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   Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - June 10, 1959, Long Beach, California                             COURT BACKS TEAMSTER CLEANUP Driver Drowns in Car Plunge HOME The Southland's Finest Evening Newspaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1959 Vol. 110 CLASSIFIED HE 2-5050 PRICE 10 CENTS 66 PAGES EDITION (Six Editions Daily) TELEPHONE HE 5-1161 by Tex Smlm CAR THAT PLUNGED into newly dredged Cerritos Channel early today is pulled toward shore, its image reflected on the brackish water. Skiu diver who attached cable is behind the auto. Allied Ministers Reject Russ Plan for West Berlin By JOHN H1GHTOWER GIINEVA Russian proposal to the West- ern powers for a one-year moratorium in the Berlin crisis was rejected in the foreign ministers conference today. J A I u-s- Secretary of State Report Aid, Adenauer in New Accord BONN, Germany Economics Minister Ludwigj Christian A. Herter told So- viet Foreign Minister Andrei' Gromyko thc United States "will never negotiate under deadlines, threats or duress." In a dramatic session jamid talk of a breakoff of ne- goliations Herter appealed to Gromyko to reconsider the proposal he made Tuesday. Gromyko offered to hold up for a year Russia's-threat to t_ jsqueeze the Allies out of trliard and Chancellor Bcrlin> provided tllcy.WRAPPED IN BLANKET, Robert E. Hauser, 27, of rad Adenauer settled work on Soviet-dic- quanel over the German! (ated terms for a German set- chancellorship tonight, Chris- tlement. (tan Democratic Party sources I MOSCOW RADIO broad- The report came from a'cast tlle Soviel Plan today- party caucus called to settle afler ll llad bccn revealed by. Ihe quarrel between the two.an American spokesman. Gro-; leaders. Party sources baid: mvko was quoted as saying in' Erhard has agreed to Moscow broadcast that! in office as economics min- llle Plan had been worked; isicr. 'out in coordination with (he Olhcr terms of the sur- Eas' Germans to promote thc prisingly swift reconciliation.success of the conference, were not immediately known.: Gromyko formally pre Angeles, who escaped drowning in accident that took life of a companion, tells story to sher- iff's deputies Robert Wright (left) and Leo Sten- seth, of Lakewood station. Judge Given Powers of Enforcement Expect Monitors to Go Ahead With Reform Proposals WASHINGTON The U. S. Court of Appeals toihy armed Federal District Court with powers to enforce its cleanup orders on President James R. Hoffa and other officers of the Teamsters Union. In a unanimous decision, the appellate court said Dis trict Judge F. Dickenson Letts was within his rights ii modifying a consent order which terminated litigation tc bar Hoffa from taking office Under the order, Hoffa was allowed to take office nut a thre'e-membcr board of moni- tors was set up to watch over the union's affairs and make recommendations for resior- ing democracy to the union. IN ITS OPINION today, the appellate court said the rec- ommendations of the moni- tors arc not self-enforcing, but that they may to Judge Letts for orders put'.ing them into effect. If Hoffa and the other teamster bosses fail to com-j ply with the appellate court said, the; monitors may report this fact to Judge Letts. "The court, after affording; a hearing to the jmay take any action neces-S sary the scope of its Judge Charles Fahy said in an opinion concurred in NOTHING SCARES A BOY THESE DAYS Dragons scared the knights of old but the modern boy is much more bold. This German youngster needed only an improvised leash to lead a giant liz- ard, known as (he Dragon of Komodo, on its first stroll at the Frankfurt Zoo. The tractable beast is a native of the islands of Indonesia. The lizards are named for one of the Wireplioto.) Mrs. Long Soys She Won't Run S. Acts Ike Urges Doctors in Sinkage to Fight Inflation LaWSUlt By FRANK CAREY t-wrrouff ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. (AP) President Eisen- Action to advance the U S 'nower 'ws called organized doctors to help write by Judges Henry W Ed- government's claims for sub-'3 prescription against inflation in the same gerton and Wilbur K. Miller.'sidencc damages to the they 8Uard thc physical health. j Beach Naval Shipyard and: 1 And one way- hc told thc JN ESSENCE, this meansjother federal installations A L J, Il08tn annual meeting of the thai Judge Letts may lakeithis area was initiated in YVniTQS American Medical Assn. punitive action through con- district court