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Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - June 13, 1959, Long Beach, California TUESDAY CLOSE LOOMING FOR BIG 4 HOME Net Must The Southland's Finest Evening Newspaper LONG BLACH 12, CALIF., SATURDAY, JUNE 20 PAGES CLASSIFIED HE 1'KICE 10 CENTS Vol. 113 TELEPHONE HE 5-1161 EDITION [Six Editions Daily] State to Hike Bad-Driver Crackdown DMV Chief Names New Aid, Pledges All-Out Campaign SACRAMENTO tor Vehicle Department Di rector Robert McCarthy an nounced today the appoint ment of Tom Bright as dep uty director to replace John L. McLaughlin. Bright is secretary of Gov Edmund G. Brown's Standing Committee on Transportation and Highway Safety. McCarthy indicated (hai Hie department's "get tough' policy with habitual bar. drivers will get tougher. "I have chosen the strong cst man in sight to be my sec- ond in McCarthy said. "The people of Califor- nia have been amazed at our program of suspensions, but they haven't seen anything yet." McLaughfin resigned to re- sume his permanent civil- service position as chief of the DMV administrative divi- sion. BRIGHT SERVED as press secretary under former Gov. Goodwin J. Knight. Bright, reached at his home today, declined to comment on his part in the crackdown on errant drivers. "I'll just be backslopping he said. "He'll be calling the shots." The (a I ready rigid "get- tough" policy of McCarthy has resulted in more than, drivers losing their li- censes in the past days. BRIGHT SAID about licenses were revoked or sus- pended in May and driv- ers lost their permits during die last 22 days of April. Under the department's new program, a motorist who is involved in an accident or who receives several GETS DIPLOMA WITHOUT BIT OF STUDY Although she has never gone to school, Debbie Lee Cochnm, sli ___ T_ I r _ _. eets sixth- O w -mi gins siAin- comerencc to recess for 10 .Kit diploma from Jack Harrington, Encinilas, Calif., school board member so the Russian delega- "it i __ o She was last in line of. I'13 sixth-graders at Central for her brother, Billy, 12, in hospital with Photo) SEE NEAR MISHAP Horse in Parade Rears Near 2 Children Sef Fire fo Parents Ease Stand, Allies Insist Block Laid to Russ Demand That Wesl Quit Berlin in Year GENEVA (UPI) Big Four foreign ministers con- ference probably will be sus- pended by Tuesday if Russia refuses to soften its Berlin lemands. high U. S. officials aid today. They said there would be jno point in continuing the talks at this time if Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko, after the'weekend break, does not withdraw Russia's demand that the Al- lies get out of Berlin within 12 months. Soviet delegation sources discounted western reports of a possible break in the con- ference. They classed them as allied pressure tactics de- signed to force concessions from the Russians. a Gromyko would reject any F1RKMEN ATTEMPT to control brush fire which flamed across 1 suggestion for a recess and a" force the West to trigger the collapse of the conference, if indeed it is doomed to failure. (In Washington, Senate For- eign Relations Committee Chairman J. William Ful- brighl (D-Ark) said il might be good for the Geneva conference to recess for 1C Dr. Allen Retires as UCLA Head LOS ANGELES uu i IIIUV- ing-violation" traffic tickets cetlor of UCLA for almost A cavalryman fought with his fright- ened horse today to keep it from charging into Queen Elizabeth during her official birthday celebration. The cheers of thousands of spectators froze into brother told loday one great gasp as the big black horse reared and llow Ihcy to turn their plunged toward the 10 yards away. Iparems into human torches tion could "get some inslruc lions" from I he Kremlin.) (In Rome, the Italian Com- n u n i t s party newspaper L'Unita said in a dispatch from Geneva that the confer- ence "may conclude in the first days of next week with, a reciprocal agreement not to' aggravate the international situation and to make pos- (Continued Page A-3, Col. 4) GOO acres Fri Helicopters dropped crews into inaccessible COMPANIES ISSUE DENIALS Mosk Accuses Utility Firms of Sinkage Laxity Gen. Stanley Mosk Friday lashed out at private oil op- erators, especially Union Pa- JACKSON, Mich. 15-year-old girl and her 13- ony yars away. parems nto uman The cavalryman, in glitter- because they felt they were- Ji ing silver breastplate and flowing plumed helmet, was too strictly disciplined. By HARRY FARRELL Soscial lo Prtsj.Telrara-n SACRAMENTO In a statement, Atty. Atty. Gen. Stanley Mosk's charges that private oil opera- tors are attempting to bar- gain for their cooperation in repressurization to halt Long Beach Harbor