The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California on March 28, 1956 · Page 7
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The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California · Page 7

San Bernardino, California
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Wednesday, March 28, 1956
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Wednesday, March 28, 1956 THE DAILY SUN 7 4th and E st. phone 9-2701 THE GABRIEL LOOK ' jpr . - 4 - j - Wo -j A Lin t r 01 L.i,.. ! S MaUIaaUiBMMWWUMHaMiMj' : .v.:.iv:iy::.:i.v WM,,MfMtiMMffiii-'-y---'--- mi 3A a FRENCH STAR AND ACTRESS WED Jean Pierre Aumont, 46, French screen star nrf h! hririe. Marisa Pavan. 23. pose with their weddina Dartv a few minutes after their marriage at Santa Barbara Tuesday morning. From left are Pier Angeli, screen actress and sister of the bride; the bride, Aumont, and Mr. and Mrs. Benny Thau, the couple s oniy at tendants. (AP wirephoto) 'Butcher' Serov Leaves Britain LONDON (UP) Soviet security chief Ivan Serov who was denounced in the British press as an "odious thug" and a "butcher" cut short his visit to Britain Tuesday and left for Moscow in a Soviet iet airliner. There were reports Monday Serov would return to Moscow sooner than expected because of the press attacks the Russians feared might backfire against the state visit here next month of and Communist Party leader Ni-kita S. Khrushchev. Criticism against the Bulganin-Khrushchev visit was mounting hourly and official protests were nlaced before the House of Com mons Tuesday. Serov came here to check security arrangements for the visit of his leaders. Soviet Ambassador Jacob Malik said Serov would return with Bul-ganin and Khrushchev on their 10-day visit in mid-April. He had been expected to remain here until they arrived but his swift jet plane departed at 8:23 a.m. for Moscow. Accident Results in $602,000 Damage Suits SAN FRANCISCO (St A rice mill construction accident near West Sacramento last year has resulted in two Federal Court suits for $602,000. Both suits named Beebe Bros, of Seattle as defendants. The complaints said the company used defective winches and this caused a large platform, suspended by cables, to tip. James J. Chipman was thrown to the ground and killed and Clifford Jeffcoat was injured. Christian Science Healing Does Christian Science heal? Is it actually practical in everyday affairs? Hear testimonies affirming the healing power of Christian Science in the experiences of those relating them heard every Wednesday evening at Christian Science testimony meetings at 8:00 P.M. i in First Church of Christ, Scientist, 736 E Street or Second Church of Christ, Scientist, 4oth and Sierra Way FORGOT THE LICENSE Romantic Flurry Almost Upsets Marisa Pavan, Aumont Wedding SANTA BARBARA W Italian actress Marisa Pavan married French actor Jean Pierre Aumont Tuesday in such a romantic flurry that they forgot to bring along the license. Accompanied by a small party of family and friends from Holly wood, the bridal pair appeared at the courthouse Tuesday to apply for the license. Then they hurried to the courthouse annex to face Municipal Judge Frank P. Kearney for the wedding ceremony. "Where's the license?" someone asked. It had been left at the license bureau, and court clerk Jack Lewis hustled to get it. The wedding took place in the judge's chambers before 14 persons. Matron of honor was the bride's twin sister, Pier Angeli, wife of singer Vic Damone. Best man was Benny Thau, MGM executive. Adding a gay note to the party were two little girls dressed alike in gray-and-white striped dresses with red jackets. They were Miss Pavan's sister, Patricia Angeli, and Aumont's daughter, Marie Christine. Aumont, who gave his age as 44, is the widower of movie siren Maria Montez, who drowned in a bathtub after apparently suffering a heart attack in 1951. It is the first marriage for Miss Pavan, 23. The couple will drive to Los Angeles and fly to Hawaii Tuesday night for a two-week honeymoon. faj3k t I sh lit Ell-Sn Mi S MALENKOV'S OUSTED FRIENDS HAVE VANISHED, PAPER SAYS LONDON Vft The Daily Mail said Tuesday it has learned that several associates of Georgi Mal- enkov, former Soviet premier, have vanished after being removed from their posts. The newspaper said reports from Russia indicated the men have been arrested in a move by Party Boss Nikita Khrushchev against Malenkov, now on a tour of British power stations. Malenkov, protege of dictator Joseph Stalin, stepped down from the premiership