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   Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - January 8, 1959, Long Beach, California                               De Gaulle Takes Reins, Appoints Debre Premier IKE RAPS DEMONSTRATIONS AGAINST MIKOYAN ON VISITS GEN. CHARLES DE GAULLE, the Legion of Honor ?-strung over his shoulders, listens to outgoing Pres- ident Rene Coty's address in .Paris. The wartime against .hero was installed during ceremonies as the first premier. Urges U. S. to Show Red Full Courtesy Khrushchev Aid Arrives in Detroit Tour of, Plants DETROIT ing Soviet Deputy Premier Anastas Mikoyan arrive t in Detroit today at Willo Run Airport without any picket incidents: His arrival coincided with statement by President Eisen hower in Washington urgin courteous treatment for th Russian and deploring demon strations by pickets. The White House made it clear that Eisenhower is dis- turbed by these demonstrations against the Soviet deputy president of the Fifth (AP Wirephoto) MICHEL DEBRE French The Finest Evening Newspaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., THURSDAY, JANUARY Vol. 295 PRICE 10 CENTS CLASSIFIED HE Z-S9M jHf PAGES TELEPHONE HE 5-1161. HOME 1 EDITION J (Six Editions Daily) PARIS (AP) Gen. Charles de Gaulle became today the first president of the Fifth French Republic and appointed Michel Debre as premier. In taking the oath of office, De Gaulle declared that during his seven-year term he would, f need be, impose what the public good demands. Debre is an ardent national- st, a longtime Gaullist, and chief .architect of the new con stitution establishing the.Fifth Republic.. Debre, who will be 47 in a week, was justice minister in De Gaulle's" interim, govern- ment. Naming Debre was- De Gaull's first major act after he assumed the presidency of the republic, shortly after noon. Da Gaulle rode triumphantly'down ihe Champs Elysees, then re-i lurried to his Elysce'palace and; summoned Debre. IN CLEVELAND Wednes- day, Mikoyan was greeted by lAdultDie I Home Fire chanting, shouting, sign-waving demonstrations. One young woman, identified as a Hun- garian refugee, was arrested for throwing a rock in the gen eral direction of the Russian party. Eisenhower's press secretary, James C. Hagerty, was asked at a news conference about the President's reaction to such demonstrations. Hagerty promptly pulled a prepared statement. Before reading it, Hagerty said he had discussed the dem onstrations with Eisenhower. "THE PRESIDENT has askcc me to say Hagerly wen "The President hopes tha 'hercver he goes in this coun ry, Mr. Mikoyan will' be me lth the courtesy American JohnsonOKf Showdown on Okla. (AP) Fifteen children and an aijiilt died today in a roar- Epg: fire .in :a four-room home. the bodies except that of ptje' child were piled on DEBRE, A LAWYER.and ad- ministrative specialist, will share executive duties with De Gaulle. The new constitution gives most effective power.-to the. president.' The constitution provides that the president name the premier. There Is no previously, for the National As- sembly to confirm him in office Cries of "Vive De Gaulle1 came from thousands lining the broad Champs Elysees as he drove up the avenue in an open car after taking office.' The and 68-year-old wartime Free around a bed in a rear room had no outside door. someone pushed theyne child out a window but was drad. victims were Sara Gard- 38; her 10 children; three ofpnanized nieces; and two vjsiting nephews from Okla- homa City. All the victims were Negroes. t >BO.OKER GARDNER, the father, had been away hunting Almost in shock and his face haggard, Gardner walked about aimlessly, apparently unable to comprehend Immediately the disaster which struck his fam- ,Ke said that he started Koine from his hunting trip be- fore dawn this morning, "I ffclt'sorta funny." ;'HB RECEIVED the news at the farm home of Vcrnon Love, who drove him to the disaster scene. told Tony Price, re pjprter of the Paris, Tex., News, thit he started on a hunt about p.m. Wednesday' and hunt- ediall night. Hunting with him vias' a nephew from Oklahoma Oily, who was visiting in the home. Gardner is a day laborer in tils' southern Oklahoma town pdpulation. French leader stood stiff am erect despite a brisk wind and nippy 42-degree temperatures At the Arch of Triumph De Gaulle and retiring Presiden Re'neiCoty symbolically rekin died the eternal flame tha (Continued on Pg. A-4, Col. 3 Tijuana Suspends Bar-Closing law TIJUANA A law tha svould have closed about IOC bars and