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Independent from Long Beach, California • Page 11

Independent from Long Beach, California • Page 11

Long Beach, California
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fT7 I Careening Car Crashes Near Children in Yard i iM I- 1. A wildly careening auto-1 mobile narrowly missed a group of children playing, on a gym set in Norwalk Sunday, then crashed into a house, injuring the driver. Charles Roof, 47, of 12053 E. 161st Norwalk, was admitted to Carobil Hospital where he underwent surgery for severe head injuries. His condition was described as fair.

Jail Actor Sheriff's deputies said Roof apparently lost control of his car as he turned from Nor-. Auto Rests Against Concrete Steps After Narrowly Missing Playground (Arrow) Squabble walk Blvd. onto 161st swerved within several feet of four or five children playing on the gym set by the side of the street and crashed into the concrete front steps of the home of George Ayala, 12144 161st St The family! was not home. Cowboy actor Lash Larue was in Orange County jail Sunday nursing a hea dj-wound suffered in a quar- riel with his estranged wife and sister-in-law. By VERA WILLIAMS It takes quite a bit of doing to transport and set up IN LONG BEACH, a 23 year-old woman suffered hip and chest injuries when her car went out of control, sheared off a power pole, sideswiped another and crashed into the side of a The two women, police said, hit the whip expert on the head with a telephone and mop handle when he started fighting with his wife, Pad-die, 28, in the home of her sister, Mrs.

Margaret Osborn at 11972 Samuel Garden Grove. building in the 3200 block of Cherry AVe. Sunday morning. a two-ton sculpture exhibit, Robert Ortlieb discovered. Bob has 14 sculptures the heaviest a 350-pound Moses, the tallest a nine-foot Crucifixion plus 11 framed drawings in Pacific Coast Club.

At 6 a.m. the day before the exhibition opened Bob. and good wife Janet began loading the works on their car and a two-wheel steel trailer at their studio-home in Inglewood. Trailer creaking, they rolled to Long Beach and into the parking lot west of Pacific Coast Club. We blocked all the cars there, nobody could get in or out, ruefully admits Ortlieb.

We got stuck with Moses half in and half out of the trailer. We couldnt budge him. Along came an ice deliveryman and he helped us give him the final boost. police reported. NORMA JEAN Davies.

4747. Ocana was' treated at; Seaside Hospital. She told po- i lice she lost control of herj car while going north on Cherry at about 40 miles per hour. Police booked the actor, who gave his address as 1857 Lime Long Beach, on charges of assault and battery and disorderly conduct A gash in his scalp wu doled with five stitches. After hitting the two poles, officers said, the vehicle MRS.

LARUE TOLD police that she and her actor-husband were about to have dinner when she went to a bedroom to tend a crying child. DEVERE BAKER Blow at Communism' THE ORTLIEBS, STILL WITH the help of the iceman, loaded sculpture and drawings on the kitchen elevator which took them to the Galleria on the mezzanine. There with the aid of dollies they moved the sculpture around and placed it on its pedestals. By then it was midnight Bob and Janet decided that the Crucifixion needed a background, perhaps a panel. They went home and Bob put together a frame 40 inches by 10 feet swerved in a wide U-turn and.MORE MISS WELCOME CANDIDATES crashed into the side of a building owned by the Nielson ftimp 3204 Cherry Ave.

Two more Long Beach beauties have entered Miss Welcome to Long Beach contest Beverly Morrow, 20, (top), a secretary, and Karen Pederson, 17, Wilson High School student, will be the among other candidates vying for the honor. Preliminary LEHI SKIPPER Sun- IN OTHER accidents begin April 23 aodjwe sponsored by.the -r. -VwwiCwwr'X) fckMmmugg. SlansMafidirifa 1 Larue followed her, she told police, and started hitting her her sister. uletf to open at 2 p.m.

At 1 p.m. they were on their knees on the floor of the Galleria tacking the turquoise stuff to thb frame. At 1 JO p.m. they gathered up the paraphernalia hammers. staples, scissors, blankets on which they had.

knelt rolled it all into a sheet and raced for their car. of 18,000 Miles Indepemdemlt Tkt SmtiUonfs Jl Fisuet liming Hu ttfofoe MONDAY, APRIL 13, 1959 Page 8-1 Larue gave his age as 38, but his wife told police he is 45. We dont know why he did it, Mrs. Osborn said. Lash if like that, ha just flips his lid.

He was taken to Orange County jail by Garden Grovd police and Was held on $300,, bail By WAREN WALTERS Bearded and ruddy Capt. DeVere Baker, who confounded the experts by proving he could sail a raft from San Pedro to Hawaii, Sunday announced plans to sail another cork more than halfway around the 1054 E. 2nd was treated at Seaside Hospital for two broken riba after a car driven by his wife, Ida, 53, collided with another driven by Robert W. Abston. 20.

of 1324 Peterson Ave. and Mary Car-imen Belmonte, 24, of 1105 (Prado Los Angeles, on 3rd St at Elm about 12:40 p.m. Norman Elliott 32, Via Carmelitos, was I treated at Seaside Hospital for a broken hip and his out Short Circuit Puts Area in Darkness YOU COULD GUESS IT WOULD HAPPEN. Squarely in front of Pacific Coast Club, the sheet unrolled and out dropped the stuff. Staples flew.

At 1:40 p.m., the Ortliebs, dressed to the teeth, as Bob says, were on their hands and knees on the sidewalk picking up staples. At 1:55 p.m., as poised as if there, had been no complications at all. Bob and Janet were in the reception line ready to say How nice of you to come! to the first guest. The sculpture and drawings will be In Pacific Coast Club through April, then the Ortliebs will have to get them home again. of his rafts from this prophet, and it is this ancient journey he intends to duplicate.

