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   Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - March 31, 1959, Long Beach, California                             ROSS JETS BUZZ UNARMED AF PLANE Over Berlin Reds Charge CI30 ;Flew too High in Supply City BONN, Germany The United States has pro- tested the buzzing of an-un- ariried American Air Force transport plane by three So- viet jet fighters during a flight to and from West Ber- lin last Friday, informed sources said today. The Soviets have coun- .tered with a protest declaring that no American plane may fly -above feet when crossing East Germany to and 'from West-Berlin, the sources added. The United States firmly rejected any Soviet effort to establish such a ceil- jng-on the air corridors. The buzzing occurred last Friday about 3 p.m. and was 'witnessed by hundreds of West Berliners out for an aft- ernoon stroll. Informed sources said the jncident occurred during the first of a series of supply flights to the U. S. garrison in West Berlin of C130 turbo- prop transport planes. HOME The SouMantTt Finest Evening Newspaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., TUESDAY, MARCH 1959 Vol. 49 PRICE 10 CENTS CLASSIFIED HE PAGES TELEPHONE HE 5-1181 EDITION (Six Editions Daily) Rex, a terrier from Toronto, seems to be yelping in pain as he gets an in- jection of penicillin for an infected paw. The truth is that the dog yawned just before the needle found its Wirephoto.) THE C136 IS a high-altiude plane, and is now being sub- stituted throughout Europe for the twin-fuselage C119s which formerly were the sup- ply.mainstay. The U. S. representative at tbe' Berlin Air Safety Center by U. S., British French and Soviet officers, notified the- Soviets of the pjarjned flight in the normal fashion, informed sources said. He told the Russians the plane would-fly across East Germany at about feet. The Soviet controller im- mediately objected to the planned the in- formed sources said, but U..S. officials decided to have the-flight made nevertheless SHORTLY AFTER the C130 crossed the East-West German frontier, these sources said, it was ap- proached by three Soviet Jet fighter planes which harassed it until the American craft landed at Templehof Airfield, in-the center of West Berlin. The Soviets performed air acrobatics, and often flew Within five or 10 feet of the American plane, it was re- ported 'They came close enough for the American plane's crew to read, and note, the Soviet Pair Kidnaps and Attacks Teacher Here Ike OKs Extension of Aid to Jobless WASHINGTON (AP) President Eisenhower signed into law today the bill extending the temporary Big 3 Foreign Ministers in Berlin Parley Seek Unified Front Before Opening Talks With Rust WASHINGTON UP) The Western Big Three foreign ministers today open a two- day strategy meeting they hope will move them three- fourths of the way toward the united front they need before negotiating with the Russians. They are expected to give quick approval to German proposals already drafted by a team of Allied working ex- ing the past month. In a sec- ond meeting this afternoon at the State .department, they are to review the German outlook with West Germany's Foreign Minister Heinrich Van Brentano. Acting Secretary of State Christian Herter Jr., substi- tuting for the ailing Secretary TURNED ON HIM Khrushchev on Stalin Coattails (Editor's Note: WHIUm L. Ryan has teen NlklU Khrushchev hi action In Moscow and London. He has carefully analyzed his speeches and his actions. Tills Is the second of five articles appraising the Soviet premier's methods as ON world moves toward another summit meet- ing where Khrushchev will play a key role.) By WILLIAM L. RYAN City Workers Ask 11 Pet. Ftrriw Nw fcxlyil Twenty years ago Nikita Khrushchev seemed drab and faceless, fawning party hack. Who, today, would think of such terms to the man whose moon face, alternately beaming and scowling, dominates the world stage? federal unemployment compensation program to June 30. the bill to State John Foster Dulles, to represent the United States. It will be time Herter has the led first the The man who now seems! playing for incredibly high stakes was not always a gam- bler. Nikita Khrushchev's history limns him as a man who liked a sure thing. How did a one-time illiter- ate blacksmith climb so high? The success story is pe culiarly Communist. Khrush- chev found a set of coaMails, climbed aboard for the ride. The coattails belonged to Lazar Moisevich Kaganovich, who pacified the Ukraine for American delegation at such gtalin in the bloody days of a meeting. farm collectivization. Report Nehru Seeks to End L Tibet righting NEW DELHI, India Prime Minitser Nehru was quoted today as saying he would do his best to stop the fighting in Tibet. Silun Lukhangwa, a for Pay 2-Range Annual Boost Estimated at The City Em- ployes Assn. today asked City Council for a general pay ncrease estimated by finance officials at annual- y, effective next July 1. In a letter to the Council, President Joseph L. Denny and General Manager Paul M. Marcus of the association pro- posed a two-range raise ap- proximating 11 par cent for all municipal workers. fighters' bers. identification num Naval Plane Crash Kills Four in Italy NAPLES, Italy twin-engine U. S. ff> -r- A naval transport plane crashed in flames on take-off today, killing three of its passengers and an Italian cutting grass on the airfield. A U. S. naval spokesman said 10 of the 21 passengers and crew members aboard the plane were injured. Names were withheld pending