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Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - April 24, 1959, Long Beach, California BRIDGES AID RESIGNS IN ILWU ROW 'Stop-Work' Neet Idles 32 Ships in Port Rank-and-File Revolt on ILWU Leader Reported Resignation of Pete Moore as regional director of the longshoremen's union was disclosed today, amid reports of' a rank and file revolt against fiery union boss Harry Bridges. The disclosure came after a harbor paralyzing mass meeting in Wilmington at which Bridges reportedly tried to'make amends with steve- dores. Moore refused to give his reasons for resigning, but one source said he had denounced Bridges for "preoccupation" with working out a trans- portation combine with Team- sters Union' President James R.'Hoffa, and with neglecting thfe "pork chop problems" of his own union. 3 MOORE TOLD The Press- Telegram today he had turned in his resignation April 17. "I have my own ideas ol what's what, and I have dif- ferences of opinion as to poli- he .said. "But I think our union is big enough anc democratic enough -to work out these problems within the union." He said he was not in volved in any "revolt." resent outsiders sticking their .hoses into the union's he added. J 9 HAS been a mem of the" International Long shoremen's and Warehouse men's Union for 20 years, aric has served as presi.dent'of the port local. He became'regiona 'director five 'y'eats an Bridges. Moore tc The Finest Evening Newspaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1959 Vol. LXXII-No. 70 PRICE 10 CENTS CLASSIFIED HE 2-5951 46 PAGES TELEPHONE HE 5-1161 HOME EDITION (Six Editions Daily) HE'S A QUEEN Dorothy Ann Mummert, 17, of San Diego, drops her bouquet of oranges and weeps tears of joy as she is named California Orange Queen to rule over the annual Orange Showin San 2nd Rebel Arms Cache Found on keep'- his union arid' pA the dock's, 'as longshoreman.' "Gordon ILWU said "report of-a revolt were just "news paper talk." Cargo-handling-for ship in_Long Beach'and Los Ah ge'les Harbors was at a stand still from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m (Continued Page A-4, Col. 2 Negro Girl Beauty Test Victor SACRAMENTO .Williams! .an. 18-year-o! Negro hailed t day as bell in Ca jfornia's capital city. Miss Williams was crowne Sacramento Thursda night after exhibiting a strik PANAMA guardsmen .today fe- iorted" finding, a second cache of'arms 'oh the. beach where Roberto Arias and a irebel band landed six days Senate Beats Picket Ban in Organizing McClellan Loses on Major Issue in Labor Measure WASHINGTON -UP) The Senate today beat down an attempt by Sen. John L. Mc- lellan (D-Ark) to write a curb on organizational and blackmail picketing into the Kennedy labor regulation bill. Defeat of McClellan's amendment settled one of the major issues remaining to be decided by the Senate in its prolonged and heated debate on the measure. The Eisenhower adminis tration has contended an or ganizational picketing amend- ment must be included in any effective labor bill. McCLELLAN shouted that the amendment would strike at some of the worst abuses uncovered by his rackets committee. He said it would end in- timidation, threats and shake- downs aimed at employers and would stop picketing in- tended to force employes to join a union against their will. Sen. John F. Kennedy (D- chief sponsor of the measure, declared the pro- posal was so broad it would "liquidate the expansion of the union movement in. this country." KENNEDY SAID its adop fion any chance "of the bill's pass- ing. ago. Arias, fugitive husband .of lallerina Dame Margot Fon- eyn, was still eluding patrols earching the coast and hills round Santa Clara, 75 miles vest of the capital. The rebels were believed veil armed in their hideout. Several empty boxes which officials said presumably con- ained rifles were found. The latest .burie'd arms cache included 24 Argentine listols, three revolvers, five oaded cartridge belts and rounds of ammunition A similar cache was found in the same area Wednesday. e A GOVERNMENT prosecu tor said new evidence showec that. Dame Margot.was awan of her 41year-oid husband's plot to overthrow Presiden Ernesto de .la Guardia. The famed British dancer was expelled from Panama Wednesday after questioning She professed ignorance o any revolutionary activities She flew to New York and on to London Thursday, ex pressing fears for the safety of her husband. Miss Fonteyn declined to confirm or deny that sh knew of plans for a rebellion She said she had receive no word from Arias, last re ported hiding in the Panama nian hinterlands. PAT WILLIAMS ing combination of looks an talent to the She broke up the talent part