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   Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - April 25, 1959, Long Beach, California                             MOB KIDNAPS JAILED NEGRO; FBI ON CASE The Finest Evening Newspaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., SATURDAY, APRIL 25, 1959 Vol. PRICE 10 CENTS CLASSIFIED HE 22 PAGES TELEPHONE HE 5-1161 HOME EDITION (Six Editions Daily} Solons Alter 'Rights' Part of Labor 7ICKLES TO WIN Coed Diane Nicholson stabs, tickles, teases and terrorizes her pet'turtle Calli- ope St. George over 12 feet of track in turtle derby Friday at Southern Meth- odist University "in Dallas. Her efforts, which included some foot-stomping, spurred Calliope St. George to a course record of 34.8 seconds in race spon- sored by Phi Delta Theta Wirephoto) Man Hacked to Death in LB. The hacked, 'near-nude body of a Long1 Beach 'man Friday night was found sprawled in the kitchen of his blood-splat tered apartment. 'Police! identified _the- victim as Charles W. Norvelle, 28, 01 K1 Writes Ike Jrging Halt in All Atom Tests MOSCOW Premier Nikita' S. Khrush- lev has written a personal letter to President Eisen- ower calling for a'halt'of tests of nuclear Tass news agency said tonight. Tass said the message was handed'to the "U. S. tate Department in -Washington Friday' by Soviet rw Ko r e i 1 lUf Norvelle, a warehouseman for a Los Angeles drug firm had been stabbed 'four, times in the back and slashei across the stomach. A PAIR. of scissors bearin blood-like stains was fdund-in a desk .drawer. -The botiy; was found by friend, Keith -Edward Jones 29, iof. .Maine Ave... a. telephone instal er', who 'won a medal for hi rescue ,of a. woman from burning apartment in Octobe told Detective Ins pec toj-s Fred .W! Whitemore ah Al Myers he had known Nor velie about five! months. JIE STOPPED by to chec on Norvelle at the request o a relative in the San Fernan do" area. Neighbors said Norvel was recovering from a recen automobile accident in whic he -suffered a severe bac injury. They said. he had returnet home Tuesday from the Whit (Continued Page A-3, Col. 5 Algerians Kidnap, Kill 2 Women, Girl ALGIERS bodie of two European farm wome and a little girl, kidnaped b Algerian were foun today near their farm. The kidnaping occurred. a region in -western 'Alger where' the' French have bei reporting important milita successes against: the n tionalist rebels.- kmbassarJor Mikhail Burned to Death in Georgia CALHOUN, Ga. Six >ersbns, including four, chil- Ire'n whose.mother is serious y ill, burned to death near lere today when fire de stroyed the frame house .in which they were sleeping. Two' little girls escape efore the difficulties at- ached to agreement on-a test Khrushchev wrote. "We must. muster. strength of will and show an apprecia- ion of the need "to conclude an agreement providing for the stopping of all tests of nuclear the at- mosphere, underground, under water and at great the letter said. The Soviet premier said his 'overnment considers that 'the stopping only of nuclear explosions made at heights of up to 50 kilometers (30 as suggested by the President of the U.S.A., will not solve the problem. The objective of preventing the manufacturing of new and might to be improved." ONE PROVISO that was stricken 'in' the substitute would have authorized the Labor Department to seek federal court injunctions against violation of the rights of union members. This' sec- tion had disturbed some'of the southerners. The substitute also con- PalroimSri SEIZJllT on John Gregory Feller, Cen- trial Park Friday night after FeJler was seized carrying a horne'made bomb only 200 feet from where. Cuban Prime Minister Fidel Castro was address- ing a crowd of -Feller told police he intended to set off the bomb "for Wirephoto) more destructive types of weapons would not be achieved in that case." Weather- Considerable ness through Chance of a sprinkles. cloudi- Sunday. few brief Russ Deny Persistent Reports Vacationing Khrushchev Is III tained a provision guaranlee- ng free speech and assembly for'unionists, subject only to 'reasonable" union rules to maintain discipline over mem- Ders. The compromise in this sec- tion drew protests from Sens. Barry Goidwater (R-Ariz) and Frank. J. Lausche who contended that it would mean a limitation on the free- dom of speech. THE KUCHEL amendment was introduced Friday night It threw the Senate into angry parliamentary tangle that forced an adjournment until today for a 12-hour "cooling off" period. At the opening of today's session, Vice President Rich ard M. Nixon reaffirmed a ruling Friday nigh.t by Sen. A. S. Mike Morironey (D- then acting as presid- ing officer, that the Kuchel (Continued Page A-3, Col. 8) Tibet Rebels Burn Down Lhasa Bank TOKYO (UPI) Tibetan freedom fighters burned down the Bank of China in Lhasa in a new clash with Commu nist Chinese troops, it was re- Blaze Hits SUSPECT NABBED Struck Ky. Coal Plant n Attack on White Mom Prisoner Beaten, Dragged Off by. Hooded 'Lynchers' MOSCOW (UPI) Soviet (The latest appeared in the] London Daily Express and the sources today denied per- sistent reports that Premier Frankfurt Abendpost today.) Nikita S. Khrushchev is'ill. The .sources said he is spending