notifi- cation of next of kin. An Italian airport official earlier had estimated at least seven were killed. "The DCS-type plane, taking off from Naples' Capodichino Airport for Malta, crashed when one engine failed. It skidded into a group of trees shading one end of the field and crashed into a horse- drawn cart being loaded with grass by peasants. The naval attache at the U. S. Embassy in Rome said all aboard were naval person- nel and their dependents, in eluding a family of five. Hussein to Get MiHion U. Aid AMMAN, Jordan Hussein lias succeeded in ar- ranging for American eco nomic lid amounting to 35 rjfuljion dollars a year in ad- dition to military aid, r Jor- dan newspaper said today. While walking to a night ass at Polytechnic outh Dies seni inc um iu he White House last BRITAIN'S Foreign KHRUSHCHEV had talent. s iioetan government, s eaded a delegation which fl .chool, a 26-year-old Downey eacher was kidnaped, Police taking off for an Has- t er vacation. Selwyn Lloyd, a veteran j f many diplomatic confer- nces, is to attend along with recognized it. s Vith 'ruthless zeal Khrush-hev had thrown himself into the Indian leader. c Lukhangwa told a news j-onference the Tibetans had riminally attacked by is estimated to benefit Foreign Minister Mau- war oh Stalin's political Nehru to use his good nen L. persons at a Couve de Murville, 'an- an earnestly brutal man to arrange a cease-fire e The victim, who lives of 78 millions dollars, newcomer to luch in the Tibet's rebellion against r old law" was due to ex- which sent Chinese Communists and told DBSCR letfictivcs she had partccti ANGELES UP) April leaving London before seek restoration of Tibet's e ar and was walking down 5th St. when she was was killed Monday ght when a stolen car UNDER THE program, unemployed workers may get Lloyd pictured the neeting as an opportunity to :oordinate Allied policy. Over the corpses of fallen through negotia- j ions between Tibet and Red j ;hina. He quoted Nehru as f xl by the pair. c by police crashed as 13 extra weeks he anticipated vaulted into b ONE OF the men hit other fully and membership on people of India are ivith his fist knocking her said trie car law provides for results of the the council of distressed at Tibet- he sidewalk Both thrSe young loans to the states to to be made known to surrounding Stalin. developments, and I shall icr into the back seat of to run down two the duration of 15-nation Atlantic in 1938. The purge my best through diplomat- durins the chase. by as much as which begins a yet complete. channels to stop the fight- One raped her while meeting had another jther drove At a vacant on foot, length of The Berlin for the part near Atherton St. and fired 10 shots as the with individual to be the cap and sloppy in. speaking aaker Rd. the other man some pay 26 at this three-day clothing, the steps of his house tacked later the car bill signed by to the Ukraine to the delegation seated on She told police that one of the pair initially stuck something into her ribs, saying others at Gage and Fig-eroa Sts. William Lyons, prevents workers state benefit rights from being cut off the THE MOST important part f the strategy talks mopup of Stalin's real and imagined enemies. There is no way of grass in his garden, Nehru advised the Tibetans to use wisdom and patience and "ul was a c.un He also killed. Carl- Lyons, at come Wednesday many were executed victory will be yours." mented that they had been at sea for eight Robert Ingram, 18, were V THE THREE-MONTH four foreign policy chiefs consider how to on Pg. A-2, Col. told Nehru Tibet had declared itself in- a "phasing-out remaining on March 12. That ONE OF her assailants will allow eligible four Allies have two days after crowds swarmed into the streets of about 5 feet 7 with a bab face, ears stuck out from th side of his head and and line scar or dimple at hi right eye. The other was about 5 AH, 52, a passenger in one of the autos rammed by the stolen car, suffered a rossible fracture of his right ;nee. An autopsy was to continue receiving compensation through June 30.' But after today, no new workers may be added to rolls of those receiving on Pg. A-2, Col. 'em Up9 the Tibetan capital, wcause of rumors that the Red Chinese planned to kidnap the god-king, the 23-year-old Dalai Lama. TO FIND IT Word from Gov. Brown was awaited by 10, 150 pounds, and had tw moles on his right cheek determine if the officer's )ullets or the collision caused Lyon's money. Congress went along with the President in today on whether tc attempt to restore farm work ers to a state minimum '1 SAID the independence declaration was 4nder his extension of ANGELES by the Tibetan cabi- The pair let her out nea Recreation Park and she sum moned police from a home o Santiago Handed Embezzling Term LOS ANGELES first enacted last yea as an antirecession measure I i s e n h ower recommended :hat the various 'state See Page A-4. Beach Combing Page B-l, Hal Page A-7. Bridge Page said, "Stick 'em instead of i do." The Rev. Charles S. Mun-dell was all set to marry after it tore up the 1951 treaty with Peiping giving the Red Chinese control of foreign and defense affairs. Luk- Ingrid poker with of posta funds has resulted in a be permitted to mak provisions for future Pages C-4 to Comics Pages B-4, couple in his wedding chapel at 4030 said he did not know whether the Dalai Lama had Stork in County Jail sat ion programs under Page Monday his seal to the dec- PARIS Ingrid Ber man is expecting her fift child in October, the Frenc Daily Paris Journal said t day in its