of. the show with a swing- ing rendition of "Lover Come Back to Me." u MISS WILLIAMS told the audience that she would like to make a career of singing, but. if she was unsuccessful ai that she said she would like to be a secretary. Born in Shrevcport, Miss Williams has lived in Sacramento for 13 years. The next step in Pat's quest for the Miss America title will come next month when she competes for the title of Miss California against 42 other lovelies in Santa Cruz. "I.AM TOLD he may be in the mountains with smal and of dancer old airport reporters. "I am repared to return to Panama t any time if the're is a hance of being reunited with im." Miss Fonteyn said it was ikely her husband's life was n danger and that he might >e shot if found by Ptmama- ian authorities. She declined to disclose vhen she last saw him. "I made a stop in New Continued on Pg. A-4, Col. I) WHERE-TO FIND IT Prime Minister-Nehru, in an obvious attempt to reconcile differences be- tween the Dalai Lama of Tibet and the Red Chinese, has invited, the Red puppet Panchen Larrm to visit his colleague in India. See Page'A-2. "I would ask that my name be stricken from the he said. GOP LEADERS were let ting the Arkansas Democra' take the lead in battling foi these administration-backed proposals. They would be amendments of the basi Taft-Hartley labor law. McClellan, chairman of th Senate Rackets Investigate Committee, succeeded in add ing to the bill on Wednesday what he called "a bill o rights" for rank-and-file union members. It' was bitterly opposed b; the and by Sen Kennedy, but went in on 47-46 vote. Some supporters of Mc- Clellan in this vote were re- WALL OF BLUE alerted to a .'reported.plot'by hired killers .to. assassinate Cuban Premier Fidel throw a formidable shield aroUnd "the'rebel hero'on'his arrival at New York's City, Hall; for a visit with the -mayor. The bearded Castro, cigar in hand, appears rribre in .the sights than in plotters as he strides behind Chief Inspector Thomas Wirephoto.) 12 Splons onWater Committee Beach B-l. Hal B-ll. B-ll. D-2 to 12. C-8. A-9. Death B-2. B-10. B-3. Shipping D-l. C-l to 7. B-8. Tides, TV, C-IO. Vital D-2. B-ll. B-4, Your A-2. ported today, however, to be having second thoughts about it. Sen. John F. Stennis (D- Miss) said he was for one. t- i AN- EFFORT to take -this amendment out of the bill is expected before the, Senate finishes with' the measure.' Before turning to McClel- lan's amendment on organiza- tional picketing, the Senate adopted today .78-15 "a pro- posal by Sen. John S. Cooper (R-Ky) for dealing with what has come to be called the "no man's land problem" in labor disputes. These are cases which the National Labor Relations Board declines to handle be- cause they are minor and (Continued Page A-4, Col. 2) WASHINGTON (UPI) sight Democrats and four Re- publicans have been named o serve on a new select Sen- ate committee being formed :o conduct a "comprehensive" review of the nation's water resources, it was learned to- day. The committee, authorized oy legislation passed by the Senate earlier this week, is expected to formally an- nounce the appointments at an organizational meeting next Monday. BUT IT WAS reliab'ly learned that the following senators will make up the group: Dennis Chavez Robert S. Kerr Francis Case Warren G. Clair Engle 'Andrew F Schoeppel Allen J Ellender '..Philip A Hart: M ti to n R Young Clinton P Anderson Henry M Jackson' and Thomas H.' The chairman of the hew committee' will be voted on by the members at Monday's meeting.; on NEW YORK. Castro, campaigning fo; .ncreased United States imports of Cuban Sugar, visit ed che New York Coffee and Sugar Exchange in. the inancial. district today. The bearded Cuban prim' minister opened the. day' rading by making an appear nee on a speaker's platform at 10 a.m. while several-hun dred traders and bystander clustered around him. He said most Cuban suga vas sold through the ex change and pledged that in come from the sugar would ;o toward things that would ie useful for Cuba. About 200 persons were .vaiting outside the Statler Hotel as the revolutionary eader left for the exchange. He smiled and waved as he stepped into a limousine. CASTRO, WEARING his familar army fatigues, was es- corted by a heavy guard of detectives, uniformed police- men and State Department security agents. Police made Report 'K' in Appeal to Nasser CAIRO Premier oss-Filing Repeal to Governor; Brown's Approval Certain; Senators Vote Yes 22 to 15 SACRAMENTO Call- ornians can kiss cross-filing .oodby. The Senate Thursday joined with the Assembly in voting o abolish the unique system I which allows candidates to un on both party tickets -in state primary elections. Senate approval, 22-15, sen't he legislation to Gov.