The bronzed former shipyard owner said the advanced civilizations founded in Central America by these peoples Passenger, was destroyed through strife, prater, 17, of 1941 Canal and warfare. for forehead laceration after! An electrical short circuit in a powerline blacked a section of Hawaiian Gardens and sunrounding Man, 88, Dies; Hurt world. The principal object: to substantiate antient records and give the world "a way of hitting back hard at the insidious inroads of communism. dlis next trip, to be made on a raft only slightly larger than the Lehi IV, which completed the trip to Hawaii last September, will cover 18,000 miles and last more than two business area for almost an hour Sunday night Southern California Edison C- officials said that the their car collided with one J0 An Hn.e threw the Hawaiian Gardens son St were also affected. Sheriffs deputies that the traffic signal reported failures 111 I1 lUl apparently failed to hamper traffic conditions and that there were no accidents during Jtae power failure.

An 88 year old died over the weekmd, as a result of THE ANCIENT records. Baker said, also report the. appearance in Central AJneri-lPha6an' of s- Macs in 34 A.D. of the God of fine El Toro on Daisy years. Woman Near Death After Gown Bums area south of Carson St, and Norwalk into darkness.

An adjacent business area and traffic signals along Car- Ave: and Market St the Air. He asks, Was Jesus of Galilee the God of the Air? r- pensioner possibly injuries suffered in a fight in a rooming house here three ago, according to police. The county coronet's of-, fice notified the police department Saturday that Robert Ward, 88. had died in Harbor General Hospital Friday night WITH A CREW of seven. Capt.

Baker will begin the jtrip in 1961 from the jultan- late of Oman which borders SANTA ANA A 60-year-(ously on the hands and feet the Indian Ocean on the old woman was burned criti-ias he tried to beat out the Muthfast tip of the Arabian cally here Sunday night when flames. Peninsula. He hopes to drift the filmy nightgown she wasl Police, who traced a tele- and uil to Guatemala, wearing somehow caught fire, phone call from the apart-1 por the twe-year Odyssey, enveloping her in flames, jment, laid they found Mrs.jj LeM iv crew of three! Pearl Foreman of 317 Lacy Foreman walking around the of Urry Foglino! St. was. admitted to Gaidenjliving room.

They said she Ed Kekaula and Don McFar-Grove Hospital with burns 'somehow had managed to put land, will be augmented by over most of her and on a dress after the night-body. gown was burned from her body. She gasped to officers, Tm going to die. Neither the woman nor her brother was, able to tell of- Police said the woman, who Is not expected to Jive; -ran screaming into the living four other men. Baker said ha hopes to make arrangementeto include scientists from India, Japan, Formosa and the Philippines in his craw- Success of his voyage.

Baker said, will give testimony to the possibility that Christ did appear again after his resurrection. 1 With this testimony Baker said, we'll be able to hit back at communism and hit back hard. The whole idea of the trip is built around this in an effort to halt the Godless concept expressed in communism. WARD WAS treated at Seaside Hospital for a fractured hip the evening of March 2T after he fell in thd kitchen of a rooming house at 403 E. 4th and another'" elderly man Richard Fisher, 67, was "sit He added that the voyage wHK prove- also that science the nightgown ficers how caught fire.

ting. Fisher was burned seri Baker's announcement of the proposed venture, made during an exclusive interview the Wilton Hotel, came just one day before the re- Now, April 6 thru April 18, Long Beach Area Auto Dealers pledge themselves to give you the very best deal of the year on a sparkling new 1939 automobile! lease of his book, The Raft the story of his jouipey-'To the Hawaiian Islands. HIS mST VOYAGE, com roomer in his late 20s had wr argument during the supper hour. Ward struck the other man with a huge wooden spoon, witnesses said, and then the young man knocked Ward down, police said they wen told. and religion walk' hand in hand, in contrast to the communist idea that science will disprove the existence of God.

THE LEHI project will cost an estimated $250,000, Baker said. Construction of the 40xl8-foot reft will be done in Redondo Beach, site of the construction of Lehi IV. While Baker acknowledges his tiny raft will face the hazards of storm and currents. he said he has confidence in hi. experience as UNVEIL STATE HISTORICAL MARKER AUTO FAX" pleted auty after three failures) was the Initial test.

Baker, said. In proving that as long ago as 2,000 years before the coming-of Christ, Semetic peoples migrated frpm Yhe ires of what is now (Israel to Central America. The Book of Mormon recounts the story of the prophet Lehi. -who led his people from the area of the Red Sea to Central America about 600 B.C Baker takes the' name of 1 State flag covering plaque falls away as state and local officials unveil State Rear mil springs for anlomo-hilts were introduced. by the automobile industry in.

I9.i7. To days tars ride easier than tier. Historical Marker No. 664 at site of Heritage House, 'Comptons memorial to its pioneer families. Taking part in the unveiling ceremony Sunday in Comp ton Civic Center were (from left).

State Atty. Gen. Stanley Mosk, Assembly- shipbuilder and his ability toi build a sturdy enough craft to weather the voyage. Im really a coWard." said the man whp survived the 69-day. trip to Hawaii, 1 have no desire to die at sea.

Carley V. Porter, Mrs. Padline Brasher, deputy grand president'of the itive Compton Parlor of Native Daughters of the Golden West, and Mayor Del Clawson. Staff Photo.) A. A A.

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