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   Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - May 26, 1959, Long Beach, California                             BIG 4 AGREE TO SECRET SESSION ft Ministers Flying to Dulles Funeral Rite LOST GIRL FOUND Her bandaged 1eet swollen from exposure, Nancy- 12, is carried into an Ellensburg, Wash., hospital by Deputy Sheriff, Leon Lawrence. The girl was lost overnight on; Red Top Mountain in Wirephoto) lerter Asks terlin Unity as First Step Closed-Door Meets to Begin Friday as Parley Resumes GENEVA secret lig Four talks on Germany cheduled to start Friday U.S. Secretary of. State Christian A. Herter urgec Russia today to negotiate Berlin settlement which would unite that divided city nder its own constitution lending German unification. Diplomatic informants saU lerter spoke at the. outset .o: oday's brief session of th ecause Soviet Foreign Mini ster Andrei Gromyko alread; lad taken off for Washington Earlier, Gromyko anc .loyd, who represented the West, agreed that on Friday when the conference resumes will go i n to private Fear Holiday Road Deaths WillHit260 .CHICAGO a'c- cidents during the Memorial Day weekend may cause 260 deaths and disabling injuries, the National Safety Council said today. council also estimated that more than 40 million au- tomobiles will be on the streets and roads. The holiday.period covered by the calculations-will begin at 6 p.m. (local Friday, May 29, and will end at mid- night Sunday, May 31. Me- morial Day itself is on Sat- urday. If the toll reaches 260, it will be a new record by a wide margin for a two-day observance of the Memorial Day holiday. The record is 241, set in 1953. DURING LAST y ear s three- day observance 371 motor ve- hicle fatalities were reported. But the council said the count can be held down if mo- torists use a "sure-fire for- mula for minimizing holiday traffic trouble." The for- mula: 1. 'Hold your speed to 64 or below on the open road anc obey posted speed limits.. 2. Put the time of your arrival at your destination last in importance, and your safe arrival first. 3. Stay away from the wheel if you've been drink- ing. Faubus Rebuffed as Three Racists Lose School Vote LITTLE ROCK, Ark. OrvalE. Faubu met a major defeat Monday Rock's Integra tion feud with the recall of three segregationists from WHERETO FIND IT Some boys want to grow up to be firemen, but John Foster Dulles' great ambition was to be secretary of state. See the second story in a series on Page A-5. Beach B-l. Hal B-7. B-7. D-2 to 7. 7. A-S. B-6. Death B-2. B-3. Shipping D-l. C-l to 4. C-5. Tides, TV, D-8. Vita! D-2. B-7. B-4, B. Your A-2. Betrothed Girl Killed on Birthday GARY, Ind; Leo- Dardo Sosa family waited and waited Monday night for daughter Genevieve to come lome with her new engage- ment ring so they could cele brate her 19th birthday. Finally, the Sosas and their eight other children went to bed, the birthday cake un touched. At 5 a.m. today, there was a knock'at the door. Outside was Genevieve's fiancee, Jaime Lopez, 23, bloody and hysterical. "Genevieve is he sobbed. tt MAXWELL ST. POLICE on Chicago's West Side pro- vided the details which Jaime was too distraught to tell about their trip to Chicago to buy- an engagement ring and celebrate Genevieve's birthday: A speeding car hit the Sosa family car at an intersection and went on without stopping The Sosa car was knocked into a store display window. Genevieve, who was driving, was pronounced dead on ar- rival at Illinois Research Hospital. Police said they later ar- rested Ernest Raguso, 21 Chicago, on a reckless homi- cide charge as driver of the other car. Jaime, a Chicago truckline employe, couldn't explain how he got back from Chi- cago. :he school board. Faubus had put him s el squarely behind the segrega tionists in the recall eiectio which sprung from an upris ng of a group of citizens ove the firing of. 44 teachers. All three of them were de !eated, including the board' president, Ed McKinley, Wh was ousted by a vote of. 13 347 to At the same time.the thre moderates, who said they pre "er some integration to n schools, won a vote of conf Deadlock Indicated in Steel Pact Talks NEW YORK OB dead lock on basic issues was indi cated in the -steel industry contract negotiations which resume today and then go in to recess until next Tuesday. dence seats. by