subsidence were promptly denied by three persons involved Friday cific Railroad and Southern evening California Edison Co., for! attorney general's "less than enthusiastic" re-'statement concerning Edison's pressurization efforts to in the anti-sub- Beach waterfront sub- sidcrice could hardly once nlore mistaken or mislead- said Harold Quinton, o siricuy disciplined. j He accused the railroad and Chairman of the board of Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Ha-; BERRIEN CENTER, Mich. tne utility firm, which California Edison' Fire Raging at is required to take a test to prove he can drive. Poor drivers lose their li censes. DRUMMER DROPS And Music Goes Down and Down BRADLEY, England 26 members of the Bradley and Deighton Prize Band blasted and thumped their way up the main street Friday. Then suddenly the Ihump was gone. The 25 other members, on investigation, found that bass drummer Ronnie Liversidge. unable to see ahead over his drum, had fallen into a manhole. j seven years, Dr. Raymond B. Allen resigned Friday without announcing any specific plans for his future. He gave no reason for the sudden resignation. "I intend to remain in education or government serv- he said. HIS TIME at UCLA, Dr., Allen said, "have been the happiest and, I believe, the most productive of my life.1 Previously, Dr. Alien had been president of the Univer sity of Washington and dean of medical schools at Colum 'wing pmmea Helmet, was Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Ha-' BhKRIEN CENTER, Mich. tne utility firm, which in the last row of the mount- ker of nearby Michigan Three children were Long Beach inner harbor oil1 Co. ed escort. Just behind was ter were both reported in by electric shock today property against which the the Queen, riding sidesaddle on a chestnut police horse. Dressed in close fitting scarlet jacket, blue sash and black tricorn hat, the Queen condition with burns they picked up a piece conai uon witn Burns suffered mey picnea up a pICce sta( h f t-UWARD C. RENWICK, Friday while they were asleep P'PO and touched an over- if, da'm' general counsel for Union an to bludeon the in bed. Detective Sgl. Joseph Terzei300 volts- of the state police fire mar- 'J ne or non ihead power line carrying an to bludgeon that Union 300 volts- Slate Lancls Commission asPacific i non Lancls Commission asjPacific, contrary to Mosk's children of a price for their cooperation; charges, has assumed a major NEWHALL (M A big force of fire-fighters expected to gain control today over a blaze that has burned acres of brush northeast of Newhall. But they faced the possibil- ity of rising winds in the aft- ernoon might whip the flames through (he extremely dry countryside. Two hundred fifty men, in- cluding Zuni Indians, are bat- tling the fire. The fire broke out Friday near Soledad Canyon and Agua Dulce Canyon roads, 15 miles from Newhall. Firemen turned back fames after they had ad- vanced to within a few yards of Jess Glouscr's home. ui inu siaie ponce lire mar- viuunii, cnnaren or" j" iui ineir cooperation jcnarges, nas assumed a majorl rode out of Buckingham Pal- Ishal's division said strawberry pickers, in the repressuring scheme." snarc of <he leadership in ace and into the wide, tree- 1 Baker and her brother, Bruce, were Arfila Garza, 16, and her t t t unitizing the area. lined mall. lined mall. ARniiT innnn lcr 8lasses of gasoline ovcrjracii1' M- .mr cned the cavalryman's horse. It shied and reared. admitted they poured two 15. and Ho Sheriff's unitizing MOSK'S STATEMENT was "Botl1 firms mentioned by' triggered by action of U. S iMosk are not holding back re- Atty. Laughlin Waters, in efforts but are Two L s settled. As the big twisted and the Queen, "WE HAD BEEN lne.about it for about a week. T it rraicio, m J Deputy Don Jewell said the federa] among the groups co- children were trying to catcher Oil suit for most Charles a 'Vickers, Long Beach Harbor1 rtc OS which had run into damages to the Long Beach of aluminum irripn- of aluminum irriga- black thought of beating them Naval Shipyard this week. iiiuugnL- ui uudung uiem community. norsc to death with hammers but! The tilted turned toward Wl. would hf, pipe in an effort to dislodge! lne grim The attorney general was Department manager, said. rn CO. u aroused by statements at- the (ributed that the and whole-heart- cdl )ia, Wayne and the Univer- sity of Illinois. He was direc- or of the U.S. Psychological Strategy Board after his term it Washington. Nixon, Family Arrive for 2 Southland Events LOS ANGELES Vice President Richard M. Nixon, his wife, Patricia, and ON SUNDAY, Nixon will will visit Disneyland for ex- n ma vt i it, r cui JUliI, rtllU daughters, Patricia, 