Press Telegram, June 9, 1959

Press Telegram

June 09, 1959

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Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - June 9, 1959, Long Beach, California COLLAPSE Parley Progress fails to in Berlin Row Sec. Herter, French Chief See Early Talks Breakdown GENEVA Rus- sia and (he Western powers failed again today lo make any progress toward an ac- cord on Berlin. An American spokesman said "it is any- body's guess how much long- er" the four-power confer- ence will continue. The Western foreign minis- ters were reported deeply concerned I hat the conference, now in its fifth week, may collapse in failure without an agreement either on Berlin or a summit meeting. Secretary of Slate Chris- tian A. Herter and French Foreign Minister Maurice Couve de Murville in particu- lar feared a breakdown. High ly placed authorities said Britain's Selwyti Lloyd was less concerned. Assistant S e c r e t a r y of State Andrew It. ficrding said "Ihe altitude of Ihe Western ministers is one of pessi- mism. He added that Herler has no plans yet for return- ing lo Washington. "WE CAiVIE HERE to ne- Herding said, "and we still expect lo negotiate. We expect some willingness from the other side. If this willingness is 'displayed, if there is prospect of success. Mr. Herter is willing lo stay on in hopes of reaching ani agreement." All three still hope that; Soviet Foreign Minister An drei A. Gromyko will gel in- structions from Moscow in few days enabling him to make last-minute conces- sions. But Herler particularly is now much less hopeful in this respect in view of state- DUNKED ELEPHANT FISHED FROM RIVER Quccnic, ;i small (IJOO-pouml) elephant is being t mined to water-ski, is hnisletl ashore by a cable and crane in Pittsburgh, Pa.. after site took a spill in the Monogahela River. Her trainer. Bill Green, lends a hand. Green was on the pontoon-like wafer skis with Queenie when she was dumped by the wake of a passing towboal. The trainer held the elephant's trunk above water until they were able to get to Wirepholo.) First Misss firing A-Sub Launched The Satilliland's Finest Evening Newspaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., TUESDAY, JUNE 9, 1959 Vol. 109 PRICE 10 CEN'TS CLASSIFIED HE '.J-59DD 54 1'AGLS HOME EDITION (Six Editions Daily) 'I'lCLKl'HOXK Htfj-llGL Eisenhower Calls Parley on Missiles Pentagon Top Men to White House on Interservice Row WASHINGTON dent Eisenhower summoned (he lop men in the Pentagon to a meeting today in an ef- fort to iron out interservice disputes over missiles. The White House said that other than the hare announce- ment of the meeting, it would have nothing to say hcforc or after the session on (he na- ture of the discussions. All presidential press sec- retary James C. Hageity would offer in explanation was that the conference "will deal with the air defense question of the United States." In reply to a question, Hag- crty said he couldn't say foi sure w nether Eisenhower would be receiving a report on the missile problem which Secretary of Defense Neil H McElroy has been preparing. McELROY and acting Sec- retary of State C. Douglas Dillon lopped the list of men PRESIDENTIAL TWEAK GKOTON. Com: i age unle: Amociiitnd Pre.ss correspondent Michael Gold.smilli u-ciil wiih n croup of 10 western newsmen OH in-loday with the launching Iw-o-dny trip Geneva lo East Germany at Ihc invi- inilhe first suhntarinc designed Irii'ioii oj Ine Cnninninisl government. Red otficuils said jlo fire the Polaris nuclear' "lc was, lo give western newsmen covering NIP Hip l-'oiir foreign Miiiii.stci.s' conference a better appre- ciation oj Ihc Etiat Gcrmnn posit ion nl the pnrlev. Here arc .some Goldsmith observed on lhc trin.'wrillcn his lelinn in Geneva.) or ments made hy Soviet Pro- U.S. Navy entered a new mier Nikita S. Khrushchev an interview published Hungary last weekend. j missile from underwater THE WESTERN' ministers'surface. are about ready to toughen: The atomic-powered. TvlUO- their conference tactics in'ton George s h i n g i o n dealing with Gromyko. As slipped smooKily down "i h c they returned to anolher V.T.-'S ai p.m. amid a secret session at Herter's roar from witnesses, villa in midaftcrnoon. they ilir oi- Jht! discussed the desirability of screaming whistles. cutting the session short if The launching of the arguments began to de- foot crafl hol GKiNL'VA drawin holding By MICHAEL GOLDSMITH (AP) The 7-year-old German girl's called to the While House meeting. In addition, all the chiefs of the armed services were] :summoned, as well as presi-l jdenlial advisers on science and defense. j Asked whether there was any world emergency or crisis which required the Hagcrly replied emphatically: "No sir. there is not." Eisenhower was questioned at a news conference last Wednesday about an inter- service dispute over the Army's Nike-Hercules missile and the Air Force Bomarc. He President Eisenhower reaches down to tweak the nose of 3-year-old Judith Ulinski at the White House Monday in an aside at the swearing-in of her grandfather, William 13. Franke, as secretary of the Wirephoto.) Man Held in Plot to Hire Killing MONTPELIER, Vt. 53-year-old Rahway, N. truck driver was jailed showed the hanging of a top-hatted capitalistlwas askecl whether the point after pleading innocent to! an atomic bomb. 