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Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - January 31, 1959, Long Beach, California LOST AS SHIP HITS ICEBERG Dulles to Fly Europe to lalkio Allies -.Germany Problem Consultations Set, Dept. Says -WASHINGTON (AF) Secretary of State Dulles wiil fly to London, Paris and Bonn next week for conferences with allied lead- ers, on German issues, in- cluding Berlin. Dulles will begin his far- ranging trip Tuesday. The State Department an- nouncing the trip today indi- csted that Dulles took the lead in setting up-the consultation, which probably will involve talks with Minister Har- old. Macmillan of Britain, Presi- dent Charles.de .Gaulle of France and Chancellor Konrad Adenauer of West Germany. There have been presistent reports of allied difference over the tactics to be used with 1he Russians, particularly on the Berlin issue. 'REPORTS ARE that'Adenua- tr and De Gaulle-have favored a much tougher stand than Maonillan and Dulles. The British and 'American officials 1 .have been seeking new ideas for a more flexible handling of the exchanges with Moscow. The State Department made the. following announcement: ''Secretary of State Dulles his concluded that it would he iijeful at the present stage of development in.'Europe for him to .-exchange views personally with the governments of' the United Kingdom, France and Germany; He has consulted them and finds they agree. the- secretary plans to leave oh Tuesday for brief visits to Paris and Bonn. While in Paris he will' expect also to 'talk, with NATO Secretary General Spaak. "THIS TRIP does not reflecl liny emergency. It does reflect the importance which the Western Allies, attribute to the continuing unity of their policy "dnlBerlin and the problem of Germany and is in accord with the now established practice of maintaining close, personal con- tacts of high policy." State Department officials said Dulles will fly first to Lon- don, then' arid finally to the West German capital of Bonn. He will be gone about a week altogether. Respite Dulles', new plan ol consultation, officials here said working level talks'among the four governments on basic German policy issues will go forward next week as planned. These talks were first sched- uled to open Feb. 2 but now are tentatively set for Feb. 5. Philippines Bar U. S. Newsman MANILA President Carlos P. Garcia barred an American news correspondent from the Philippines today and said his magazine articles had shaken Philippiries-U. S. rela- tions, but not irreparably. Garcia told, newsmen h? hoped to "smoke out" the jitants" which plagued rela- tions between the two nations nn'd that one of them was the articles by Time-Life spondent James Bell. "Bell is persona non grata The Fineti Evening LONG BEACH 12, CAUF., SATTJKDAY, JANUARY I> RIC E 1 0 C E N T S CLASSIFIED HE 2-5959 Vol. 315 20 PAGES TELEPHONE HE 5-1161 HOME EDITION (Six Editions Daily) SolonsVote for Virginia State Law OKs Tuition Grants to Segregationists RICHMOND, Va. (UPI) dike of massive re- sistance to' racial integra- tion .of'Virginia's public schools.broke today. The state's General As- sembly gave sweeping ap- proval to a plan by.Gov. Lindsay will permit but minimize inte WHERE SHIP ICEBERG Cross shows approximate position of Danish ship Hans Hedtoft off Cape Farewell on Greenland's coast after ramming an iceberg Friday. The vessel was carrying 95 persons. Her engine room flood- ed and in an SOS call she said she was filling fast. STUCK IN MEXICAN JAIL Mrs. Rita Nathaniel, Santa Monioa, Calif, one of 44 Americans arrested, m crackdown, on-gambling in Tijuana, looks forlorn in her jail cell Friday after learning her .bail was set at She those caught_ in _Sunday nigtiVraid at Rosarito Beach Hotel: Story-Page B-10-f.AP Wirephpto) 2-State Search on for Wealthy Compton Oilman A two-state search continued today for a wealthy East Compton oilman who.failed to return home after reportedly winning heavily at Santa Anita Race Track on Tuesday. The missing man is Grady Van Hooser, 54, of 16208 Atlantic Ave., president of the American Oil.Service _ ount. His wife, Virginia Mac, 