retaining the IT IS NOW UP TO the Pu laski County Board ol Edu cation to fill the yacancie The board's five members, a political unknowns here, hav kept their own counsel as t their plans. Faubus twice went on tel vision in the closing days i the bitter campaign to plea for retention of the segre gationists. He called the con troversy over firing of th teachers a "smokescreen" fo integration. Today Robert W. Laste Little Rock traffic judge an the worst-beaten of the segn gationists said: "Well, it looks like the peo pie want integrated school doesn't THE OTHER two segrega (Continued on Pg. A-4, Col. I sessions. THE PRIVATE meetings are designed to permit more serious negotiation on Berlin nd possibly on a surnmii conference. Herter spelled out details o: :he Berlin proposal previously jresented to Russia as part o :he Western package for Ger man security and .'disarmament romyko has already rejectee [he Western plan. Herter .noted the connec tion between .the Berlin pro posal and the package but die lot stress it-Western official iiave said they recognize they may have to make an interim arrangement for Berlin out side the package. The U. S. secretary declared :hat Soviet action in 194 Droke up four-power contro of Berlin and divided the city This violated wartime am postwar Allied agreements, h said, but did not remove Rus sia's obligation to work wit! the United States, Britain am (Continued Page A-4, Col. 4 Mice-Rocket Shot Due If All Goes OK VANDENB'ERG AI FORCE BASE, Calif. Four mice may be blaste into a polar orbit today in capsule on a Discovere satellite. The Air Force has mad two unsuccessful attempts getting the rodents into orbi Bad weather scrubbed th launching last Thursday an technical difficulties pos poned it again Saturday. If the shot is successfu the capsule carrying the mic will be dropped back to eart after the satellite has mad 17 trips around the earth' poles. The Air Force plans t recover the capsule in the a near Hawaii. HOME The Finest Evening Newspaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., TUESDAY, MAY 26, 1959 Vol. 97 36 PAGES PRICE 10 CENTS CLASSIFIED HE 2-5959 FELEPHONE HE 5-1161 EDITION (Six Editions Daily) DULLES' CASKfT ENTERS CATHEDRAL Flag-draped casket of former Secretary of State John Foster Dulles is'carried into Bethlehem Chapel'at Washington National Cathedral today. The body will lie in state in the chapel 24 photo.) Quake Jolts 100-Mi. Area of Calif. HOLL1STER sharp but moderate earthquake was felt over a 100-mile area shortly before 9 a.m. today. Seismologists said it may have been two quakes hittirig different .areas at the same time. Residents of Sausalito, just north of San Francisco, re- ported two jolts, while a wide section of the Hollister area, 100 miles to the southeast, re- ported a sharp jolt. Dr. Carles F. Richter, seis- mologist of Cal Tech, said the Sausalito shocks appeared to be coincidental to the Holli- ster quake. NO ONE was injured. Canned goods were tum- bled from shelves of grocery stores in Hollister. The quake was also felt at the seacoast city of Santa Cruz, west of Hollister. Dr. Richter estimated the magnitude of the Hollister quake at 4J4 on the Richter scale. He timed the jolt, cen- tered 250 miles north of his instruments at Pasadena, at 9 a.m. Dulles Body Taken les' body will lie on public view for 24 hours, are plaques Weather- Low clouds tonight and early Wednesday, but sunny Wednesday afternoon. Little change in temperature. KRCA, Channel 4, will Televise John Foster Dulles' funeral from to 2 p. m. Wednesday. commemorating other higl personages who were buried from the cathedral, including another secretary of state Cordell Hull. DULLES' CASKET was placed in the center of the chapel between 10 marble col umns roped off with red vel- vet. Around the walls were flor- al wreaths. On the left side of the chapel was a small wreath of ivy from Prince- ton .University's Nassau Hall, with a trailing orange and (Continued Page A-4, Col. 6) A KISS, AND A TRAP IS SPRUNG Wife Reconciles Missing Man-fo Jail CHICAGO WM-It was just a little short drama at Midway Airport Monday night, a sort of a tell-and-kiss affair. A smartly dressed woman, wearing a brown suit and pink hat, stepped from a plane, walked up to a man and kissed him. It happens hundreds of times a day at the airport. But this was a pre-arranged kiss, with two