cabarets in the down town area has been suspendec the CROC I-abor Union an nounced today. N The law, announced last week decreed that the bars would be closed in 90 days as an anti vice move. PLAYS ROBBER ROLE raditio'nally show visitors froi President wants' Mr broad. "The as well as our confidence, Mikoyan to see the real Amer ca, so that when he return ome he will be" able to carr n accurate picture of our goot lanners, trength, sur determination in the caua >f freedom and Asked whether Eisenhowe eels that demonstration. against Mikoyan do not reflec a true picture of Americ lagerty simply referred new men to the first sentence lis statement dealing wi' Eisenhower's hope American (Continued on Pg. A-4, Col. 2 Violent Earthquake Recorded in turkey ISTANBUL W) An eart quake of "extreme violence possibly centered around Rbod other' Greek islands, w recorded early today by t Istanbul Technical University seismographs. The university estimated tl quake's epicenter at. 320 mil from Istanbul. Greece and its Aegean Islam are., located in a major cart quake belt and were hit by d aslrous quakes in 1954, 19 and 1957. OVIET DEPUTY PREMIER ANASTAS I. MIKOYAN rideS running board of Russian.carriage drawn by three stallions at. Cyrus Eaton's Acadia Farms in Cleveland Wednesday. Holding reins is Vladimir Ivano- vitch Forin, the Russian trainer sent along with the gift from Nikita Khrushchev. Mikoyan's Cleveland- visit included tour of Lincoln'Electric Co. plant where he met workers and ing Arrested NEW YORK leadquarters reported' shortly Before 2, p. m. today that voman was being held in Srooklyn in connection with that o a 2W-hour-old child last Friday night. Tne police report was tha he 'woman was being held a he St. George Hotel, one o the city's best known hotels, by a traffic patrolman. NO FURTHER informatioi was given immediately, excep that other of f beini rushed to the hotel. The baby, Lisa Rose Chion chio, was believed to have bee taken from a crib in the nur scry of St. Peter's Hospital b a woman described as bleached blonde about 30 year old. Hundreds of detectives an FBI agents have been scourin the city for clues to the chil  Police say here is no doubt that a sex maniac mutilated and killed 'oung mother, whose body.was ound Wednesday in her car lere. Ruth Ann Montague, Issue Narrowed to Question of Revision of Rules X WASHINGTON The Senate moved tpwarrj a quick first showdown Iri the filibuster, fight with the immediate narrowed to the question whether to throw the Sen- ate rules ppen to revision.' Sen. Lyndon 'B. Johnson, pj Texas, the Democratic agreed to the move and pushed It along, then announced plan to try to kill the proposal for new rules by means of a motion to table. 7 The situation was set up'bjr an agreement from Johnson Jo let the Senate take up first proposal to adopt new >2, a social worker and the mother of two, was found 13 hours after she left a sorority party. She apparently was trangled with two lengths of rope found near the car. An autopsy is to be 'performed .oday. Her 'car was parked across the street from the home of Mrs. Elizabeth -Brookman, where the Phi Mu Sorority par- ty was held. Mrs. Montague's brother, sponsored by forces which want tighter curbs on long talk. plan was ottered as a subitiC tute for a compromise proppsa} by Johnson himself. The Demy, cratic leader obtained, unanl-; mous consent .to go. into the proposal immediately, end then announced his tabling AGAINST THE' backgrmnja of- the simmering pvijr civil rights and integration'leg- islation, Johnson had. proposed, some tigh'tehlng of .the rules far cutting off debate. But ha had not gone nearly as far as .tha strong opponents 'of the' fill- buster wanted. And his plan would have reaffirmed principle that the old ruleX which make debate hard to'cut off, carry over. Johnson said he hoped la force the matter to a showdown late today or tonight. Specialist Sees Russ A-Plane Within Year WASHINGTON A'hava flown a plane driven by Donald Jones, found the body He began looking for her after her husband, Charles D. Man tague, notified police and mem bers of the family that she wa missing. A motion to table is' not de- batable, and once made would cut off further discussion. Howi ever, Johnson said he would consult with both sides and see that they had on adequate opi portunity for debate befo'ra making his motion. _ THE TEXAN'S offer of :i quick showdown indicated fce was confident of mustering tin votes to defeat the rulei'revii sion as proposed. The sponsor of record for the resolution