37, Norfolk and Arlington were moving toward opening o schools Monday on an ihte grated basis. The mainstay of the Almond proposals.to the assembly wa a tuition grant measure tha will permit children who objec to attending integrated school to. obtain grants, for privat education from the state.. SEGREGATIONISTS intro- duced new measures today in- cluding a bill to close all schools in the state for a week Co., 15740 Orange St., Paramount, to'allow time to think up new fired Reds Target of New Blast MOSCOW Com- munists today increased the tempo of theft- slashing attacks against former Premier Ccorgi Malenkov and other ousted leaders ,on the growing list of internal enemies of the party. The latest speaker to assail the "antiparty group" at the 21st Communist Congress in the Kremlin was Alexei- T. Kirichenko, a member of the Presidium Cpolitburo) and a secretary of .the Central Com- AEC PUSHING RESEARCH- A-Weapons Hinted By FRANK CAREy plans'to block integration. The iize of the pro-Almond vote on other measures seemed to doom their In a.'two-sentence decision today, Chief Justice Earl War- ren turned: divm; afTllth hour appeal for postpdhinVenf of .the admission- of to an Arlington scliool Monday. action, announced in a two-sentence' order, .means that the .four Negro children are free to' enter previously all- white' .Stratford Junior High Peron Said Missing :rom WASHINGTON Com- mission hinted today it is developing quicker-on-the- trigger weapons that apparently need extra safety tests In its 25th semi-annual report to AEC indirectly reported it still is stressing research and de- velopment on such objectives as "smaller, immediately is, ready within more rugged weapons, for use in more advanced.weapons systems." Kirichenko took the :rostrum today to charge that imme- diately following.the death of Josef Stalin the antiparty group "attacked everything new de- riving from the Leninist teach- ng and the demands of the country's life." t HE LISTED the five leading members of the kov, former Premier Nikolai Bulganin, former Foreign Min- also reported it still is trying to develop nuclear weapons of greatly reduced radioactive fallout varjety of sizes. Presumably referring '.chiefly to .the "ready-within-minutes" type AEC said that during last fall's, tests at the Nevada Proving Grounds: "Eighteen safety tests were conducted to determine whether projected weapons would-be -nuclearly .safe -for indling and storage "Nuclearly safe" means safe from the possibility of a nuclear WHERETO FIND IT A-4, !i. B-S to 9. B-2. A-7. 'Death A-2. Fin anci _ A-2. Shipping A-Z. A-8, 9, 10. A-7. Tiilt5, TV, B-10. School on Monday. THE COUNTY school board had asked Warren to stay fhe integration order issued eight days ago by the-fourth IV S. ;frcuit Court of Appeals. Lawyers for the four Negro students opposed the motion in a memorandum filed with -the court only three hours before Warren announced his decision Warren's decision cleared the way for tha Negroes three boys and'a girl; to transfer to Stratford from all-Negro Hoff man-Boston Junior and Senior High School when the second half of the school year open: Monday. Together with 17 Negroe who are due to be admitted ti previously white schools in Nor folk, they will become the firs of their race'to attend whit publia schools in Virginia. told deputies he left for the races at Santa Anita'Tuesday, carrying about 5300 in cash, and failed'to return home. The distraught wife said she 'ears "foul play." CIUDAD TRUJII.LO, Dpmin- can Republic Juan Dom- ngo Peron, ex-dictator of .Ar- entina, has not-been seen here or'several and there are eports he has left the-couti- ry. He has been living in exile here for a year. Possible destinations were re- ported to be Montevideo, Uru- guay, or -Asuncio'n, Paraguay Available informants sairl they could neither confirm nor deny the reports. -SHE TOLD OFFIOEIiS she friends have carried on an extensive search for Van Hooser since he failed to return' from Sea Hunt on for Danish Graft U. S. Cutter TO Scene, Finds Only Heavy ke'.' ST. JOHN'S Nf (UPI) Ships and planes worked against time and bitter weather conditions today-ih a