detectives watch- ing. The man believed it was a reconciliation with his wife. But the wife and the detectives knew it wasn't. The de- tectives arrested the husband on a charge of embezzling from his wife nine months ago. Mrs. Muriel Burkhalther of Tucson, Ariz., had ar- ranged the details. She had alerted police that her hus- band, Rudolph, 52, would meet her at the airport. She told police how she would be dressed and gave them his description. She told police she-would kiss her husband and then they should arrest him. She had sworn out a warrant against Burkhalther in Tucson charging him with em- bezzlement. She said he took the last Aug. 15, six months after they had been married, and disappeared. Mrs. Burkhalther learned her husband was in Chicago after he wrote and asked for a reconciliation: She agreed to come here, and then went ahead with plans for his arrest. The detectives took Burkhalther to jail. He was held awaiting action by Tucson authorities. "I just wanted a reconciliation with he told the detectives, "and this is what I get." His wife arranged to take the next flight to Tucson. WASHINGTON Foster Dulles' body was brought to lie in state today in a quiet vaulted chapel of imposing Washington National Cathedral. Just at noon time, the sky gray above; a hearse carrying the flag-draped casket arrived at the chapel entrance where a small crowd had gathered. Six servicemen carried the casket through a above which are enscribed the Way to Peace." Mourning members of Dul- les' family followed the cas- ket into flower-decked BetK- lehem Chapel for a private few moments. In the chapel, where Dul- Five Dead in Collision at Malibu MALIBU Two cars collided with terrific force on the Pacific Coast Hwy. Mon- day night, killing five per- sons. Four of the dead were trapped in the burning wreck- age of their car. Another was killed when thrown from the other car. The Highway Patrol identi- fied the dead as: Aloysious G. Wysche, 63, Malibu; Joseph H. Horrell, 55, Kansas City, Kan; Ralph Miller, 65, Pacific Palisades; and Charles Jordan, 42, New York City, all in one car, and Mrs. Pam Messer, 25, Santa Monica.-Mrs. Messer's hus- band, Norman, 25, suffered a skull fracture. Highway Patrolmen said the car in which Messer and his wife were riding went out of control on a curve while traveling at an estimated 80 m.p.h. The impact drove the four men's car backward 42 feet from the point of impact. Man Kills Wife, Son, 35, and Self MONTEREY PARK (CNS) Monterey Park man shot his wife and'35- year-old son to death and then killed himself today in their home. Police said William T. Tie- man, 76, left a note in which be explained his act was due to ill health. The bodies of Tieman, his wife, Catherine, also 76, and their son, Thomas, were found about 8 a.m. The shootings occurred sometime after mid- night. 4 Ministers ing to U.I for Funeral By JOHN HIGHTOWER GENEVA W1 The Big Four foreign ministers sus- pended -their conference on Germany today and took off For Washington to pay their last respects to the memory of John Foster Dulles. A U. S. Air Force Constel- lation carrying Secretary of State. Christian A.' 'Herter, British Foreign wyn Lloyd and Foreign Min- ster Maurice Cquve de Mur- ville of France the sunlit sky here p.m. It is due in Washington at 9 a.m. Wednesday. Soviet Foreign Minister An- drei A. Gromyko led ttuTexb- dus from this, n early afternoon. He -was traveling by commercial'air- craft but will return to: Ge- neva with Herter and Lloyd Thursday night. Couve :de Murville will return alone. GROMYKO LANDED, "jn Britain for a five-hour stop- over, headed out of London airport in a fast motorcade vhich scattered spectators. One onlooker was knocked down by a motorcycle escort- ng the Russian and the police rider, was thrown to the road, Herter, Couve de and Lloyd went directly from :he palace to the airport. They nade no statements. Mrs. rlerter accompanied her hus- sand on his sad to he Dulles funeral. The plane is the Constella- tion used by Gen L a u r i s (Continued Page A-4, Col. 3) MAKES CHOICE Being Housewife, Mayor Too Much CULVER CITY ver City's first woman mayor has decided that politics and homemakimj don't mix. Mrs. Mary Louise Rich- ardson, mother of three, resigned Monday night. She said the mayor's du- ties were too pressing.   

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