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   Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - June 3, 1959, Long Beach, California                             AF FIRES E SATELLITE SHOULD RECOVER Long Angry, Not Violent-Doctors GOV. EARL K. LONG of Louisiana wiped sweat from his face in speech under hot television lights be- fore state legislature early this month. He now has been committed to mental photo.) Discoverer Roars Up at Vandenberg Hope to Recover Animals From Pacific Thursday By JAMES ALLEN Military Edilor VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE A Discov- erer rocket carrying four black space mice in its nose cone blazed out over the Pa- cific Missile Range today in the first attempt to place live creatures into orbit and then recover them. The two stage vehicle roared up from the launch pad at this Strategic Air Com- mand base near Lompoc at p.m., traveling almost due south toward a pole-to- pole orbit. The Air Force Ballistic Mis- sile Division, which is carry- ing out the Discoverer series of space shots, said it would be about two hours after launch before it would be known if the missile's second stage is in orbit. The experi- ment, if successful, would yield a mass of data which could be applied to later pro- grams, including man in space. Prospect Dim for Summit Parley -Ike WASHINGTON Presi- dent Eisenhower said today there has been no detectable GALVESTON, Tex. _ ,F 1-ar from being violent, Loui-jcording siana Gov. Earl Long is just "mad as hell" he's in a psy- chiatric clinic and should re- cover completely in two to to plan, goes ac the "life package" in which the tiny space pioneers would ride at m.p.h. would be eject- ed from the rocket's nose cone near Hawaii on the 17th jPtess ZVie Southland's Finest Evening Newspaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1959 Vol. No. 104 CLASSIFIED HE 2-5959 PRICE 10 CENTS 52 PAGES TELEPHONE HE5-HG1 HOME EDITION (Six Editions Daily) First Douglas Jet Mainliner Delivered three months, attending phy-'pass around the earth. This sicians said today. would occur about 26 hours Eisenhower called at This summation came ex- clusively to the Associated Press from the attending phy- sicians who would not be by name. 1 governor, is cooperative The progress at the Geneva talks justify a conference. I y enough, "is very clear in his a, thinking news conference for Russia to show some willingness to reach at least preliminary agreement at the foreign ministers sessions. The President suggested that the Soviet Union ought to make, for example, a clear commitment that Western not violent at All they're trying to do now, they said, is to promote his physical health shat- tered by Long's sleepless nights and driving determina- after launch. Air Force pilots flying eight- C119 transport planes fitted' with special trapeze like' Equipment, will attempt to snag the mouse capsule as it descends by parachute. they bobble the catch, of three Long Beach- Lllll.t LjUllli tJCdUll-l and based destroyers patrolling! the 50 by 200-mile recovery' tion. Anyone who knows rights in Berlin will not be impeded pending reunification of Germany. EISENHOWER SAID there, also are other good faith j h 'he the !ale well Sen. Huey P. Long knows there's the devil to pay when he can't have his way. t LONG, NOTED FOR tern- approaches which "the Soviet. most of his Union could take. political life, particularly He added that some recent }Vhen fi'in6 at Political :foes, broke down last week area northwest of Honolulu will try a sea recovery. The ships are the USS O'Brien, USS Walker and USS Ernest G. Small, units of De- stroyer Division 132. THE ROCKET is the third to be fired in the Discoverer series and the first to con- tain live biomedical speci- mens. If the shoot is success- ful, it would be the first time Q HUGE CROWD WATCHES AS DOUGLAS AIRCRAFT DELIVERS ITS FIRST DCS TO UNITED AIR LINES by John Ntaslt Nicaragua Rages Forces for Invasion All Night statements by Soviet Premier! ff3' Nikita Khrushchev have pace to Laika, into orbit in Sputnik The Russians put the dog, been calculated to ease East- West tensions. Eisenhower was asked at his-news conference to reply to-a charge by President John L. Lewis of the