in Los An- Thursday nighl, is by charg- A 28-year-old truck Proceedings to force tnis mornjng. drowned when his carjcleanup in the union. Judge Harry C. I fid I plunged over an embank-] At Teamsters an order requjring jment into 16 feet of water of a spokesman said Hoffa present and former oil opera- newly dredged Cerritos Channel early today. A passenger, Robert Ed- ward Hauser, 27, of Los An- geles, was asleep in the back of the car and managed to had no immediate comment. There was no word as to tors in the Wilmington Oil; Field to file answers to thc whether the Teamsters litigation on or be- appeal the appellate court Aug 3 cision to the Supreme Court.! The U. S. Justice Depart- which ment that oj, .._ tion in I-'ield ofihas caused the earth-si in Assault ing reasonable fcees for medi- '.cal care. He made no accusa- Ilion that the doctors were at- 'rcady charging unreasonable rates, In a speech in which he hammered anew at what he TALLAHASSEE, Fla. W- anew al I termed the urgent need for The state moved today to balanced fcdcral budget, u ;r rrr rpcnni But it was assumed conference today Long, wife ofj Body of the driver, Jerryjthe litigaPtiolli expected to he sh had won his demand for a. first advancing it at ailing Devers, of ahead ful, blast now I "e sn Pydrti ana ,a Ne, vote of confidence to kill offjday's secret session. angrily denied today that removed from the Unecifirf I Hpi-tnr immnriialnltr ICBT bv Jack Vial. Of 3255 T-r-r-x.r :__I..J- OeCH Ad what he called thc "historical! Herter immediately re- had any intention of byA Jack PENDING ITEMS include q'uoted it is estimated the' he" that he was unfitted it is wholly rnor or g other counlvreUJe Procecdin8s aEainst'damage request could amount become chancellor. Adenauer1 able. He said he hoped County rescue squad lire Detroit Teamsters chief 2fK) miNinn Hniiar. I tt. IJl-L 111VI rivtt iitim_i i j i- on iu iii- i jupuu lilt. has bccn reported to have Soviet government would re-'p ottice. made the claim that Erliard WHS unfitted. consider and drop the whole Ihing. clear the way for the death'enhower said: penalty if lour white youths' "For those who will take convicted of the rape of the trouble to look, there is Negro coed. Their trial difficulty in seeing the re- i ftan in mid-morning. ilationship between fiscal re- Addressing the first groupjsponsibility and a successful. prospective jurors as almeaningful life for all in a She said she had no po-. litical ambitions "now or1 WAS ASLEEP and Jerry Mo 200 million dollars. group, State Ally. William D. What lhc conference should ever" as she waited to fly to llTKo firc-i tHinrr T Irnrtur INFORMANTS SAID that do, Herter said, is pick Tex., where Gov. thc unity of the party had ihe ncgotialions where they bccn restored and that Aden- were and continue to seek an aucr and Erhard had agreed interim settlement for Ber- (Bert) Brennan and Philadel-i phia union leader Ray Cohen.) BECAUSE OF A tidebndi Also pending is a request boundary dispute climate of freedom. Hopkins asked them at thc very outset: "I AM CONFIDENT that "Do you have any consci-you doctors, as community Long is in a psychiatric clinic. There have been reports; "1 don't remember how I' "Thp first T know cllv [nc o, i, .bers that Hoffa himself be fornja and nrnfi, as when I felt water pour- ,ria, rornia ana majoi oil prodi mem- the citv the Stale of scruples against in great urban centers iiiu MIC Oldlt. OI t was ing in." lhc Decembcr prjmary_as hcj ---1 Long might a candidate. (Continued Wins Stay of at a dead end of Studebaker Rd., about a quarter of a mile south of 7th St. MRS. LONG says she knew Witnesses said they saw for eight months that 1he South- lern California Edison plant a governor was reaching before tne acd. put under union trial. jn The original litigation which v iui -ift -T-U i j ICQ to iippoinimcni 01 tnc thp to work loficihcr in thc fu- tin. Hc said he would like to llla< Long fail to out of the car. The last monitors 1WM brou ht by lure. 