gossip column. r Ingrid Bergman is now th wife of Lars Schmidt, Swed ish movie producer. They a believed to be on a Robert Francis Smith former Big Bear Lake post master. He was sentenced Monda. in Federal Court despite hi attorney's plea that the mon ey was returned, the next day Smith, 38, was convicted o embezzling and own state Page B-2. Page Financial Page B-3. Shipping Table Page A-4. Pages C-l, 2, 3. Page C-4. Tides, Temperatures A-4. TV, Page B-8. Page the ceremony turned into a holdup and the couple took from the minister and his -wife, Inez, after threatening to shoot them. The minister said the holdup occurred before he could even ask the He added thta he hoped to have definite news of the whereabouts of the Dalai Lama in five or six days. Peiping claims he is being held by the rebels under duress Tibetans say he fled to the mountains to lead the rebel Weather-5 Clear tonight and sunny Wednesday. Warmer j Wednesday. Maximum i temperature by noon in 1 _______ Downtown Sinkage Halt Near, Experts 1 By HARRY FULTON s t o p ping s u bsidence only, to maintain or slight- subsidence being arrested ence will be completely "In purely 1 oca Ti throughout the Wilmington ly increase existing under- "by or before" the latter arrested, G. E. Woodward areas such as a Subsidence d a m a g i n g oil Field ground oil reservoir pres- part of '64. of DeGolyer and Mac- siantial portion of the do w n to wn Long Beach On the field-wide issue, sures to stop the sinking. Naughton informed the _ _ _ subsidence THE REQUEST also repeat- ed an earlier bid for special for nearly work-: ers, which would add some to the annual bill. Councilmen took no action sending detailed study of the salary question after the new judget is submitted in June by City Manager Sam E. Vick- Ers. If granted, the CEA pro- posal would require 000 revenue for tax-supported departments, the balance member of the Dalai coming from departmentj such as Harbor and Water which pay their own way, ac: cording to the City Finance Department. CEA OFFERED no cost estimates or suggestions "for raising revenue. But the association's le'tter emphasized that the Council salary when last year granted no increases at a time many pay levels here below the average for com- parable public agencies. A second request for pay came from Charles' togan, representing Long Beach Lifeguards Local 1292, an AFL-CIO affiliate. Hogan said the average pay for life- guards here already is per month below the Los An- geles County level, and that county authorities are con- sidering a further increase. It's Official, She's Mom of Kansas 87- year-old-woman, recuperating n a hospital from injuries sustained in a fall, was no- ified today that she has been Kan- sas Mother of the Year. She is Irene Henderson Celley of Atwood, mother of hree daughters. A n n o u n c ement of the award, by Mrs. John Selfridge of Wichita, state chairman of the American Mothers' Com- mittee, ended a period of con- Fusion touched off by erron- eous mailing from its New York headquarters of selec- tion letters to 40 Kansas women. Through error by volunteer workers at national headquar- ters 40 Kansas women had been mailed "Dear Mother" letters when they should have had "Dear Member" ilelters inviting them to the May 4-8 convention in New York City. should be halted "in a mat- ter of DeGoIyer and MacNaughton, the city's petroleum consult- ants, Monday advised the Board of Harbor Commis- sioners. Their report also indicat- ed- that the sinking at the Long Beach Naval Ship- yard should be arrested by July of next year, but they cited two possible dates for they said the sinking should be stopped either early in 1962 or late in 1964 depending upon which of two theories on subsidence proves to ue correct. One group of petroleum experts believes that most of the compaction (sink- ing) takes place in the sand layers of the field and con- tends it will be necessary If this theory proves true, D M expect the pressure decline to stop by Decem- ber of 1961 and subsidence to end a few months later. Another group be- lieves that compaction oc- curs in layers of shale and advocates restoring origi- nal pressures. Should this be true, D M said it will take until mid-1964 to re- store initial pressures, with (NOTE: THE engineers an- ticipate a few months "lag" between meeting pressure requirements and the halt- ing of subsidence, which establishes the estimated time for stopping subsid- ence either early in 1962 or late in 1964.) "We should like to be able to give you positive assurance that on a certain date in the future subsid- Harbor Board. "Unfortu- nately, we cannot make a precise statement on this matter and would question seriously any positive as- surance that would be giv- en you by any party." However, the consultants did say it is possible to stop the sinking in' certain localized areas much more rapidly than for the field as a whole. be arrested in not than one year after injec- tion has been the report states. Commenting on the pros- pect of stopping subsidence occuring under downtown Long Beach, D M said: "It also would be reason- able to expect subsidence (Continued Page A-3, Col. 6) Four Texons Killed as Plane Crashes AUSTIN, Tex. men identified as prominent Odessa, Tex., citizens were killed when a plane crashed in a heavy fog five miles northwest of here early to- day. The dead: Harvey A. Lee, 35; Kenneth Frank Karr, 48; Royce Joe Cauthon, 24, and Marvin Lewis Gilbert, 28. The plane was en route from Odessa to Austin.   

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