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   Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - January 28, 1959, Long Beach, California                               BROWN ASKS RECORD STATE BUDGET The Evening Newtpaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY Vol. LXXI-No. 312 PRICE 10 CENTS CLASSIFIED HE 2-5959 50 PAGES TELEPHONE HE 5-1101 HOME EDITION (Six Editions 28-Day Market Tieup Ends With 5-Year Contract ANGELES and union nego- tiators reached an agreement at 5 a. m. today to end the strike-lockout in .Los Angeles area super- markets. They settled on terms five-year contract Operators of the markets SLIVERS OF SHIVtKS Like pieces of'jagged broken glass, this ice field 'on Lake Michigan forms a Weak setting for the U.S. Coast Guard station (background) at the mouth of the Chicago River. Most of the ice was deposited by workmen who removed it from locks under repair to the right of the picture. (AP) closed since New Year Day said they hoped to reopen Thursday. Some reportedly had begun restocking their counters with meats and other perishables Tuesday when agreement appeared imminent. The agreement is subject to union membership ratification but in previous disputes the members have gone along with agreements reached by their negotiators. The negotiators achieved their goal on the 28th day of the tie-up, following an all- night meeting. THEY SAID the nature of the agreement was such that a precise price tag could not .be Man Cut Up by Estranged Mate of Date John Donatoni, 35, was L critically wounded early to- I day when attacked with a hatchet welded by the estranged husband of a woman friend he was visit- assigned to it. One informed source said, however, that the ing. The attack took place at the home of Mrs. Taliie Lauricella, of 3770 Gundry Ave. After over five years. attack, Frank Lauricella, Here are" some of the wage 53, a merchant marine cook, ahnd officer, Program Making _ _ m The clerks will get a hike of turned early today, from a weekly, or 15V, cents an party. Her companion lay down till ATiflRliK- %9OlllS hour, the first year. Another in a front .bedroom and fell I Laise of a weekp or asleep. She stayed up, playing cents ah. hour, wiU be forth- records in the living room, she .Eisenhow.er said coming the second year. said. ttid'av the United States Is making very remarkable Further annual raises will be missile fiefd ference .in .commenting on- Soviet Premier. Nitata men jm.eo ainto the'bedroom. The woman Khrushchev's announcement-Tuesday that -Russia has week.' ijd fied from the house, m'tercontinental ballistic missiles in Experienced clerks received Awakened by Mrs. Lauricel- 'f-r' In apparent reference to the an hour under the old one Of her five question-of whether Khrush- contract, children, Pamela, 14, ran from chev was. saying 'Russia, has- her room to see Lauricella ICBM's .in Donaton. Eisenhower said he has no M innovations .7_? hf.tcllet. tte m iiiion [ax Program Sought, too Cigarettes, Race Bets, Beer and OH Products May Go Up, By MORRIE LANDSBERQ SACRAMENTO Gov. Brown proposed a 256. million-dollar tax program today to help finance a tow- ering budget of more than two bilUon dollars for 1959- 60. He asked smokers, beef drinkers, horse race bettors, in- come taxpayers and oil pro- ducers to ante up new or in- creased taxes to get the deficit- ridden state government out of the red. His plan would boost per cap- ta taxes from 5116.48 to 5128.85. The Democratic governor, .nauguratcd just 23'days ago, submitted a one-year budget totaling a record He called it stringent. Still, iC exceeds state costs this year by t MOST OF THE extra money would go to schools.. Here, in brief, is-what Brown seeks in new revenue: California's first smoken tax cents a pack on cigarettes, Other budget and legisla- tive stories, Page A-Z... FIRE ONE! FIRE TWO? A deadly Bomarc interceptor missile takes off from test center at Cape Canav- eral Fla., Tuesday as its twin sits by in readiness. A few-hours later it too went aloft to intercept a jet drone 200 miles out over Photo) Labor (WASHINGTON UB Eisenhower asked Con today to Khrushchev's 'mind. Somewhat wryly, the dent added that we seem prona., to- give 100 per credence to statements by the the third year, the pay nsurance or rere an n- Preai-E workers. In addition, the Mrs. Lauricella sought- refuge very contract maintains health andpt the home a Incna. _-_ Lag Toi by Russell .WASHINGTON W) Sen. Richard B. Russell (D-Ga) said today "there is no question that Soviet Russia is ahead of us in the missiles field." Even so, the chairman of the Selecting Firsf f pace Traveler v NEW YORK. of America's first human space traveler is under way. T. Keith S. space.chief, startled a staid dinner meeting of the Institute of Aeronautical Sciences with this disclosure Tuesday night. A ROOMER at the Lauricella Soviet if-they happen to deal scaie wm with our own desires. I creases if be 'Subject to in- home, bartender Joe-Abbot, re- i the cost of living turned homa about 4 "a.m. to iKura UP This will be based on find Donatoni wandering in the ON THE OTHER hand, the U.S. Department of La-front yard of ths Launcella jsfaic accounting of union fund Ejsennower went. on we dis-bor's