'Continue the talks here as cover in time to qualify tor 'ilin8 saw itihe rcar group of rank-and-filc arc Some of thc 271 deputies Pa_ A R ihc December primary-as he; who contended the elec-ltnat' the nt the caucus remarked as they came out of thc closed meeting: "General peace has broken oul." Erhard and Adenauer met face to face for an hour and capital in the villages and farm (he Wilmington Fieldr" fpel lhal capital pun-weas of America, can do threatens to bog downT em 'S to Pronnote greatcr the convention ment in a proper understanding of Ihe impor- He received no reply, ap- lance ol this vital relation- irently indicating none ob- ship. "So 1 believe Ibat, as you us how better to pre- Mrs. Blanche Long writes Weather- Low clouds late to- night and early Thurs- day. Mostly sunny SignarTr'uc'krngh'co.'' T_h u r s da y with little Los Angeles. junction suit "against !hc two; ;scrve our own health, you Hauser said Devers was a WHERE TO FIND IT WASHINGTON the current issue of Life iCharles Evans Whittakcr that "it was just as Kidnaper of man at Picr-.lne Supreme Court today as day" point Landing kills himself a stay of execution, she said'he became ob- desert as California and Charles Starkweather. with the idea of run i D _ L J vada officers close in on hinVycar-old mass killer from Ne-'ning for a fourth -term V in chase. Story on Page A-3.-nraska. Ihegan driving himself un-: Gems Stolen jent operators in the field. arc affect do a great service to This nhasr nf tlir- any waY? Would it makei suit sought an injuncUon lhat isjCCominued Page A-6. Col. 6, shut down the field as a coloreti and the other is means of protecting the 170- vlctim and lhe defend- million-dollar shipyard a destruction from Ik I i I A but was taken off calendar! AGAIN THERE was no re- t j'Q I A March 10 when the defend- Under question- i change in temperature, ants satisfied the government iinS. however, several pros- CO that satisfactory progress !Pectlvc Jurors werc excused III los ANGELES A 33- Starkweather had egan driving been mercifully. Reach B-l. ischedulcd to die in thc Ne- Was so sick with worry Hal A-27. jbraska electric chair on Fri- over him that I called the day morning. family together and warned! mdl wu WUU1U navK lo in jewe ry from the wife of actor- ,mics-Pages B-12. 13. ,sel for Starkweather would do something or Earl would. Robert Montgomery sometime Tuesday. et u 9 MriVC himSC'f thC graVC'" The eems were in suitcase- Mrs- Elizabeth S. Mont- B-2. petition with the full said. dcleclivcs she nojiccd u was missi Tucs. A-27. C-6 to 12. B-12, 13. Crossword Death A-26. B-3. Shipping A-13. C-1 to 5. B-10. Tides, TV, A-28. A-27. B-4, S, 6. Your A-2. Whittaker hcm HOLLYWOOD Police said foday that jewel [was being made on a pro-ibccausc !hey had formed opin- 'gram (o halt the sinking on lne C3SC- means of water injection into! Jllry selection began motorcyclist putt- thc oil jCircuit Judge W. May Walker putted into town today S2 In taking the case off the defense a post-jhoiirs II minutes and dardar, thc federal govern- ponement. I miles after leaving New York ment reserved the right Thc defendants, rang-'.Cily. would have to thievei stolc i Court, asking a review of his! case. If a petition is filed, thc stay will remain in effect until the full court acts fi-i naily on it. 'Mountain Areas Closed ro Smoking LOS ANGELES Mont- missing Tues- day night, while she was dressing for dinner. The case was stolen from her apartment in fashion- able Bel Air, a suburb near West Los Angeles. Montgomery was in the east at the time. Detectives said thc burglars pried open a window areas within the opening onto a patio and slipped into the first-floor apart- Whittakcr acted a brief jcity of Los Angeles will be, ment. Nothing else in the room was taken. petition for a slay filed late closed to smoking and openj Mrs. Montgomery said she was in and out of the fires next Monday, the Fire apartment several times during the day without noticing Tuesday by two Washington Department said today. thai anything was missing. revive il on 45 days notice if !'nS in age from 16 to 23, the repressuring prog ram jlooked on gravely and at- 'tcntively as the preliminaries got undcr way. bogged down. San Diego Bus Pay Hike OKd; No Strike SAN DIEGO The threat of a Transit System' bus strike was lifted today when drivers voted to accept Nike Base Sentry Himself NEWHALL sol- dier slandjng watch at a Nikejweeks sleep." John Penton, Lorain, Ohio, motorcycle dealer, claimed a record. He wasn't sure about the old mark. Hc thinks it was about 76 hours, set 20 years ago. Is he returning home by cycle "Yes, after about, two missile site guarding Los An-! He made his trip virtually geles fired a number of He is married and a contract that provides for a wage increase of 10 centSjCaliber carbine bullets into hislthe father of three boys. an hour over a two-year pe-lcar and Ihcn shot himself fa-! Why did he do it? riod. tally Tuesday night. "Just for kicks."   

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