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   Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - January 14, 1959, Long Beach, California                               CASTRO SAYS KILLINGS TURIFY Blasts U. S. Miss USA Plans 7f to Wed Batista Role :Atd Says Regime r'Must Mete Out Swift Justice By LAKRY ALLEN HAVANA Castro contends the. execu- springing from- his -civil.'war victory are neces- sary to Cuba after .six years of dictatorial rule. The future course of the rev- purge was a subject of conflicting statements, but L Castro-made clear in a speech Tuesday night he considers the i.'shooting, of "war criminals" Amid 'mounting crit'iciim abroad, rebel firing squads have executed more 150 persons i on charges of miirder, torture and other high; crimes'during I the.regime of Dictator Fulgen- i cio Batista, who fled two'weeks ago. It is estimated others 'face summary 'court trials, many of which have been held in secret. now. .the Cuban armed forces, took note of an adverse reaction within the United -States in -a speech '..to the Havani Lions Club Tues- day night. didn't the Americans .attack when the Batista gov- erhme'ht was .executing people asked: Those whp-have killed were executed .to] demonstrate that they'could hot get away with .murder and crimes against the .people, he said. A I similar; defense, had been -offered in 'a press statement by ithe government's -lifeign minister, Roberto Agra- declared 'that if !the new re'girne did not rmete justice, the people WjJUd'-tike the law into their pwri hands-toCavenge the tor- 'rture and murder'of an esti- -mated Cubans by Batis- !ta! police and troops. r 1ATE TUESDAY, NIGHT a presidential palace (spokesmai by. a government source as sayijig the; gpv- jerhment had ordered the.-sus pension of all executions. :The Torde'r was reported-'to have fol a .conference between ICastro and. the- man' lie in stalled as provisional president Manuel UrniUa. A 'Presidential, secretary to- day denied the executions hac been suspended; He also deniei Castro and iUrrutia had. me Tuesday. The secretary told re .porters..assigned to the pres den.tial palace the executions i .fact.we're continuing in accyrd ance with due process of law. 3ut no specific instances o The Finett Evening Newtpaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., WEDNESDAY, JAN. li, 1959 V6J. No. 300 PRICE 10 CENTS CLASSIFIED HE 50 PAGES TELEPHONE HE 5-1161 HOME EDITION (Six Edrtioni Daily) IkeCallsfor ARLENE HO WELL, the Louisiana beauty who was 'nanied.-Miss'.USA'in'the'Miss Universie contest here last'summer, holds Paul-La' Cava, Los Angeles contractor, as they. announce their en- Hollywood. title-under "the name of Eiirlene Hpwell but changed to Arlene movie contract.' She said -ding in November or later. (AP Photo) Asserts tax Cuts a Possibility if Plans Succeed WASHINGTON President .Eisenhower called today for a pay-as- we-go policy on federal finances. Speaking at a luncheon, .of' the National Press 'Cluh, Eisenhower said that if a balance be- iween income and spending can be maintained this coming year it may lead to "substantial surpluses" in the future. financial-pro- gram, he held out the possibil- ity of tax cuts. Eisenhower said the United States must reform its tax structure in a number of ways. He said Secretary of the Treas- ury Anderson is studying ways ol revising the tax structure. "I would not be prepared to say that we would be prepared to recommend next year, as the first move in this field, the re- duction of individual income he- said. THEYiTAKE TURNS ON THE STOMACH Randy Dyson 2, and Ricky Kannisto, 2, were'oiUy mhutes-apart. in the -stomach pump in a Minneapolis hospital Tqesday. Randy shows the container from which he swallowed 15 dog' pills.' Ricky, who arrived four minutes'after Randy, studies.toe.bottle he of medicine intended for his sore toe. Both.Minneapolis boyg were'in good condition arid back home to'day. (AP) partment huilding was :badly. damaged early today in fire .which officials said: apparently resulted from an argument .between the building's handyman and, a woman custodian were reported imme 'JUST HOW 'MANY eyentu ally willdie is anybody's gu'es Tuesday! night's announc fneht of a suspension of exec tibns .was .issued by, John' Skelly, a newsman from Was (Con'tiniied on Page A-5, CoL 1 '.fireman perished. and an THE PRESIDENT hit at the idea; that federal spending can promote prosperity. He said he does not believe it is the federal government which creates prosperity. the American people do is far more important, he said, and the' government should limit itself Jo doing what the people cannot do for security, for instance. Eisenhower stressed that it Is primarily up to ,th'e people themselves to'spend their ey wisely and prevent infla- Detec'tives arrested Ernest oler, Miss Ann Owens, a .after ie blaze- which broke out idrtly'' aiter- midnight. !pfficers''said Goler and: Miss in. the base- merit 'of the building, accused a'ch pther'pf. starting the blaze: !oth charged, with sus- picion of felony.; Homicide' said tones given by Goler and Miss Owen indicated they quarreled whiler drinking in their. Base- ment quarters. GOLER'WAS quoted as'say- ng Miss Owens lighted matches into a; storage