United Mine Workers that the President has moved to favor manage J --0 be governor for a fourth time. The governor was flown here from Louisiana last Sat- urday and his wife Tuesday II in 1957, but made no at- tempt to recover the animal. The first stage of Discov- erer III is a standard Douglas J 10 a oiaiiumu LJUMKkdS asked the court for his protec-jThor Intermediate range bat- tive custody in the clinic forjlistic missile, which supplies his own protection. Mrs.jthe initial boost. The entire! Long's application to ProbateJLockheed-built second stage ment in the steel wage ncgo- Judge Hugh Gibson designed to go into orbit tiations now going on. [her husband was sick men-! The second stage is 19.2 tally and physically. The judge feet long and 5 feet in di- EISENHOWER replied vig- signed the order. Ld carries a 440 MANAGUA, Nicaragua (AP) President Luis a living creature has been re- Somoza marshaled his forces today to meet three covered after orbiting the! schoonerloads of invaders reported en route from Cuba to Join in Latin America's latest vest-pocket revolt. Big 3 Press for Showdown GENEVA Western meeting otip0wers were reported to have Somoza ordered his am- bassador in Washington, Guil- lermo Sevilla-Sacasa, to ask _ the Organization of States for an investiga- TO I UCrllrl tion of the threat to his regime, one of Latin Amer- ica's last three dictatorships. in Ecuador GUAYAQUIL, Ecuador University students and other civilians battled with police here through the night. can orpusly completely he recalled that he had urged both sides in the steel dispute the u (nut-ici anu (-dines a 41U- hat this charge is At present, Long has nearly pound pay load, of which 245 :ly untrue. He said a year to go in his currentU.unds is communications to exercise discipline or country would be in a fix. The President said he doesn't want to see the wage- four-year term. His friend! and colleague, Lt. Gov. Loth- er Frazar, is acting governor equipment. bad jby virtue of Long's absence from the state. Long plans to get around E. Germans Said An pal pore. wtit: lejiuneu to nave President Camillo Ponce the OAS Council was expect- pressed {he Soviet Union hard decreed military law through- Turn Over L B. DCS to United Air Lines By HERB SHANNON The first DCS jet transport to enter commercial service was released to United Air Lines in ceremonies today at the Long Beach Douglas Aircraft plant. Donald W. Douglas Sr., chairman of the Douglas board, turned over the key and title to the five-million- Order finally was restored by the army at dawn today. Seven persons were re- ported killed and more plane to United Air a hundred injured duringiLlnes William A. eight hours of riots in Ecua- f.aufson uast dor's largest city and princi "c ed later today. The Foreign Ministry of- ficials of both companies and more than guests looked on. .............0.. "This is a most historic ;today for early East-West Ecuador "to save the re- occasion the first delivery to end the Bcrljn'public from anarchy a new generation of trans- price spiral continue and has urged management its prices down. to keep! (Continued Page A-4, Col. 5) WHERE TO FIND IT American Legion com- mander charges Communists capturing major base of op- among the management and erations Cuba only 90 big capitalistic classes form United States, compared with his interest in See story on Page A-2. As far as favoring manage- ment is concerned, the Presi- dent said he has very little interest in the relative few the working man. M BUT, THE PRESIDENT went on, the working men must be careful not to do things that will hurt them- selves. It was Eisenhower's first (Continued Page A-5, Col. 1) Weather Low clouds late to- night and early Thurs- day, but mostly sunny Thursday. Little change in temperature. Berliner Zeitung said today 100 East Germans have died recently from dysentery caused by food imported from Red China. West Berlin health ties said they have learned! that to cases of! dysentery have been reported in East Germany. Beach B-l. Hal A-25. A-25. C-Sfnll. B-IO, II. B-14. Death B-2 A-24. B-3. Shipping C-4. C-I, 2, 3, 4. B-l2. Tides, TV, C-I2. Vital C-t. A-25. B-4, 5. Your A-2. Tuesday night it had learned that three schooners carrying, The Bj