'had beon where hejcharges of conspiring to have The Communist teacher in heavy on social services. velop exactly the same posi- arui in H Of a 'lie hospitals, schools lions that have been debated took otl lnc had to step in and make a de- cision as commander-in-chief.- lis wife killed so he could a. where famed five years ago the'on A s u b Nautilus i j with similar student products.'owned storpq k rhpan anH plunged into the Thames; e" ls CUcap and sion at that point. River and began the nuclear' rhr ccntral thomc ol The average workerlon to submarine age children of the pays less than one-tenth of 'model school ai Slalinsiadt.jhis wages for a three-room rcpetitiously for more week. The prospect of a break- apparently all sides slill hope to blamed by Western ministers on the Budapest interview. In this said that if the Geneva conference now fails to reach agreement agreements would be made al a summit conference, and if Ihc Western governments re- fused a summit because of a foreign ministers' failure, "then world opinion will see who is responsible for the col- lapse of the summit confer- ence." This was interpreted hy some of the highest surface launchi leaders here as a maneuver! platform for firing 1.200-mile- -vcai' pinned the little girl's are all the classroom wall alon jfree, or nearly so. Basic food in the state- jmarry anolher woman. EISENHOWER replied that! Rhein had the Florence. "firsl social-'apartmenl. All material -fear of ditions are there for comforts! jn ]n igcrs pil- above the average enjoyed byi A, m K E S I D K NT E I S E N East Ge' matl-V's HOWEK, in a message read isl ai ihe ceremonies, described lhc caPlla'lst warmongc. the Mihmaiiiie, named dfu-r m" "I1 m'clcar weapons to the nation's first chief o.SPC.'destroy the "socialist camp of utivc as "revolutionary- jpcace-ioving nations." "U is my prayerful S'alinsladl is the pride of 4 Killed by Ufdh the East German regime. Its con- he didn't think the matter of his wife, reached him for specific deci- as he appeared in Barre Mu- nicipal Court. After Ihe brief court ap- pearance Mrs. Rhein said: He went say that McElroy was making a complete, exhaus- study of the field, which should be missile com-' husband is innocent. My ....j... has always been At the moment. Eisenhower wonderful to (Continued Page A-l. Col. 5) said- u'as standing behind (the defense program he rec- lommended to Congress at the jbcginning oi Ihe year. BuljPeoplc up hcrc cal nuiiuwuv IIUCK !he added thai if the McElroy "P-" iron smelling combine on, "wuy istudy showed e said. illlc Oder-Neissc border with; MEXICAN! HAT, Utah some modificatio Runaway Truck my prayerful thai this ship will be aways ready but never President's messa The I from a George Washington is de-iwnsie in lhan a year.' signed to serve as an under .'Now it turns out more than and surface launchiii" a million tons of pig iron a hast Germanv's lllllc southern me." Rhcin interrupted her by saying: "You talk too much. this stuff of Passport t o China WASHINGTON U.S. Court of Appeals today upheld the right of the State Department to deny passports to Americans to travel to Red China and other areas it regards as potential trouble spots. The ruling was handed down in the case of newsman William Worthy Jr. Worthy visited Red China in 1956 and Hungary in 1957, and was denied renewal of his passport when he refused to jagrec to abide by restrictions against traveling to those countries aagin. He brought suit for the passport. The court's unanimous de- cision written by Chief Judge E. Barrett Pretlyman, isaid the secretary of state has !the authority to set aside jCommunist -controlled areas Discovers Wife Nof in Car, Is Hif BAKERSFIELD Oregon motorist was in a hospital today because left his night 'I am HE IS ACCUSED of offer- men died Mondayiquitc ready lo assist in mak- ing SI.000 to Burt French who when a rumbled runaway ore through this ing them. Utah mining Seize Man With by Khrushchev lo pin the blame on (Continued Page A-'f. Col. 1) begin lo! range the West s'lcs' Polaris nuclear m i s- growing industries. [town, slammed into a Million in Heroin and squashed a pickup truck.) HONOLULU former ives near tiie Rhein summer home in nearby Middlesex "to get my wife out of the way." Police said Rhein made the offer a week ago. French con- of on 99 ne Report Russ Still Demand TifE FOUNDRY'S 6.000 The victims were identified night club owner is under lacted police HER MAKERS, 'ive in "lc ncw stalc' as ore truck driver Less Polly .515.000 bond, charged with Rahway with Boat Division of the General'111''1' slate-owned and state- of Grand Canyon. Ariz., andipossessing three pounds of cers. Dynamics Corp.. said js.operated city of 2-1.000 Lcc Jr.. 2S, and Daniel'virtually pure heroin which- Rhein waived capable of unleashing mo.'e'1 'itams. Three- and both of Mexican Hat.'federal devastation al one lime are clean, 'origin and The third man