. La-Vingcr, operator of the La-Vingcr Stu dio, was ordered to return to court April 2C. La-Vingcr was found guilty of a mis demeanor by preparing a model, for lewd exposure. He was arrested along with :wo young women in a raid ast December. The charges against the two models were dismissed. Rudolph. Rudolph \vns driving. The car plunged from a highway and tumbled 500 feet down a mountainside. Only the husband and baby daughter survived. After long hosp'tnl care at St. Mary's in Long Beach. Wicsbaucr nieded r.nmcone to take care of the baby. Doris, while he bunted work. His sister. Hilda. If, in Innsbruck. Austria. could do it. · · · · CONGRESSMAN Hosmcr passed a bill through ths Congress and President Eisenhower signed it Aug. 22. 195S, making the sister legally Wiesbaucr's adopted daughter so that she could qualify for in;migra- lion. The sister-daughter Edda soon took ovir the baby's care and Wiesbaucr found a good positicn as purchasing agent for a big restaurant. A y e a r passed. Wies- bancr met and fell in love with a girl he met at the restaurant. Marcia Rogers. a blonde, blue-eyed Texan. On March 30, 1959, they were married at Redondo Beach. The sister-daughter, Edda, returned to Austria and soon married. * · * * WIESBAUER, w o r k i n g now as a passenger service agent for P a n American World Airways, was studying hard for his naturaliza- tion exams. His pretty wife Marcia. a history teacher at North High School in Torrance, helped him. "But he k n o w s more about history now than I do," she .said Wednesday, as she and her husband and the now 4'/5-year-old Doris rejoiced over two letters just delivered by the postman. One notified Wiesbauer to appear at the Federal Building in Los Angeles at 8:30 a.m. today to get his American citizenship. The other was a b r i e f note f r o m Congressman Craig Hosmcr: "Dear Walt -- M a n y hearty congratulations! -My best! Craig." Brines You The Fintr Things In Life At Vcrv great pav Follow every play! | High Powered, Prismatic Yontl let muck more enjoyment from yonr (write sport when y«« on follow erery play ii detail... really tee the action! Perfect for sports fans; racint fans, the bonier cr boatsmig. Achromatic lens for clear, sharp vision that tint perfect dttaiL Harry in today at thesi low, low prices I. Included FREE! You gtl Ihil btoutiful leather tarrying tat* and handy ilrop FREE with yovr purthat«. Dem stnd me sue. 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