Four ;n revohitionanes and arms for 2y hours f out from Cuba for forei ministers of ,he Tre States, Britain and by fromi France decided the time had over the f showdown rorriTncint communist aggres- Killed by Bad Food uy a BERLIN claimed jn the ncgotiations- 'it had that bunch on the run.; h Underlying causes of the outbreak were not clear. THE RIOTERS were pro- the death of two Cuban Prime Minister Fidelj Castro, asked in Havana about! BUT THERE was no indica- tion of any concessions on ports bearing the DC declared Douglas. "We think it is the finest of the line." The giant aircraft, embla- zoned with the United insig- nia, was revealed when dents in a popular uprising and troop mutiny at Porto Viejo last week. Ponce has said that corn- the report of invasion from tlon of any concessions on I'once has said that com- his country, said he was Sldc toward a agitators are trying to busy to answer "baseless :ml ding In Wash-icreate unrest in Ecuador and sss charges." Once a fiery Eiscnhoweriprov.de a vrolcnt backg roun d manager of the local Douglas division, pressed a button to roll back the hangar doors. Farm Fund Bill Passed by Senate WASHINGTON The Senate passed today a bill supplying more than bil- lion dollars to finance gov- ernment farm programs for the 12 months beginning July 1. The vote was 73-10. Passage came after Sen. John Stennis (D-Miss) aban- doned a fight to soften a 000 limit on price-support loans to any one farm or Icharges." Once a fiery advo-' uav-njjiuunu cate of aid to rebek a ncws conference earlierjfor an inter-American foreign a total ot airmes around there had been no detectable ministers conference schcd- h'WOr d rolled into Castro has been! ,progress here that would justi-.uled in the capital at Quito (Continued Page A-5, Col. 3) 'fy a summit conference. February. before the spectator stands and test pilot A. G. (Heimie) HID STOCKS. BONDS IN HIS GARBAGE PAIL Junk Collector, 86, Leaves farmer. The Senate bill now goes THE FIRST delivery of 140 to the and a Sen- planes now on order Dy'atc-House conference com- ,1 1-7 _____.imittee probably will be named to iron out differ- ences. The House had adopted a MILWAUKEE An 86-year-old recluse who prowled alleys at night to pick up junk and waste paper left an estate valued at more than one-half million dol- lars, the administrator of his estate reported Tuesday. Gilbert A. Kneuppel, the administrator, said that the estate of Albert Friedrich may even reach Nearly all of it was in blue-chip bonds hidden in a garbage pail in his three-room hovel, Kneuppel said. Friedrich, who died April 18, left no will. Closest of kin appears to be first cousins. A search is under way for heirs, which may extend to Germany. The recluse ordered stocks from his bankers and broker by notes written on an old typewriter in his liv- ing quarters, for which he paid a month, according to the administrator Kneuppel said Friedrich began buying on the stock market with an inheritance from his mother and father. The size of his parents' estate was not available. They ran a tavern here early in the century. A brother, Otto, died last July 4 at 83, leaving Albert sole heir to a estate. This will be added to the holdings found in the pail, Heimerdlnger descended with limitation the plane's log book, symbolic1 fnd Senate leaders apparent- of ownership. ly agreed to work out any Douglas presented the log dlfferences this horse- book to Patterson to com- plete the transfer of owner- ship. He revealed that the plane received provisional certification of airworthiness! from the Federal Aviation lost a Parliamentary ruling Agency last Friday, exactly effort to prevent any price on the schedule set up a year ago. Immediately after the pres- trading session rather than on the Senate floor. JUST BEFORE passage Sen. Paul H. Douglas (D-I1I) entation, ing the another DCS bear supports unless production controls are in operation. Douglas shouted .that Sec- retary' of Agriculture Ezra Benson was trying "to United insignia passed overhead and rocked its wings in salute to the (Continued Page A-4, Col. 1) wreck the farm program" by offering price supports on corn and other crops without controls.   

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