bin. tfiss Owens, arrested a few told detectives Uon. He' said he believes, the into near-freezing tempera- tures. THE DEAD FIREMAN, Bartley. O'Malley, 34, .was trapped oh the second floor and overcome by smoke. Three other firemen: were .treated tor smoke'and injuries. Four more were injured slightly in the col- lision of their truck and an auto en route to. the fire. United States can keep under control the problem of rising Man Shot by New Partner HAYWARD UP> A .con structiori (engineer is in critica condition from, 'two bulle wounds' today while police sought his partner in a. newly opened car-washing business. Gunned down in front of his car-wash plant was Lawrence Royal, 38, of San Leandro, who told officers before undergoing MISS TORRE MAY GO BACK Columnist Finishes Term, Leaves Jail U. S. Hiihts '100 Top Hoodlum' LOS .ANGELES JERSEY CITY, N. J. (AP) Columnist Marie ___ _______ entered .Hudson. County; JaJlvlO- days ago Justice'Department'sa'ysa'f'eil- with tears in her eyes, came out smiling today. costs. TODAY'S AFFAIR broadcast by. NBC and CBS TV and radio networks and by the Briedlander, 55, of Fran- iWf1 nnrl Hfllflinl cue. surgery: T don't understand it was we weren't arguing." Royal said his Clyde ABC and Mutual radio sys- But 'White House Press ,C. .Hagerly said' (he President has no plans to permit live TV and ra- in'gton who describes himself a'vojunteer consultant tor the Goler had been tossing matches .Foreign'Ministry. Nicolas Riverp, the I'orei Ministry's acting press chi confirmed Skelly was empo around the basement. Both admitted they attempt- ed to fight the blaze before be- ing forced by flames to flee. Occupants of 12 apartments fled, many in night clothing, Rises for 2 Down dio coverage 'of his regular conferences. Places were set for 480 per- in Cisco, shot him twice after he complained--about the'way an employe was washing a car'and nstructed the .employe to do the job another way. ROYAL, AN fighter pilot, said Briedlander The 34-year-old mother was sentenced to the 'Jail for contempt'; She refused to reveal the source of Eln item she .wrote about singer Judy-iGarland; Flanked by her husband arid father, Miss Torre waved to newsmen as she Stepped through the big bronze and ass.doors of the jail.' Miss Garland' Is suing the Columbia Broadcasting System for remarks an undisclosed CBS executive allegedly made about her to Miss Torre. The U.S. District Court judge who sentenced the -New York.Harold-Tribune columnist rium. In, addition some news men were allowed on balcony sons in the Press Club audito- went to his car, got out the gun (Continued on Page A-5, Col. 2) TO FIND IT New proposals to curb cancer SEQUOIA NATIONAL PARK quackery have been introduced in the State Legislature. For this and other legislative devel- opments, fee Pages A-24 and A-25. W) Hope was raised this morning that the pilot and co- pilot of a C46 cargo plane be- lieved to have crashed early Tuesday'in the southern por- tion of Sequoia National Park may. have survived. A fire was reported by two park rangers at Silliman Crest, north of Lodgepole. It was sighted twice by rangers'Ver- non Bertsch and Michael Beau- dry from Milk Ranch Peak, four miles east of Ash Moun- tain headquarters. The 'last sighting was at 6 a.m. today. THE RANGERS said the fire appeared to be in a "direct line with sightings taken early Tuesday in Exeter, on the basis of flames reported by patrol- men. .Chief Ranger I-ou Hallock organized a walkie-talkie ground crew to approach the location, at about the foot level. Hamilton Air Force Base had a helicopter standing by- to join the search when feasible. The missing plane, piloted by Claude Monahan of Sun -Val- ley, with Forrest Kimball, of Alhambra, as co-pilot, was en route'from Burbank to Renton, Wash., with freight. Beach B-l. Hal A-23. A-2S. C-6 to 11. CM, S. B-7. B-2. A-22. B-S. Shipping C-4. C-l, 2, B-10. Tides, TV, C-l 2. A-2S. B-4, S. Your A-2. and fired twice without a word. One i bullet struck-Royal in the stomach and the other in the chest. An employe, John Jones, 17, of Castro Valley, said he heard what an automo- bile backfire. He: turned and saw Royal lying on the ground arid Briedlander getting into his car. Jones said he walked up to Briedlander wrong with the He said Briedlander shoved a gun in his "Ge out of and then sped away. Police set up watches.over roads in the area within min- utes but failed to spot Bried- lander. no recourse under the law but to send her to jail j IF MS s: TORRE is askei again to reveal the name of the executive and if she again refuses, she may go.back to prison. Coming out of jail today, i said: "I wouldn't have misset his for'the world." She de (Continued on Page.A-5, Col. 6 COLLISIONS Chicago Teachers Stage Mass Rally CHICAGO Chicago public school ieachers seeking higher wages staged a 30-minute demonstration' in the downtown district Tuesday. Winter's Worst Fog Ruins London Trove LONDON au- tomobiles crashed in one pile- up. Ferry boats ran togeth- er. -Hundreds of airline flights were cameled.' Ship- ping on the Thames anchorec in disgust. ..Britain was having its .worst fog of the winter to- day. Activity In 62 of Britain's 89.' counties was at G slow .pace or lay prostrate beneath the fog. There were no re ports of loss of life although visibility in many parts ci London was the length o your arm. Conductor, 12 Hurt by Derailment >la. The onductor and 12 passengers 'ere injured today when seven a'rs of 'a Seaboard Raih-oad passenger train jumped the racks 20 macs northeast of James, H.