in her 16 firing tubes lhan designed. "Ihe accent is unidentified. been caused by I ho toni ._ CASHED CHECK BRINGS SEARCH TO L. A. and went to Vermont offi-j extradition' agents say would and came here early today. the pickup have a resale value of more'lle was held in lieu of 'than four million dollars. Ibail. No trial date was set. GENEVA T h e West- rrn powers nvnnlri ined today that the Sovioi Union slill de- mands a built-in vero over any nuclear Ihc policing test ban. U. S. Ambassador .lamrs J. Wadsworlh and British Mini- ster of Stale David Ornisby- Gore raised this point at an hour and 45-minulc session fire power of iho Navy iic- iwcen ihe American Ruvoki- tion and World War II. The ceremonies lasic'i tfi" aboul -10 minutes from :iie playing of the National Ai.- discovered he'd wife behind. Fred Matt Stora. RS Portland, was driving busy U. S. Highway Saturday night when realized he hadn't seen his wife since she got to push tiieir stalled car and trailer. At that moment he swerved and his car was hit by a truck. He w.is seriously injured. Stora explained to at- tendants at a Bakersficld hospital that he hadn't seen Mrs. Stora since their car got stuck in the sand where they'd parked off the road to rest. He said he didn't know she had gotten out to push. California highway trolmen rescued his in which bidden to American are travel. for- and brought her husband's bedside hospital. pa- wi fc her the PRETTYMAN SAID the Worthy case in no wise re- sembles the cases in which the Supreme Court has sjid the State Department could not deny passport applica- tions. He wrote (hat in those leases the Supreme Court nil- was that the State 'menl could not refuse p-iss- jpons because of lhc beliefs .and associations of ths appli- cants. In the Worthy case, Pirnty- man said, no beliefs, associa- tions or personal characteris- tics are involved. them lo ihe traditional lening in which Mrs. Robert B. Anderson, the sponsoi. smartly cracked the cham- pagne bottle against ihe Mib- Imarinc's bow. She is Ihe wife of the Big Three nuclear lhc secretary of the fcrence jsury and former secretary of; The meeting failed to pro-1 Navyj______________j ducc any clear narrowing of Easl-Wcsl differences, a Western source said. The! three delegations agreed to' meet again Wednesday. The Soviet Union, in pro-j posing a limited number ofj inspections of suspicious dis-j lurbances. lias said that such' rhrcks would not be. suhjcctj "11lm temperature by to a veto. noon today: 71. peals to Missing Girl WHERE TO FIND IT Low clouds late to- night and early Wednes- day, mostly sunny Wednesday. Little change in t cm pcralurc. Maxi- If'S ANGK1.MS A imsicry wrilcr issued an cmoiion-packcd appeal loday fo- his missing daughter lo return home. Kenneth Millar came here from Sacramento Monday night after hearing his daughter, Linda. 19, cashed a check at a market last Friday. -She vanished nine days ago while visiting a casino at Lake Tahoe with two mar- ried men. who were questioned oy police and released. "I ciied v.iih joy and relief when I learned you-are Millar said in a .statement. "You're lhc person we love most. Did von ever doubt il? AFRAID; you must be afraid, or you'd have romn home long since. Believe me, there's nothing to be of." The a student al tin. Davis campus of.lhe.Univer- sity of California, is described <-.s in "an acutely disturbed slate." Dr. Daniel .1. .Sullivan o( Sacramento said she was his pntient four limes in Iwo weeks before she vanished. Millar said the girl may have snapped under the strain of studies. Stic has been haunlr-d with a feeling of guilt since it car she was driving hit and killed a Santa Bar- bara youth three years ago, he said. The family lives in Sanla The mother. Mar- garet, also is a mystery writer. Los Angeles police say Miss Millar cashed a check at a Hollywood market, using her student identi- fication card and driver's license as identification. The clerk snid she appeared dazed. .MILLAR'S I'I.EA continued: "We need your help. too. The IX'Si help you could give would be lo call me at ihc Knickerbocker Hotel, or call Maggie (the mother) al home. "Faith can move mountains, you know, hut mosi of Ihc mountains you may feel you have lo climb alone arc mole hills under a magnifying glass and you're not going to have to climb them alone. "I am 100 per cent for you and 1 wouldn't trade you for any other daughter in the world." Fire 2 Women Ihe Legislature Page A-6. today. Sce Beach B-I. Hal B-7. B-7. C-l to B-IO, II, A-10. Death B-2. B-6. B-3 Shipping A-10. C-l, 2, S. B-4. Tides, TV, C-10. B-7. B-8, 10. DES MOINKS Two women were burned to death today in a fire at the Strat- ford apartment building. The fire, to which 12 pieces of equipment were dis- patched, apparently started on the back porch of a third- floor apartment, firemen said. One woman's body was found at the rear of the third- floor apartment and Ihe other was in the hallway leading from Ihe aparlment. A Fire Departmenl official tentatively identified the wo- men as Bonnie Wolf, 58, antt her daughter, Loretta Jones, about 25. ;

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