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Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - May 12, 1959, Long Beach, California FELONS SURRENDER, FREE 2 GUARDS YOUNG CAMPAIGNERS VISIT MRS. NIXON Mrs. Richard Nixon greets two campaigners for the United Cerebral Palsy 1959 drive as they visit her at the Nixon home in Washington Monday. They are Marvin Fields Jr., 5, of Miami, Fla., and Paula Suter, 4, of Baltimore, Md, Blast Brings lilitia to Struck Mills RALEIGH, N. C. Luther. Hodges' today ordered National Guard -units into Henderson to maintain order at '..'the strike-torri Harriet- Henderson cotton mills. The order came after an emergency meeting with state law enforcement offi- cers and Henderson officials about fresh outbreaks of vio- lence at the mills' two plants WORKERS RAN into a fus'illade of rifje shots-and a barrage of rocks as they left the plants Monday night. A dynamite blast ripped open nursery build- ing at the North Henderson plant early this morning. No injuries .were reportec but the incidents promptec Henderson authorities to re quest National Guardsmen. Hodges issued a warning last week when he removec state highway patrolmen from the strike scene that further violence would result in the dispatch of guardsmen. HODGES SAID following the conference that "this complete disregard on the part of strikers and others to our appeal leaves us with no alternative but to send in th< National Guard." The blast at the North Hen derson plant was described by police as the worst in the strike, called last November by the Textile Workers Union of America. One side of the building was torn off and the foundation destroyed. -The building was used to housi pre-school-age children while their parents worked at the plant. JUVENILE DELINQUENCY Posse Finds 2 Air Crash Survivors INDIO A man and woman who survived the 'crash of their light plane on a rugged mountain slope were brought from the wreckage by a sheriff's posse Monda; night and hospitalized here. Guy W. Irwin was reportei in serious condition and hi wife, Ann, in fair condition. The Irwins are from Li Mesa. Their plane crashei Sunday on the south slope o Mount San Ja cinto near Palm Springs. Adults Exploiting Wayward Youths, ain Loudly (EDITOR'S delinquency is perhaps the most talked about, but least understood social prob- lem in States today. Six experts' from six dif- ferent fields have just spent nine months sorting through fact and fantasy to get at the heart of the matter. This is the first of three stories on their report. By G. K. HODENFIELD AtMdated EducaNM WrINr WASHINGTON adults are ex- ploiting the juvenile delinquent. Some are cashing in Inancially on youth's natural rebellion, all the while bemoaning its behavior. They are giving the adoles- cent new standards of tough- ness, then crying, "I told you when he tries to live up Tenn. Prison Quiet After 14-Hr. Siege Hostages Unhurt, Come Out Smiling From Long Ordeal By DON McLEOD FORT PILLOW PRISON FARM, Tenn. convicts surrendered to offi cers today after a 14-hou siege releasing unharmed lw ribery is stiffer than Mex- co's. Under terms of the U. S.- Vlexican extradition treaty, a jerson can be extradited only n cases for crimes in which he punishments are equal in countries. Bonelli lived in Mexico City after leaving, the United itates when indictments were >rought against him. He has >een in Lecumberri Prison lere while the U. S. State De- partment's, request was proc- essed through complex Mexi- can legal channels. HOSMGE IOOKS FOR FREEDOM J. S. Voss, 49, one of two guards held hostage by v rioting prisoners, looks but through an open por- tion of a barricade before being ENTER, EXIT STORMY A Girl, a Horse and a Smashed Dream By DAVE EMERY For most of her nine years; a brown-haired little girl named Nancy has yearned desperately for a horse. Not just any old horse, mind you, but a fine pranc- ng horse with a silken mane and a velvety nose that would nuzzle the little girl's hand in search of sugar stand only so much, Robert Helseth, 27, a guard at Con- solidated Western Steel Co., Sun- visit to a icraped together day and made a 'arm in Artesia. Ship Blows Up, 2 Officers Killed LAE, New Guinea 200-ton island ship Btisama blew up off Lae today, killing its Finnish first officer and Swedish engineer. Several na- tive crewmen also were be- lived to have perished. The cause of the explosion was not but the ves- sel was carrying gal- lons of aviation fuel umps. And since a father can and snorted, his tail flying grandly. Then, as he pranced down E. Imperial Hwy. near Volunteer St. in Nor walk, he stepped into a traffic lane. The car that killed him just couldn't stop in time. WHEN HE RETURNED to )is Whittier home, Nancy lad a horse. He was a sleek, 7-year-old ;elding named Stormy, and he was hardly sway-backed at all. He was, Nancy said, he most beautiful horse in the world. And this is where 'the story ihould a fairy (ale ending and child's dream But the sheriff's report at a blue-eyed come true. the Norwalk Station today smashed the dream. MONDAY NIGHT, Nancy left Stormy in the back yard, but forgot to the garage door. Stormy walked through the garage street. and down For six miles he cantered Russ Demand 2 Satellites Join Big 4 'GENEVA Soviet' Union today proposed imme- diate admission of Commu- nist Poland and Czechoslo- vakia at the foreign ministers, conference. The West refused and the formal session ended with the dispute still unset- tled. The argument over the two East European countries might tie up the conference in a long procedural wrangle which could delay work on Berlin and German problems. But one Western delegate said he did not believe the Russians would insist too long on expanding the con- ference. Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko spoke for the two Soviet satellites, saying they should be brought in to work on the German problems be- cause they had suffered more than other countries in World War II. U.S. Secretary of State Christian A. Herter, Selwyn Lloyd of Britain and Maurice Couve de Murville of France spoke out in succession against adding the nations to the. conference at this time. THEY URGED Gromyko to shelve the proposal for the time being, an American spokesman said, and to let the Big Four get on with a dis- cussion of German problems. Assistant Secretary of State Andrew Berding said "the meeting ended with the mat- ter still up in the air." Gromyko first proposed the admittance of Poland and Czechoslovakia before the opening of the conference's second session. Gromyko made the Polish- (Continued Page A-4, Col. 5) Assembly OKs Bill to Add 12 Judges SACRAMENTO' Assembly today passed unan- imously a bill by Assembly- man Allen Miller (D-San Fer- nando) to give Los Angeles County 12 new Superior Court judges. The measure, which would raise the number .of judges from 90 to 102, now goes to the Senate. First Lady to Visit Her Ailing Mother WASHINGTON Dwight D. Eisenhower is en route to Denver by train to the visit her ailing mother, Mrs. John S. Doud, who will be 81 Wednesday. WHERE TO FIND IT King Baudouin of Belgium addresses joint session of Congress, .says free world looks to United States for leadership in averting war. Story on Page A-3. Beach B-I. Hal A-ll. A-ll. to 11. B-fi, 7. C-6. Death B-2. A-16. B-3. Shipping C-t, C-l to 4. C-5. Tides, TV, C-12. A-ll. B-4, 5.
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