13, and C'C1SCS marktng "ic opening Judy 11, arrived here by ncw facilities. On Monday today from Sap Francisco. Nixon sped from Interna- tional Airport to Whittier College in nearby Whittier from which he was graduated in 1934. The Vice President was scheduled to dedicate three buildings, speak to the graduates and attend a 25th reunion dinner of his class- mates. Nixon, who was graduated second highest in his class, is a trustee of the college and in 1954 was presented an honorary Doctor Degree. of Laws morning he visit his birthplace at nearby Yorba Linda. Residents of the com- munity planned a delayed birthday party for Nixon and have put a plaque at his birth- place. The vice president then will go to San Diego, where he will receive the first hon- orary degree to he bestowed by the University of San Diego. Nixon and his family will leave for Washington Mon- day night. cavalryman struggled to re- gain control. HELENA, Ark. members of a family were has killed when a Missouri Pacific i i ee i- uw a melt uic i PSss6ng6r train crashed intn thought that would be too to dislodge, cdly supported the automobile at a rani risky. the animal and it came in, (Continued Page A-3, Col. I) surization near hern 10 re' "So we firmllv Hprirtorl with the wire 25 feet istated. i The Queen just looked straight ahead. Not a roya eyelid blinked. The cavalryman finally quieted his mount, got back into line and the parade "So we finally decided toicon'act with the wire 25 feet irn ihrm tr. overhead. burn them to death while went on. The short-lived drama was the only incident to mar the annual ceremony, known a: "trooping the color." 8 Die in Canadian Wilds Plane Crash WINNIPEG A char- :eretJ plane crashed and turned Friday night in the )ush country of northwestern Ontario killing all eight per- sons aboard. The seven passengers in- cluded six Indians and a clerk of the Hudson's Bay Co. The Transair Ltd. Norse- man plunged shortly after tak- ng off from Big Trout Lake, WHERE TO FIND IT A-4, 5. B-4 to II. B-2. B-12. Death B-I. A-2. Shipping B-4. A-6, 7. B-3. Tides, TV, B-12. they were sleeping We wail-! fourth child, John Rayos.i I ;suffered severe TWO I WO (Continued Page A-3, Col. 3) i burns. in Uranium Swindle Case SAN ANTONIO, Tex. jTwo men surrendered Friday night to face charges in con- nection with a uranium deal! night and early Sunday, which may involve one mil-j bill mostly sunny Sun- linn ftr j _ day. Little change in temperature by noon to- lion dollars or more. John Milton Addison, 36, and Dan Nance, 32, ended a statewide search with their V' surrender. They were soon freed on bonds of jeach. i Addison and Nance had been sought since Wcdncs-: day, when a county grand jury reported two indictments' against each, charging them with stealing more than Homer Garrison Jr., wlioi iheads the Texas ;of Public Safety, said f r S'alC Gal- t The fact of Ld.son's full loway said the train dracoed" cooperation is well known inithe car 400 feet along the official c.rcles in Long Bcach.track after hitting it broadside and to all other parties Killed were Orange Jones 64, of West Helena; his 37- year-old wife Willie, and their five small children ranging in age from nine months to seven years. Two of the chil- dren were by previous mar- riages of the couple. The engineer of the two-car diesel train, J. Q. Hastings of McGehee, Ark., said Jones passed another car just before he drove onto the track. voived in the subsidence con lontinued Page A-3, Col. 1 Weather- Low clouds late to- Rescue Injured Hiker on Ledge YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK, Calif. _ Rescue as many as 400 persons may have been victimized by mou inTdgemo representation regarding itra-i hours OUCH Douglas Harr, 3, of Pittsburgh registers consider- able displeasure as he receives shot of polio vac- cine Friday from Dr. Floyd N'icklas. Holding him is his mother, Mrs. George Wirephoto) from investigators indicated 1? as manv as 4fm reached a critically mjured feet cutting into early climber who had lain on !0 Dist. ---j., r..... i IMRJT. His pi i-a-day hotel suite indi- iron peg driven into mountain cated Addison and Nance had walls for rope received money from pulled out of a rocky in IS states. face. John Sheppardson, one of four hiking companions on the trek up Ml. Conness, helped lower Goodrich 80 feet to the ledge, then ran 11 miles down a rugged winding trail to a ranger station. Rescue parties totaling 31 began the arduous trek which ended at a.m. in reaching Goodrich. Then began the even tougher job of helping carry the Susanville man down the mountainside. It may be late today before he arrives at Tuolumne Mead- ows, south of Mt. Conness.