a year ago because of self-confessed failures in office. He is now head of the ministry of power stations. The Mail said the missing officios include: V. M. Andrianov, chief of the Communist Party in the Leningrad area; F. A. Mamo-nov, a former regional committee chairman; F. M. Prass, former Communist boss in the province of Molotov, and P. I. Titov, first secretary in the Crimea until 1954. All were members of the cen tral committee of the Communist Party and previously had been fired from their posts. NEW DELHI (&-A. I. Mikoyan, deputy premier of the Soviet Union, asserted Tuesday that the present Soviet regime's criticism of Joseph Stalin will strengthen the Soviet Communist Party and assure its future success. Mikoyan made the statement to newsmen at a Soviet embassy re- PASSOVER TRAGEDY Rubble covers floor of a Bronx synagogue where three women worshipers were injured Tuesday when ceiling collapsed during a Passover service. Injured women, two of whom are reported in critical condition, were seated in balcony which rings; synagogue at center rear. Section of ceiling, showing beams from which plaster fell, appears i at top. (AP wirephoto) CEILING OF SYNAGOGUE COLLAPSES DURING PASSOVER SERVICE, THREE WOMEN INJURED NEW YORK CK The ceiling of a Bronx synagogue collapsed with a roar on screaming worshipers during a Passover service Tuesday, under the benches. For a moment I could visualize people being bombed." All three injured women were injuring three women. Two were 'seated in the balcony. Some 30 in critical condition. "All of a sudden I heard noises like an earthquake," said Cantor Max Weisen. "I heard screams from women; in the balcony. The ceiling like it was bombed came tearing down. "I jumped over the rail in front other persons in the congregation escaped injury despite the rain of plaster and debris. Cantor Weisen was leading the congregation in prayer commemorating the exodus of Jews from Egyptian bondage more than 3,000 years ago when a 20 by 30 foot section of the ceiling crashed at of the pulpit and sought shelter 18:55 a.m. The synagogue, Yeshiva and Mesivta Zichron Moshe, is located at 1358 Morris Ave., between 169th and 170th streets. Part of the ceiling, with wire lathing, hit the balcony and the rest tumbled to the main floor. Rabbi Israel L. Hausman, in charge of the service, said there was a "terrible roar." The cantor said that if the ceil ing collapse had come a half hour later there would have been at least 100 persons in the building. When hope is Weary with waiting To those whose hope is weary with wait- 1 ing, Christian Science offers new and unlimited promise. A thankful host your Christian Science neighbors are finding satisfying answers to their own prayers. Study of the Christian Science textbook Science and Health with : Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy is bringing them lasting freedom from sickness, release from fear and lack of every sort. It can do the same for you, for anyone in need. God does not deal in fractions. His promises are fully kept, are available to all who turn aright to His care and keep-. ing. The way is made plain in this great book. Science and Health may be read, borrowed, or purchased at any Christian Science Reading Room, or send $3 and a copy will be mailed postpaid. Christian Science READING ROOMS 423 Fourth St. 2186 D St. ception. He is visiting India to confer with Prime Minister Nehru and other government officials. He said there is no intention by the Soviet regime to revise its judgement of Leon Trotsky, who was denounced as a traitor and was murdered in exile. Some sources have speculated the current denunciations of Stalin, his arch rival in the 1920s would result in a rehabilitation of Trotsky as a Soviet hero. Miyokan conceded there had been opposition within his country after he and Party Boss Nikita Khrushchev criticized Stalin at the Communist Party congress in Moscow last month. "However,'' he added, "there was no unrest." Questioned about events in Georgia, Stalin's home republic, where demonstrations against the government and in favor of Stalin have been reported, Mikoyan said, "some there just took it hard. But the great mass accepted it." Newsmen: "VVhy was there no defense of Stalin?" Mikoyan: "Because there are no attacks on him just criticism." The criticism is raised now, he added, because it is easier to judge events from a historical viewpoint. Perilous Fire Season Seen for Southland SAN DIEGO (UP) One of the worst fire seasons in Southern California