- Ed- mund G. Brown for his cer- ain signature. The Demcn cratic chief executive advo- cated repeal of cross-filing in us inaugural message. The Assembly previously massed the bill by a wide mar- n. A reform Legislature 'in- stalled cross-filing 46 ago. It long helped bents with re-election in the primary and, until recently, most offices were held by Republicans. r REPEAL OF the law has been a fixture in. the state p I a t'f o r m. But this is the first Democratic Legislature since 1898. Dem- ocrats in all but one state -office .iasrih fall. The. overturn of cross-filing will mean the end of once widespread double nomina- tions in state primaries. publicans will .be able to vote only.' for Republican candi-. dates and Democrats for Democratic. Voters, however, still will have their choice of candi- (Continued Page A-4, Col. 5) a thorough search of the 12-story ex- change building during the night after a watchman re- ported he had seen two men acting suspiciously in a. sec- ond floor hallway at p.m. He said he chased the men and that they left the building by way of a fire stairway. Members of the police bomb and emergency squads found nothing in the search. The biggest security guard ever given a visitor to New York has been assigned to Castro because of a reported [plot to assassinate him. Girl, 4, Saves 2 Brothers From Blaze FAYETTEyiLLE.'Tenn. (ft year old Barbara Strong, her hair in flamesj carried her 6-month-old broth- er to safety and led another, brother outside when fire stroyed their four-room home.- A third brother, Randy, -2, was trapped inside and burned to death Thursday.. The parents, Mr. and Mrs.- L! T. Strorigi Negro tenant: farmers, were at a farm the field when they saw thf' fire. Their only daughter hailj. rescued the baby, Gary and Ray, age 3, by the time" they reached the burning house. The father smothered the fire in Barbara's hair. She' was hospitalized with burns on the hands, arms and head. OUT-OF-THIS-WORLD NOISE IN L A. VAULT HISS So Thunderous It Would Blow You Dead LOS ANGELES U5V-A Los Angeles firm 'is devel- oping an put-of-this world it won't be heard on your hi-fi set or anywhere else. This sound can kill you, said'William Thomas, presi- dent of James B. Lansing Sound Inc. He explained the sound !s so loud that: "You can't hear it- because you would be dead before you heard .It's perfectly capable- of destroying human tissue, and a human being subject- ed :to. such high, frequency sound waves actually would be scram- seconds." Thomas described the firrnls high-intensity sound simulator (HISS) as a ma- jor breakthrough in efforts tq.sitriulate tremendous vi: brations encountered on a trip to outer space. Vibra- tions on such, a trip are caused by high speed and shock waves. Lansing Sound recently got .contracts from two missile manufacturers .to. build similar noisemakers to test electronic compon- ents used in missiles. Thomas said HISS could be. used in alt fields of, elec- tronics to produce --rri'ore reliable electronic' crf.m- ponents through testing by high frequency sound .HISS' sound waves de- velop high frequency vibra- .of rattling a building" an intensity an earthquake, he added. But, i Thomas noted, the noisemaker couldn't be used as a death ray in wartime because sound waves dis- sipate rapidly in the atmos- pherc. The farther the waves travel from their source, he explained, the weaker: they this 'description of HISS: It Ms- housed in a .con-, cr.ete structure bf .tqnsj'and CQTI- taiii'in'f manj' loudspeijkeitf', powefW Vby.-- se've'n 'lO'-kiiowattfarnpii- fiers. Contrary to the nor- mal loudspeaker, _ vices emit sound from the small end.- The sounds travel through a horn, bounce off a two-inch thick metal plate are dis- sipated in 'containing sound-absorbing material. How loud is this, big ._-. Can't say] siid because no''one has ever v The only noise cotnpar-. able to HISS, he added, is the close-up roarof a giant missile just as it thunders off a launching pad, .pow- ered by several hundred thousand pounds of thrust. 186 Traffic Deaths n Calif, for March SACRAMENTO (UPI) downward trend itt atalities was disrupted month when 186 Californians' ost their lives in automobjle accidents, the Highway Patrol said today. i." The death toll was an in- crease of 48 over March 1958 and the highest total of fa- talities .since, last October, Cor Crash Tunnel on Hwy. 101.' .CANNON. BEACH, Ore. of a tunnel cpjlapsejd orf.LVS. Thurs- day is a car hurtled into sup- porting timbers, state police said. The car's four accupants, students at Reed College'In; Portland were a large, tection of the tunnel wall caved
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