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   Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - June 27, 1959, Long Beach, California                             'VICTOR IS HERE' A very happy Mrs. Julie Doumani, 30, is shown in Oakland hospital bed Friday after-talking to hus- band miles away at Navy base near South Pole. Thanks to ham operator W. Lloyd Townsley, she told mate son George had been HEADQUARTERS IN MOTEL Long Running State Under Doctors' Care COVINGTON, La. Earl K. Long, out of mental hospitals for the first time in almost a month, ran Louisiana today from a motel, under the watchful eyes of three psychiatrists. Four Fliers Die as Two Crash SAN ANTONIO, Tex. sides of San Antonio within minutes Friday night. Air Force firemen who bat- tled through thick brush sent back word that three bodies had been recovered near the wreckage of an RB66 recon- naissance bomber which hit Long disappeared from his motel Friday night and a state trooper said he had left for his home in Winnfield, in the north central part of the state. But his official car later, turned up at the motel and a new shift of troopers who came on duty early today said relaxation and gone had returned to sleep. Bid To Avert IKE ASKS NEW STEEL PACT Union, Firms OK Move to Reopen Talks Time Running Out, USW Asserts in Note to Industry WASHINGTON 'resident Eisenhower called on steel labor and manage ment today to continue ne ;otiations, without a strike until they agree on a new :ontract. The President urged th :ourse of action in a letter o President David J. Mc- Donald of the United Steel- vorkers in reply to a letter eceived from McDonald two ays ago. -t EISENHOWER rejected a uggestion from McDonald hat he appoint a fact-findin card to report on facts in lie dispute, which threatens national steel strike when the current wage contract ex- lires at midnight Tuesday. Earlier today, McDonalc aid he is willing to resume vage negotiations with the idustry's four-man bargain- ng team in an effort to avert strike. McDonald made the an- ouncement after meeting be- ind closed doors for half n hour with the union's 33- The Southland's Fiiiett Evening Newspaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1959 20 PAGES PRICE 10 CENTS TELEPHONE HE 5-1 IBI Vol. LXXII-No. 125 CLASSIFIED HE 2-593S HOME EDITION (Six Editions Daily) ------1 CCU IU Today, however. Long roared Igotialions. away from Covington in an automobile toward his Winn- field home. It was presumed that the governor, took a psychiatrist with him, since two men in member executive board. In answer, a short time ater, the steel industry greed to resume contract ne- Wiui mm, since two men in on top of a steep, rocky hill addition to his chauffeur left about 20 miles northwest of here. A fourth man died in a T33 trainer from Luke Air Force Base in Arizona, which also with him. The psychiatrists made it plain that they will stand for no foolishness from Long and ordered seven or eight days of burned after crashing with only essential visi- mile north of Lavernia, for him. miles southeast of San An-i tonio. It was bound for Raiv dolph Air Force Base here. t i? AN OFFICIAL spokesman at Homestead Air Force Base near Miami, Fla., identified [he T33 pilot as 1st Ll. Royi B. Owings Jr. of the I9lh Bombardment Wing at Home- stead. Me said Owings was re- turning the trainer to Home stead from Oakland, Calif., when the crash occurred. The bomber cracked up about p.m. and [he about p.m. They went down at points approximately miles apart. A Randolph spokesman said the RBG6, also a-tran- sient craft, was preparing to set down at Kelly Air Force Base on San Antonio's south- west side. The bomber was based at Langley Air Force Base, Va. Names of the crewmen were withheld pending notifica- tion of next of kin. EVEN SO, Long was ex- IN A COMMUNICATION to McDonald the 12 major steel companies sajd: "We have been standing by, ready to meet with you at any time, and will continue to do so. "We neither propose nor accept specified condition un- der which we meet. We will await your call." Negotiations with Indus- fry's team were broken off by McDonald Friday when he refused to meet further with management's four-man team. pected (o take revenge on charging they were conduct- others he regarded as rp.innn- "a farcical others he regarded as respon- sible for putting away a man (Continued Page A-3, Col. 5) ing "a farcical filibuster." McDonald sent a letter by (Continued Page A-3, Col. 4) Bolivia Revolution Reportedly Quelled LA PAZ, Bolivia government claimed today that calm has been restored in the Bolivian oil center of Santa Cruz. Troop reinforcements were flown into the Andean mountain city to put down a rebellion that broke out Friday. 'YOU'RE DEAD' Patterson's Wife Weeps..... As Champ Lies Flat on Back AS THE WORLDS heavyweight champion Floyd Patterson (lower photo) lies on canvas at New York's Yankee Stadium Friday night, his wife (upper photos) cries miserably in her ringside seal Debacle came at hands of Ingemar Johansson in third round. Details on Sports Wirephotos) Record Vote in Hawaii Seen Today HONOLULU (UPI) Ha-, waii voters turned out ini bright sunshine today to givei _____j: _ i found in the birth re Wed Till Proof He's Alive BELGRADE, Yugoslavia you really Vebi Beciri, born on April ]J, asked the official of Ihe village of Kamen- jane. "Yes, I answered the young man. happy that A radio broadcast from Santa Cruz said army troops land police had the situation firmly under control and the alleged rebellion leaders had Fled the city. V i i, THE BROADCAST also, Trujillo and Plane Tragedy Laid