history is anticipated this year, with the back country like a tinderbox due to lack of rain, state and federal forestry officials said. James Fenlon, state division of forestry rangers, said fire control crews were ordered to their sta tions two weeks ahead of the regular schedule.' CALIFORNIA DELEGATION REQUESTS $46 MILLION FOR FLOOD CONTROL WASHINGTON W A California' j the floods cost the rest of the delegation Tuesday asked Congress; state." to approve $46,203,500 for federal spending on state flood prevention works during the 12 months beginning July 1. Clair A. Hill, chairman of the State Water Resources Board, told the House Appropriations Committee in prepared testimony that the request was "extremely modest" in view of the flood disaster that struck California last December. President Eisenhower's budget calls for California flood control expenditures totaling $30,343,000, including $4,690,000 added as a direct result of the Christmas week floods in Northern and Cen tral California. Hill, heading the delegation, said the "almost unprecedented flood conditions" claimed 60 lives and caused property damage estimated at 200 million dollars. "And we still do not know what the loss in crops, employment and industrial output will be," he said. 'LOS ANGELES SAVED "Los Angeles, likewise, was saved from an untold amount of damage during the heavy storms there in January by the Los Angeles River Project. In fact, had it not been for the progress that has been made on this pro ject the City of Los Angeles alone could have sustained monetary damages totaling as much as SCHICK Next to the Library 334 D Street Phone 5863 Woman Bitten by Rabid Fox Refuses To Take Treatment CALLANDER, Ont. (UP) A 56 year-old woman barricaded herself in her farm home Tuesday and re fused to be treated for a potentially fatal rabies infection. "I've had a full life. I don't care about dying now," Mrs. John Hart told police and doctors who pleaded with her to submit to a series of 14 anti-rabies injections. Police said Mrs. Hart, who lives alone on a farm in this district where the famed Dionne quintup lets were born, was bitten by an apparently rabid fox several days ago. Medical authorities said the bite was "almost certain" to transmit the infection which has been widespread among foxes in Ontario. Officials said there was no way of legally forcing the woman to take the treatment. Hill said, however, that the federal program has not moved fast enough. He asked for $23,356,500 to finance continued construction of a complex of individual projects in the Los Angeles County drainage area. The request was supported in detail by H. E. Hedger, chief engineer of the Los Angeles Flood Control District. The nine-inch rainstorm in January, Hedger said, caused "a minimum of inconvenience" in areas protected by past federal and county expenditures totaling 350 million dollars. But, he added, in areas such as the Walnut Creek system where work has yet to be undertaken "a major disaster was narrowly averted." Hill outlined the entire program as approved by the State Water Resources Board. He said the board already had scaled down coordinated recommendations of the California Flood Control Conference which totaled $53,755,000. But Hill said the state board is still "concerned" about projects for which the budget fails to provide planning money requests. Also, he said, the $400,000 rec ommended by the Budget Bureau for general surveys in the South Pacific Division is insufficient. He recommended a million dollars. S B. PROJECTS Hill was supported by Sam R Leedom, administrative assistant to the State Water Resources Board, and George E. Lodi, chair man of the California Flood Con trol Conference, in advocating the board s statewide program. Supporting requests, for funds for individual projects were the following (amounts requested and federal budget allocations, if any in parentheses): Los Angeles County drainage area $23,356,500 ($16,500,000 H E. Hedger. San Antonio channel $3,000,000 ($2,000,000) H.E.Hedger. Carbon Canyon Dam $1,000,000 Willis H. Warner, chairman, Orange County Board of Supervisors and J. A. Wooley, Orange County engineer. Riverside levees $750,000 ($750,000 John Bryant, River side County engineer. Warm. East Twin, Devil and Lytle Creeks $2,000,000 ($1,500,-: 000) M. A. Nichols, San Bernar dino County engineer. Santa Clara River $135,000 planning. Stewart Canyon Dam $30,000 planning. Santa Maria Valley levees $50,000 planning, C. W. 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