cost-of-living index. [house, dazed and bleeding from handling and set ti frii labor organizations of bdsjlsm. Soviet statements as The clerks originally demand- head and body wounds. baldfaeed lies. c' Eisenhower's special message this a wage-benefits package of 82.4 Without ever saying whether cents an hour, spread over the auto to Lakewood General Hos- nld'liis program is a complete sjttt effective .anroach to curb- ing' labor-management abuses. referred to a bill by John F. "Kennedy Aass) as a halfway measure. f The administration recom- mSndations and Kennedy's pro- jJosys are largely parallel in requiring unions to submit com- plete public reports of union flrjarices to the government and requiring periodic democratic arid 'union internal has interconti- fjve years. The operators first pital. nental missiles at the a 50-ceiit package, tion stage Eisenhower said that the U. S.'missile program is go- ing forward as rapidly as pos- sible under the direction of capable scientists. Then he said very-remark- able progress is being made and that- the nation has no cause for any hang-dog humiliation, On the contrary, it should be matter of pride, he said. Srpcedures. The PRESIDENT also dealt Sales Wave Hits to NEW YORK A heavy selling wave hit the stock market in midaftemoon today is somewhat stronger in ___ respects, tfcisenhower and Kennedy part; however, on Taft-Hartley changes. Eisenhower pro- tcugher restrictions on rnjpri secondary boycotts against Iniwcent third-party employers, arid, on picketing to compel rec- ognition where employes dem- onstrate they don't want union representation. bill conlains .no Ijjch proposals, President pro- is designed to encourage Responsible unions, and to pro- "tect'the interest of the lie, workers and employers alike jn'.the labor and conference with issues in the steels, rails, chemicals and drugs down to ?2 a share and in isolated cases around There was .no immediate Abbot took the man in his When police arrived, Lauri cella was gone. The hatchet was found outside in the gut- ter. Donatoni's exact address was not immediately, learned but he is believed to reside in the 3500 block of Volk Ave. these other matters: on criticism of him at a Republi- (Continued on Page A-4, Col. 6) Wild Florence Strike Ends; 100 Injured FLORENCE, Italy B ............was restored to Florence today advanced by brokers for after a brief but stormy, general the abrupt decline except the strike in which 100 -persons position of the market were injured.. which hasbeen faltering now Most foreign .tourists stayed and then for more than a week, in their hotels. None was hurt. N. Y. NEEDS SOME GOOD COWPOKES Senate Armed Services Com- mittee said, the United States still is ahead in over-all nuclear destructive power because ol the Strategic Air Command. Russell's comments to news- men came after a- week ol closed-door testimony on top military secrets by Pentagon leaders. RUSSELL'S COMMITTEE has been getting a briefing on military intelligence estimate of the Soviet forces compared with the present and futur status of U. S. military capa bility. Air Force leaders concluded the defense outlines today. Asked whether the Soviel Sino military might now is ahead of that of this country and its free world allies, Rus sell "The secretary and staff of the. Air Force state unequivocally that we had sub- stantial superiority at the pre ent time and we would reta that superiority.during the nex Atlas Shot a Success CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. U Air Force has fired it powerful' AMos ICBM .on an boycott proposals, along with another to' give states more jurisdiction over labor cases ribjT-in the realm of the Na- Labor Relations Board likely to be the' main divisive in a coming .battle in Congress. 'The AFL-CIO seryed notice today it will battle to the end any picketing and boycott provisions from being Folks Are Mighty Put Out About 5 Rampaging Steers year. Russell added his person belief that "we are'ahead un less the Russians have some d 'ense against our Strategic A Command about.' on Page A-4, Col. 1) .Weather-- :l'-'. Some cloudiness to- becoming mostly 'sonny Thursday. Slight- -If- cooler. Mjudrmun tem- -toerfttnre by noon today: By FRANCIS STILLEST WHITE PLAINS, N. Y.- OR York City's neighbor- ing Westchester County could sure use a few honest-to- gosh cowhands. Five black Angus steers have been on the loose since Dec. 20, and folks are begin- ning to get kind of put out because nobody can catch 'em. They've been roaming over what seems like half the county giving people quite a fright, messing up lawns and chewing up some prize shrub- bery, GREAT POSSES of police and citizens -have been after the critters day. after day with cars, .airplanes, helicop- ters, horses, and tranquiliad-alfalfa bay. But the steers are just as far from the corral as they ever were. Several times the local cowpokes have gotten pretty close. That's all they got, though, except for frustra- tion and bramble scratches in scrambling away from the stampede. SIX STEERS got away from the Norda Experimental Farm at the start..One was. killed not long afterward. Of- ficers brought out their heavy artillery when he went on a really bad rampage during