dramatic search: for- a Danish vessel with 95 per- sons aboard that vanished off Greenland after 'slrik- ng an iceberg. The cargo-passenger ship Hans Hedtoft, feared to have gone down in the frigid North Atlantic, was last heard f.roni more than 20 hours ago; Searchers 'found no sign otth'e vessel, its 40 crewmen or .55 passengers. In Copenhagen, .Danish Pre- mier H. C. Hansen said "fear is gnawing on The Danish state radio canceled almost all regular programs and replaced them with music interrupted every hour by news. The U. S. Coast Guard cut- ter Campbell reached the aster area in late morning a 300-snile dash and nothing' but heavy rohcriiti-a- tions of ice. "Ice make navigated in the area very cut- ter reported. 't THE COAST GUARD in York said ships wo-j'.d to step searching by p.m. e.s.t. al darkness. sun sets in that Arctic area at p.m. A U. S. Air Force C54, equipped with liferafts and sur- vival gear, set out this morn- ing from Goose Bay, Labrador, to relieve a U. S.' Navy stellation.at the scene. "We'll probably be sending out other a" Goose Bay spokesman said, "but not at the same time. It will be dark when this plane gets we wouldn't .want. more, than one plane scanning the area in the dark. (he track. She said a family friend, Fred .White, of Nonvalk, had seen the missing man at the track between one of the early races of the afternoon. She said he had left a copy reported 40 miles In Miami, members of the party of visiting- Argentine President Arturo Frondizi ex- presed surprise at reports that ex-dictator Juan Peron had pos- sibly left his Dominican Repub- lic exile. Frondizi, concluding a state visit to the United States leaves Sunday for home. In New York, semiofficial Dominican sources said they had not heard reports that Peron'had left the Dominican Republic. to many Garcia said. Philippine Consul Eduardo Rosal in Hong Kong denied Bell a visa to enter the Philip- pines last week. He said he mide the decision because Bell "maligned" the Philippine chief by calling him "luxury loving." THE CONTROVERSY magazine came at Dep., Premier vich. ko said, "that, the members of the antiparty group, bogged in the morass of conservatism, worked only according to. quo- tations from the classics of Marxism Leninism, but were far "removed from the life of the people." A provincial Communist lead er charged earlier that the group displayed "Chauvinism" by questioning the ability of autonomous.minority groups to run their own affairs, Nuritdin, A. Mukhitdinov, Communist first secretary in Uzbekistan, told the party -on gress here Friday that members of the group "displayed mistrust of the ability of per sonnel of the 'national republics Bulganm, former distinguisned trom isters Vyacheslav Mololov and Qn Conventi6na, Dm.tr, explosives which also are con- Lazar Kagano .n somc typssOf nudear weapons. The report does not say how the tests came out. THB COMMISSION said a year ago that "the possibility of an accidental nuclear explo- sion while transporting or stor- ing nuclear weapons is so re- mote as to be negligible." But the wording of the cur- rent report about safety tests appeared to indicate that new- ly envisioned weapons. have special sensitivities requiring ntensive safety testing. Up until six months ago af least, weapon design and safety requirements have resulted in only partial assembly of weap- ons. The essential triggering devices needed to set off the fission of fusion reaction have over time when the United States and the Philippines are involved in sev- eral controversial discussions. They include the revision of the Philippines-U. S. military bases pact, the increase of special im- port taxes on American goods and U. S. delay in granting promised development Joans to the Philippines. Weolher-- dear fonierit. Sunny Sunday. Slightly warmer Sunday. to decide general government problems." THE so-called "great Russians" dominate Rus- sia, numerous racial minorities enjoy semi-independence in pro- vincial "republics" of the-So- viet Union.) The charge is potentially a serious one in a nation where many racial groups must live i'i by side. been left out of the assembly until