before the Senate Sen. Clinton P. Anderson {DV .It reads: "I move that the Senate, in WHERE TO FIND IT Five Long Beach State Col- ege instructors charged today hat.the school's faculty con- rovcrsy stems from, a "small, iard core of dissidents" whose objective is to take over ad- ministration of the school. See Page B-l. Reach B-I. Hal A-21. A-21. C-4 to 9. B-10, II. B-12. Death B-2. A-20. B-3. Shipping B-6. C-l, 2, S, 4. B-3. Tides, TV, C-10. Vital 15. A-21. B-4, 5. congressional 'atomic specialist aid today he does'not believe; he, Soviets now.have a nuclear- plane but said they re likely to have one within a Rep. Melvin', Price (D-I11) .ddcd that at present rates of progress he believes it will.be our' or five years before the United States could achieve nuclear flight. In Moscow -the newspaper Soviet Aviation today described an atomic plane without saying whether the Soviet Union has me or is building one. nuclear power. TRICE SAID, the weight of the evidence seems to be that no nuclear plane, and not even a plane powered partially by nuclear engines, has yet gotten off the ground. However, Price said his own estimate is that the Soviets may put a test plane into the air year..He said this would be an even greater blow o U; S. prestige than was the .PRICE, CHAIRMAN of research subcommittee of the the Senate-House Atomic Energy Committee, talked with news- men after a secret briefing by Atomic Energy Commission, Central Intelligence Agency, Air. Force and defense per- sonnel. However, .he said the time estimates he gave were his own. ''Price said the Soviet -an nouncemcnts regarding a nu- clear plane have been variously interpreted and may mean that a prototype, not yet flown, in existence. He added that an aircraft of unusual configura tion has been seen in the Riis slan air and has given rise to reports that the Soviets may of the Soviet moon POLICE SAID objects found at the scene and marks on the body left no doubt that Mrs. Montague was killed by a sadist. Officers said she was not. raped. Police said there was dirt on her heels, as if. she had been dragged across soft ground. Of- ficers searched a nearby park and other secluded areas for clues as to where the slaying occurred. A long-bladed paring knife was found in the glove .com- visible blood stains but it was taken to the police laboratory [for analysis. Her unopened :uccess ;hot. "And it would be more of a purse also was in the car and hreat to the peace of the he added. the ignition keys were in her coat pocket. Monitors to Seek Ouster of Hoffa NEW YORK petition aimed at ousting James R. loffa as preisdent of the Team- ters Union will be submitted o Federal Court in Washing- on in about a month, Godfrey Schmidt, one of three court- for .the appointed monitors inion, said today. Weather-- Considerable cloudi- ness tonight through Fri- day with a 50 per cent chance of rain late Fri- day. Little change in Area Has 50-50 Chance of Rain The Southland has a 50-50 chance of light showers Friday, :he weatherman said today. 'A lowling storm hammered at the extreme Northern Califor- nia coast and was expected to move down into the central part of the state later today. By Friday, there will be a 50 per cent chance of light show- ers in the Long Beach-Los An- geles area, the Weather Bureau reported. Little change in tempera tures is foreseen in the next few days. Temperatures today (Continued on Pg. A-4, CoL' li Hear NikitaV Secretary Killed Self BERLIN West Berlin tabloid said today Soviet Pre- mier Nikita Khrushchev's sec- retary has committed suicide by swallowing poison. Nacht-Dcpesclre identified the secretary as Alexander V. Usbv. 39. It said information about no Ws suicide came from unidenti- tied Communist Parly sources. The paper quoted its ants as saying Usov may taken his life because he portedly knew about an allegi-4 plot to overthrow during the forthcoming coji- gress of the Soviet Communist Party. The sources said Uspv feared Khrushchev might sus- pect him of being involved. and Friday are expected range between 68 and 55. to Small Points Block Airline-Pilots Pact WASHINGTON (UPI) pilots' strike against American Airlines went Into its 20lh day today with both sides reported to be in tentative agreement on major issues but deadlocked en small points. Chairman Leverelt Edwards of the National Mediation Board, who is supervising ne- gotiations, said talks the airline and Pilofi" Assn. may collapse it the stale- mate on minor Issues contihueo,   

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