a corralling attempt. That's what a lot of folks would like to see done with the rest next time they're tracked down. Still, they're pretty fancy and expensive animals, so that'i why it was decided to we do not kno t h e r apparently successful ong-range space, flight over th tlantic. The 80-foot rocket perforate ather mysteriously on th tart of a beautiful launchin Tuesday night, but the Defens Department announced i Washington some 15 hour ater that the Atlas flew -Is r.tendcd range and produced most of the results desired. The new federal space 15 per cent on the wholesale price of other tobacco products. Estimated income: 68 million dollars, Raises tn personal income rates: 71.4 million. A itep-np In beer excise Uxe4 from 2 to 7 cents per gallon: 10 million. A 12.4-mltllon-dollar IncreaM in horse racing revenue, split between bettors and Cali- fornia's two biggest tracks, Hollywood and Santa Anita, A new J per "cent state eranoe tax on petroleum prod- ucts: 23.2 million. U teak uid cor- poration franchise taxes, 58.6 million; inheritance taxes, ;8 mllUoivand insurance company 5 million. Brown estimated .his tax pro- posals would bring in 202.2 mil- lion dollars the first year, 256.5 million for a full year. Noting an inherited deficit of 68.4 million, the governor said hat without additional money flowing in, the red ink figure gency, he said, has picked 110 ugged young Americans as andidates for the first manned atelllte to orbit the earth. They will assemble in Wash- ngton for further tests, Glen- nan said, and be asked to volun- cer for space flight, hree months, their ranks will be reduced to about one dozen "I SUSrECr that the one who will make the flight not know he is to do.so until balanced budget, and a sound would grow to by the close of 1959-60. "WE SI0ST HAVE the cour- age to face our financial re- sponsibilities without flinch, he told the first Demo- cratic Legislature "...I offer neither .platitudes nor panaceas. There will be no fancy schemes and no money miracles. I bring you, instead, economy in government, .-a THE MISSILE, the 19th in count-down he added. He said he does not know whether this country will get man'into, orbit before the Russians. "The Russians have been at it somewhat longer than we have, and it is wholly possible they will beat us into Glennan told newsmen later. The 110 potential American space pioneers were not listed by name. GLENNAN GAVE these qualifications of the man who he nation's ambitious ICBM Will finally be selected: try to make them nice and catch putting out alfalfa hay loaded with tranquilizing ingredi- ents. The success of this so far has left something to be desired. ONE RESIDENT whose acreage and shrubbery has been much favored by the' steers says he has his own remedy. All he did at first was cuss, but now, says he: "I promise Norda Experi- mental Farms here and now t h a t if its experimental steers come around once more to eat its experimental hay, the law of the frontier will rise up. "There will be U.e crack ot a rifle and the smeU of gun- smoke, and whatever falls can be processed into experi- mental hamburger." Boy Found Hanged in Rialto Yard RIALTO 12-year-old boy found hanging from a tree in his backyard died of suffo- cation, an autopsy disclosed today. Coroner R. E. Williams said that Harold Kinnies. had not been sexually molested. Rialto Police Chief Sidney A. Jones had said after the body was found this morning that the boy was feared to be the victim of a sex offender. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jiinnies, reported him missing Tuesday night. He wai found hanging from a short rope from a holly tree, un- clothed from the waist down. program, was aimed at an im iact area statute miles iown range near the island of Fernando da Norhona off the coast of Brazil. Because of the failure of some of the instruments aboard, however, it was learned that all the test objectivps were no attained. The missiles three big en- gines appeared to. be blazing more than 614 minutes after longer than usual. The glowing rocket seemed to hang in the sky like a small star. 1. A university degree in physical science or engineer- is- 2. A graduate ot an Air Force or Navy test-pilot training program for financing it." Brown, as Earl Warren and Goodwin J. Knight before him, blamed the state's 'expanding population for the costs of chools, mental hospitals, courts and ptisons. And while favors stringent economy, le said: "people are more im. porlant than dollars." IN HIS PROGRAM he said, he geared the new taxes t> overall ability to pay. We have not surrendered to the power of vested Interests or to the fear of public he said. "We have refused to yield to pressures to'favor busi- ness or labor, industry or con- (Continued on Page A-4, sumers." The governor drafted (Continued on Page A-4, Col. 4.X WHERE TO FIND IT Savants see man on the moon in decade. See Page A-3. Beach B-I. Hal A-25. A-25. C-6 to U. A-I4. Death B-2. Fin B-S, Shipping CM, 2, S. B-ltt. Tides, TV, C-12. Vital C-8. A-25. B-4, 5. Your CHART SHOWS how local assistance programs would take biggest bite.from state budget doHaras-pro.. posed today by. .Gpv, Brown. 'V,   

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