Castro in to Storm's Violence MILAN, Italy armored car regiment and jhundreds of police today selaed off a three-mile HAVANA long scattered wreckage that may hold (he .secret behind bitter feud between Cubanjthe crash of a U. S. airliner in a furious summer ihun- derslorm. AN 68 aboarc, were an expected resounding ap- proval to newly won state- hood and nominate congres- sional and statewide candi- dates. A record vote was expect- ed. Election officials predict- ed that up to 85 per cent of the registered voters would show'up al the 186 precincts scattered around the islands. f. z TODAY'S VOTE is a com- bination plebiscite to signify that Hawaii accepts state- hood, one of (he requirements set by Congress, and a pri- mary election in preparation for the general election set for July 28. Voters will select party nominees for Congress, gov- ernor, lieutenant governor and the State Legislature. At slake in Washington are two Senate seats and one in the House of Representatives. in the birth register. "It's impossible. You can- not marry, because you are not alive. Here it is written that you died a month after you were was the answer. So the groom Vebi Beciri found out that he cannot marry as he planned. With- out a birth certificate no one can get married. i HIS FATHER went to the Crew Runs Fiery Ship on Beach Fog Delays U.S.-Canada Rites at Dam Queen and Nixon Help Dedicate Friendship Shaft CORNWALL, Ont. .A low-hanging fog forced a today in dedicating an jinternational friendship mon- junient on the site of the 650- jmillion-dollar St. Lawrence hydro-electric power dam. Queen Elizabeth, her nus- band Prince Philip, Vice Pres- ident Richard Nixon and New York Gov. Nelson Rockefeller gathered at the dam for the ceremony originally sched- uled to start at 11 a.m. However, the fog delayed the arrival of the royal yadit Britannia which moved up the St. Lawrence River at re- duced speed from its over- night mooring berth at Co- lean Landing in western Quebec. Nixon and Rockefeller waited most of the delay in Massena, N. Y., across- the from the ceremonial area. 4 ALSO TAKING part in the ceremony were Lewis Castle, chairman of the St. Lawrence Seaway Development Corp., Ontario Premier Leslie Frost, Robert Moses, chairman of the New York State Power Authority, Canadian Trans- port Minister George Hees and Ontario hydro commis- sion chairman James Duncan, The United States and Ca- nadian dignitaries joined the queen in unveiling a monu- ment erected on the interna- tional boundary line on the center of the Moses Saundcrs Dam between Massena and Cornwall. The ceremony was the sec- ond international event in two days on Queen Elizabeth's tour of Canada that started in Newfoundland 0 days ago. Friday President ;iscnhower and Queen Eliza- >eth jointly opened the St. Lawrence Seaway at St. Lam- bert, Quebec. and Gen. Rafael Trujillo, die- however, called on all mem- tator of the Dominican partment (state) command with Iheir arms, to receive in- Interior Minister Re- in a relations' between their two countries. The Castro government Witnesses said they sa'vcr Stiiniel beached on the Reds fmir'cn' THE MARBLE plaque the Queen unveiled in the center of (he Moses Saunders Dam jcarricd thc inscription "this stone bears witness to t h e LOWLSfOH. England common purpose of two na. 628-ton British wllose frontiers are thc two miles from 2 U. S. Planes i Aviation experts said it frontiers of friendship, whose ways are the ways of freedom was steered aground jmade the break Friday _ ------A the Dominican Re- VlOiaTPtl Guevara Arze indicated Fri-lpublic of trying [o suppress; daynight that rebels were in jits own people by bombing! TOKYO _ Communist" control of much of the citizens and .width, town section of Santa Cruz prisoners. Chma U. S. with rebel "vehicles" cruising avy palro1 also [r. more likely that the failing to make I.owes- with rebel "vehicles the streets. But Guevara said govern- ment forces controlled the air- ports and suburban areas sur- rounding the city, one of Bo- CASTRO TOOK pan in an its air space Friday, unsuccessful expedition Radio Peiping said against Trujillo in 1917 and is his sworn enemy. In his address Rockefeller said the United States' future jbound Trans World in an 18-mile daslris bound up with the British jwas shaken to pieces by llle North Sea. All (Commonwealth of Nations, violence of the storm. two crew were'He added the Queen's visit, Communist' People on thc ground laken off hy. !ifcboat and fire-jsymbolized thc unity of the heard the plane WCM action as States and the com- the air. There was ship llil lhc bcach- 'monwealth. possibility Ihc possibility of mc- Ichanical failure as the cause one of Italy's worst air disaster. plane "intruded into China's' Italian and American ex- territorial air TO COMMANDING govern-; for its part, the Trujillo other over Tung Island in the Salvalorc Pelrucci also ment operations at the scenejregime claims Cuba promoted Hsisha. SCnt by the government are Gen. J. Vargas Tapia, a recent invasion of the' July 4th Crackdown on Drivers Ordered commander-in-chief of the army; Gen. Javier Cerruto, ullllj, oavjci community to explain that commander of the air force; the twin brother of Vebi died several days after their birth and that by mistake the dead son was in the books kept alive. It did not work. Now Vebi must prove be- fore the district court that he is alive, and only when he is proved to be will-the and Lt. Col. P. Rios Ledesma, director general of police. Guevara said the govern- ment was attempting to avoid major bloodshed and that as of Friday there had been no widespread fighting. