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   Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - June 12, 1959, Long Beach, California                             FRENCH VIEW French Foreign Minister Maurice Couvc de ivlur- ville grimaces during a news conference Thursday following strategy meeting of Western powers at U. S. delegation headquarters in GARDEN GROVE YACHTSMAN Ud BIG 4. SUMMIT PARLEY LINK RUSSIA ASSERTS Plane Fires on Luxurious Craft The luxury yacht of a wealthy Garden Grove man _______ ____ was strafed by a Nicaraguan fighter plane, boarded by Stennis (D-Miss) said McEl- U. S. Defense Plan Unveiled by McElroy Antimissile Missile Speedup Ordered in Secretary's Setup WASHINGTON fense Secretary Neil H. McEl- roy today unveiled a new air defense master plan calling for a cut- back in defenses against manned bombers but speed- ing development of anlimis sile missiles. McElroy outlined [lie new program for the Senate Armed Services Committee behind closed doors. Chair- man Richard B. Russell (D Ga) later gave newsmen an account of his testimony. Russell said that botb anti- aircraft missiles involved in the current Army-Air Force Army's Nike-Her cules and the Air Force Bo be cut back The Bomarc would take E somewhat bigger cutback, at least in the immediate future. Russell and Sen. John C. HOME Southland's Finest Euomng Newspaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1959 Vol. 112 42 PAGES PRICE 10 CENTS CLASSIFIED HE X-59D9 TELEPHONE HE 5-1161 EDITION !Six Editions Daily) HENRY C. COX Fired Upon navy officials and forced to submit to slcm-to-stern search, when i! was suspected the vessel was carrying arms to revolutionaries. Henry C, Cox, pioneer Orange County builder and former owner of the JavaLanes Bowling Alley in Long Beach, reported the incident in a let- ter received Thursday by his wife, Beverly. Cox said he WRS sailing off the West Coast of the revo- lution-torn country last week in his new yacht, Coral Sea. when the plane swooped down with machine guns blazing. The attack continued even after the yacht's engines were stopped and "the crew waved white flags. He did not indicate if anyone aboard the craft was injured, or what the damage was. After (he attack, Nicaraguan navy men boarded the craft, searched it, and then forced il to put into the port of Corinto, about 150 miles norlli of Managua. Cox said in his letter that the officials told him lie was suspected of running arms to Nicaraguan revolutionaries. After holding him at Corinto for .several hours, the officials ordered him to sail non-stop to Acapulco, Mexico, Cox said. Details of Cox' letter to his wife were revealed Thurs- day by his partner, Free Hcwelt, of Newport Beach He said Cox bought the 105-foot yacht recently in Florida. The crew which piloted the vessel through Panama Canal apparently left it there, and Cox had flown down to recruit another crew and bring the yacht to New- port. Hcwett said the craft was flying the U. S. Flag when the strafing occurred. Cox is expected to leave Acapulco Saturday. His wife, who flew down to join him, will accompany him hack. Cox resides at %3I Stan- ford Ave., Garden Grove. Woman Tells Police 2-Wk. 'Kidnaping' Mother of Two Has Accused Man, Couple Arrested GUYMON, Okla. An Ohio woman dashed into po- lice headquarters here about midnight and said she hac just escaped from a man who had kidnaped her in Albu querque, N. M. Police Chief R. L. Shephard said Mrs. Jeanette Bailey, 25 of Akron, Ohio, told him she had been hit in the stomacl and forced to accompany th. and another couple, from these cutbacks at I billion dollars over the Mrs. Bailey, mother of two next five years before (heselcnildl'en, hart been sought, weapons are eliminated from since a hastily scrawled note roy estimated savings result- ing the defense blueprint, in 19G5. appealing for help was found PERFECT RECORD Smiling Sheila V. McHardy, a senior at a LeRoy, N. Y., high school, complet- ed her )3th year of school Thursday without an absence or tardy mark. BUT THE Army's Nike Zeus antimissile missile N in a service station restroom M., Thurs-l day. MRS. HENRY C. COX Meeting Husband de- the SHEPARD SAID Mrs. Bai- ley related that she slipped out of a motel here to report the abduction. Police then ar- jbe speeded by spending 157 nillion dollars for research ncl development in the fiscal starting July The Nike-Zeus was ;cribed by Russell as 'hope tor the future" in de ending the nation against rested lhe man she sald kid" allistic missiles. naped her. The second couple Russell commented that the vas arrested in a separate jir defense plan "continues to nvolve a mix of the two mis- ile systems." He said he ;enerally approved of retaili- ng both the Nike-Hercules and the Bomarc but would icrsonally have preferred leeper cuts. As to whether he regarded he new plan as a "solution to the problem of duplication n missile programs, Russell said "No, 1 wouldn't say hat." "As 1 understand it, this program does not have the unanimous support of the Joint Chiefs of Russell said. He declined to elaborate. Town Mad Bomber Hunted in Boston Explosion 2 Schools See Soviet Insistence on Berlin Terms Gromyko Declares Chiefs Should Talk, Settlement or No By JOHN HIGHTOWER GENEVA For- eign Minister Andrei A. Gro- myko opened a drive in the Big Four conference today to break the Western-made link between the present meeting of foreign ministers and a late summit conference. Gromyko's attack could foreshadow a fina! refusal by the Soviet Union to yield on its West Berlin demands, even under heavy Western pressure. He told foreign ministers of the United States, Britain and France that their insist- ence on a link between the present conference and a summit parley is artificial and "altogether invalid." In effect, Gromyko argued that even though there was a failure here to ease the Berlin tension and make progress toward East-West agreement, there should be a summit meeting anyway. President Eisenhower has said he would not attend a heads-of-government meeting under such conditions, andai. the moment that is basic Western policy. Mild Quake Hits San Diego Area SAN DIEGO slight earthquake was recorded at a.m. today, seismologist Free Robinson reported. He saic a similar one was recorded at p.m. Thursday. PUPPY DIES BETWEEN WALLS WHERE TO FIND IT With spotlight on Louisi ana Gov. Earl Long, how the late Huey P. Long created a powerful family dynasty is related. See Page A-10. Beach B-l. Hal B-7. B-7. D-2 to 12. C-6, 7. A-9. Death B-2, B-6. B-3. Shipping D-2, C-l to 6. C-8. Tides, TV, D-l. Vital D-2. B-7. B-l, 5. Your A-2. Rescue Efforts Fail for Whimpering Dog A S HIN GT 0 N A tiny puppy apparent ly died today in a crevice between two building walls in downtown Washington. Plans lo try for a court or- der to break down its brick prison were abandoned. For eight hours Thursday rescue workers tried vainly to extricate the whimper- ing little animal from the narrow space m which it had somehow become wedged. Animal Rescue League officials said the owners of the two ware- house on one side and a two-story apartment on the permission to tear out brick to reac'n the puppy. When opera- tions were suspended Thursday night, league offi- cials were planning to go to court. But today W. B. Merrill, manager of the Washing- ton Animal Rescue League, said the puppy showed no signs of life, and the plan was given up. Now it is planned to pull out the body with a foon and pole. measures were tried while the little animal was still alive, but were abandoned for fear of crushing the puppy at nar- row points in the crevice. The space between the walls is from three lo five inches wide. The skinny puppy, six lo eight weeks old, squeezed his way into the opening and pushed forward 20 feet until he be- came stuck, midway be- tween the front of the buildings and the alley in the back. oom. The woman picked up in e motel with the two men dentified herself as Lois M. tripling, 32, Farmington, M. Farminglon police said oday the giri was out on a 500 bond after being charged gambling. FBI AGENTS were frying o establish the identities of he two men. The Ohio wom- n, Shepard said, told him she school board today announced injuredi seriously, in tlv the assignment of 11 Negroes been CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. PJ The Charlotlesville BOSTON today hunted a "mad bomb- er" in the wake of an explosion which shattered a rapid transit train station 30 feet above n busy Boston intersection Thursday. Thirty-seven persons were to two white schools in Sep- tember. The application of an- other Negro to a white school was rejected. The Negroes admitted to blast which investigators said was caused by a home- made bomb planted in a pub- lic coin locker. Squads of police rushed to me iicgiuuu duinmeu LU the white schools include nine lhe St. station of the nd her husband bad ieparated two weeks. The men were booked at he police station as Jesse  resident of Firestone, said 'Every effort is being made o get our employes back on he job as quickly as possi- Experts See Easy A-Test Ban Cheating WASHINGTON (UP1) A panel of scientific experts said today cheating would be easy under a nuclear test ban. It recommended further un- derground tests to find out THE UNION and Firestone agreed to basically the same pension program included in a settlement that ended a 55- day strike by B. F. more about it. The panel, headed by Dr. Lloyd Berkner, said new un- derground nuclear shots also are needed to resolve "uncer- oodrich Co. workers Tues- lainty" in distinguishing an day. atomic explosion from an On (he key issue of pen- earthquake, sions. Firestone employes will! Government officials said get a month for S. negotiators at Geneva year of service prior to lasdhave not specifically proposed January and S2.50 a month a resumption of underground for each year after that in talks on a possible Trainer estimated the aver- age l-ireslone employe "lost slightly more than S900 in wages for the 58 days of this strike, and the total loss in basic payroll was million dollars." about 17 Ike to Fly to Farm for Weekend Stay WA SUING TON President Eisenhower planned to fly to his Gettysburg, Pa., farm today to spend the weekend. Weather-- Low clouds late to- night and early Sunday. Mostly sunny Saturday with little change in tem- perature. Maximum tem- perature by noon tnday: 70. est ban. But they indicated the United States would be wili- ng lo conduct a joint under- ground test with Britain and Russia if the Soviets agree. 
                            

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