time approached for the use of the weapon. Speculation is that the "ready within minutes" concept would on .the antiparty -group have (Continued on Page A-3, Col. 5) Bus Crushes Seven to Death Against Wall _c MILAN, Italy street- Despite the fact that attacks car and a bus collided in a dense fog outside Milan today. The bus then careened into a group of waiting rider? dashing seven to death against n wall. More than 20 othn: amonj those waiting and thoie aboard the two vehicles were injured mounted opening, since the Western Congress observers here clung to the view that-the accused plotters face discipli- nary action by the party rather than public trial. of his selections at home and "two of the horses were heavy paid in the fifth race and Solid Fleet 586.90' in the seventh." "He never goes near the she told officers. "He yays bets.at the window d should have won a con- erable sum." Mrs. Van Hooser told officers at since a drunk-driving con- ction in. 1956, her husband s been in the habit of offer- g strangers at the track S50 drive him home after he has ken several drinks at the acks. She fears he may have met ul play al the hands of an nknown driver. SHE SAID she had not been 50 concerned about her hus- .THE spotting ari iceflow long and .one-half- mile :wide. "Encountering scattered heavy Ice concentration approxi- mately five per square it said; The weather, the cutter said, was "generally, good with ceil- ing in excess of .feet arid visibility seven to 10 miles, ex- cep' .for showers." Most prominent of the Hans Hedtoft passengers .was Auo Lynge, one of Greenland's two representatives to the Danish Parliament. The accident was reminiscent AUDREY HEPBURN FALLS, BACK BROKEN Academy Award winner Audrey Hepburn lies unconscious with a broken after beins thrown from horse during filming of "Unforgwen" on location near with her are a Mexican technician, Burt (center knle ing) and.Sharon Lecar, stunt ridnr who.was to have ridden horse Doctors say Mfes Hepburn suffered several broken vertebrae. .i, Continued on Page A-3, Col. 4) T WAS A MESS Governor Won't Forget First Bill SACRAMENTO (UPI) California's new governor, Edmund G. Brown, solemnly signed .his first bill as the state's chief executive Fri- day. It was a moment he will remember. The pen point broke and splattered ink all over the page. (Continued on Page A-3, Col. 1) Ejects From Jet at EL Lloyd L. Lund, 34, of Fighter Group 334 of' El Toro Marine Corps Alp Station ejected successfully from his disabled F8U-1 Cru- sader jet at feet-when lis power failed near Hemet at a.m. today. The plane crashed, exploded and burned in the desert fiya miles southeast of Hemet Air- port. Capt. Lund WPS picked up un- hurt by Riverside sheriff's offi- cers and taken to a rescue copter from El Toro which had landed nearby. After a routine, checkup at the station dispensary Capt. Lund was released. The fight- er pilot lives at 11771 Spin- naker St., with hij wife Alice and their four chil-" dre'n. Cabinet Unit Named to Combat Inflation WASHINGTON tm Presi- dent Eisenhower today named Cabinet committee headed by rctary of the Treasury .Robert B. Anderson, Postmaster Gen- eral Arthur E. Sumnierfield, d Vjrtumtii IH.UMI.M "j Vice President Nixon to help Secretary of Agriculture tzra combat inflation by 'a continu ng study of ways to maintaiii >ricc stability, in an expanding :conomy. A White House announce- ment said the committee "will serve as a continuing Cabinet group to study the problem of basis for achieving a high and sustainable rate of In addition to Nixon, mem bers ot the committee arc Sec Taft Benson, Secretary of Com- merce Lewis L. Strauss, Secre- tory of Labor James P. Mitchell and Raymond J. Saulnier, chainMn of the Council of .Ec- onomic Advjjers. Eisenhower had notified Con- gress in his message ?rOUp TO-SlUUy UIU JJIVUitlll VI I" how to maintain reasonable of his intention to name such price stability an essential a committee. He already has .announced economic that another- sub- Cabinet group lieadefl fcy 'Jaul- nier, will study the impact ;h government-activities on prices. V
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