-. Granger, the 70- ear-old conductor from Waldo, was taken to a Winter laven hospital for treatment f head and chest injuries. His condition .was reported "fair." NorW of the passengers was b'adly hurt but several were eral grand jury investigation currently under, way here it part of t an all-out war. against the nation's "100 :top hood- .The jury was convened-here Tuesday by Chief U. S. Judge Leon Yankwich. U. S, Atty. Gene William P. Rogers said in Washington; D. C., that other such juries have been, or will convened in New York, Chi- cago and Miami. He said the plan was-to pool crime information on a nation- wide basis.; Although .Rogers promised the -probe would not .involve what he called temporary sen- hospitalized for examinations. precautionary A broken rail. joint caused hrce Pullman cars, three freight cars and a mail car to cave'the tracks. .They danced craziiy along the ties for 300 .There three'overturned. The others came, to .a stop, tilted at sharp angles. Economic Gain Seen for Area LOS ANGELES sations, it was understood that, jurors in Los Angeles would opk into: 1. Recent gangland t y I slayings of in San Diego and Gus Greenbaum n Phoenix. 2. Supposed local Influence of the Mafia. S.. Reports of syndicated, time gambling in Southern'Cal- ifornia and Mexican .border towns. Rogers declined to.name the 100 top hoodlums, but it was learned locally that some'of the individuals slated to testify here include men in attendance at the .celebrated "Appal achin Meeting" in New York State Nov. 14, 1957. _ The meeting; held at up- turn in economic activity of 5 predicted for Southern Cali- fornia in 1959. Charles E. Ducommun, past president of the.Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce, made the prediction .at a Business Outlook conference. estate of Joseph Bar. bera near Appalachin, N. V, to 10 per cent over last year is was described by law. enforce- ment officiate a.s "ari interna- tional Mafia conference." SPOILED PRODUCTS SOLD IN BAKERY GOODS U. S. Eating Millions of Rotten Eggs Calif. Population Hearing 15 Million LOS ANGELES nia went right on growing dur- ing the recession last .year and may reach 15 million popula- tion by July 4, the California Taxpayers Assn. On Jan. 1 the population wai Hf ART PATIENT GQK HOME Mrs. Daniel Keaney, nurse at .the University of '.Minnesota Hospital, holds 5-month-old Craig who is waiting to go home after recovering 'from a delicate heart operation..One of the young-. est heart patients at the hospital, Craig was wait- -Jng for his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Indrlie, of Minn., to (AP. Weather- morning fog near. coast Thursday. Snmny Thursday afternoon. SUghtiy warmer. Maxi- mum temperature by today: WASHINGTON are unwittingly con- suming about three million dozen rotten eggs a year. This statistic comes from the U, S. Food and Drug Ad- ministration, which is trying hard to break up what one of- ficial calls "the smelliest racket we've come across in a long The imell is figurative. By the time the spoiled eggs reach the dinner in the.form of their tell-tale odor haa been processed away. ir if ROTTEN KGGS WONT poison you. In fact; they may. have, almost as much nutritional value as fresh eggs. But very, very few American consumers would choose to eat them if they knew whai they were getting. Under the federal pure food eggs are.de- fined as an "adulterated" product. It's illegal to ship them across sUte unless they have been smashed and mixed with sonne lubiUnce luch as charcoal, kerosene or creosote to make them unusable for food. Investigations by the Food Drug Administration indi- cate that this law Is currently being flouted on a wide Male throughout the East arid Here's how the racket works, according to FDA officials: Shady operators go around to poultry hatcheries and buy up eggs that have been removed from incubators as infertile. Some of the rejects have lain in the .incubators for as long as .18 days'and are in "advanced stages of The going price is about 7 cents a dozen, THERE IS A LEGAL MARKET for such eggs. If broken up and denatured, they can be used industrially for such pur- poses as tanning leather. But racketeers have found 8 more lucrative market. They take the eggs to concealed processing 'plants, shell, them, process out'the horrible smell (with chemicals such as sodium benzoate or by pasteurization) and freeze them in 30-pound cans. 1 The frozen eggs are then peddled to bakeries at prices that arc about 10 per cent' below the market price for good eggs. HE'S NOT LOST Calls From Corner of Red and Green BATON. ROUGE, La. Iff) visitor unfamiliar .with pedestrian traffic signals tele- phoned police Tuesday asking directions to the state capitol. Desk Sgt. M. K. Gunby asked the caller his loca-; tlon. The man stepped outsids his- phone booth, then re- turned: at the corner o! 'walk' and 'don't   

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