a regular dhe-month holiday on the Black Sea coast and is expected to re turn shortly to Moscow. Khrushchev's .absence from the Soviet capital has spurred reports in some western news papers that he has been or- dered to cut down on his eat ing and drinking and is, ir fact, a sick man. DIPLOMATIC sources were of the opinion that the Soviet premier would return early next week.and to re- ceive British Field Marshal Viscount Montgomery. Montgomery is due to ar- May Day parade in Red Square. early in March Khrushchev told visiting foreign digni- :aries'he would take his an nlial vacation during April. He presumably took the vacation earlier than usual Because he expects to be busy all- summer with travels in Scandinavia and possibly a ported today. Travelers reaching New Delhi, India, said the re- newed violence in the capi- :al of the mountainous state occurred recently. They could not give an exact date. They said the clash result- ed in huge property damage HAZARD, Ky. swept the buildings of the luge.Ashlo Coal Co. today in the latest outbreak of-violence of a mining'strike that has forced National Guard protec- tion of eastern Kentucky's coal :fields. Hazard Police Chief R. D. Cisco said the fire at the Ash- lo mine and plant in nearby Combs, Ky., had got out of' hand before, fire-fighting equipment arrived. He said the fire was set at the mine ipple when mine guards changed shifts at 6. a.m., spread to the washing .plant and threatened the company offices.. THE ASHLO. firm, was the site of. Friday's mass picket- ng which'prompted Gov. A.B. Chandler to send the militia into the coal fields. The tipple roof was blown off by dynamite last week and Lwo more blasts were set off on an access road to the mine Friday night. The big six-wheeled Na tional Guard trucks loaded with men in-green battle fatigues rumbled into Hazard and Whitesburg before dawn this morning. NONE OF the troops were to be deployed up and down the coal valleys or arounc the tipples until a staff meet- ng of commanding officers this afternoon. N.Y. Police Relieved as Castro Departs Prime .Minister Fidel Castro, still seemingly unperturbed over threats against his life, left for Boston by train the vast re- lief of the jittery New York Police Department. 102 Unhurt as Planes' Tires Blow GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. W) hundred and two pas- sengers-had brief frights as heir two- Capital airliners anded Friday night at Grand Raipds. came down on a blown tire; the other blew its four main tires in anding. The plane that landed safe- ly on four of its five tires car ried 54 passengers. The one that blew out all-four main tires carried 48. No one was hurt in either West. His month at the resorts of Sochi and Yalta is not all va- rive April.28 and review the cation. It is understood that Khrushchev does his daily routine of running party and It wa.i; understood that state affairs from his Black Chandler also was gover- nor 22 years ago when the National Guard was called to down violence in a Har- an County coal field when violence erupted in a long coal strike. summit conference with the but they have had no word of Sea retreat. any casualties. Peiping Radio has insisted that communist Chinese troops have the situation in Lhasa completely under con- trol, although has admitted the revolt still goes -on in lother sections of Tibet. 4 Passenger Cars Derailed in S. Dakota HURON, S. D. Fou cars of the North' Western Railroad's passenger train the 400, derailed 15. mile, west of here early today. On y hired killers to assassinate report which appeared completely punctured by an nvestigation reaching into (Continued Page A-3, Col. 1) was damaged. Capt. Russell Irwin, flying a four-engined DC4 from De- troit to Chicago, found his gone when he touched down here. He hit emergency air brakes that snapped the 000-pound plane to a stop in 600 feet. The impact of the braking blew the two sets of giant tires on either side of the fuselage. The nose wheel tire held-as the big ship wobbled to a 'rough stop. Fifty-four passengers got down safely earlier as Capt. Lowell Huff brought in an- other DC4, this one headed from Chicago to Detroit, with one of. its under-wing tires flat. Both pilots are from Chi- cago. Each plane carried a crew of four. Time Change in Much of U.S. Tonight Ay United Press International Millions of clocks across he nation will be turned ahead tonight and Americans will lose an hour of sleep to daylight saving-time. The change-over comes at 2 a.m. local time Sunday morning in all or part'.of 24 states. But, as usual, the setting of clocks an hour ahead is bring- ing cofusibn to a few states. In Minnesota, Illinois and Pennsylvania, for. mstancej most larger cities will 'gb.to fast time, but smaller towns have voted to stay with standard time. Trumans Off to N. Y., Will Visit Margaret INDEPENDENCE, Mo. Former President Harry S. Truman and "Mrs. Truman left by train today for New York where he and his family will observe his 75th' birth- day May 8. They will visit their daugh- ter, Margaret, ,and her hus Daniel, and their grandson, WHERE TO FIND IT A-4, 5, B-4 to'll. B-2. B-12.. Death j A-2. Shipping M.1' TV, B-ll   

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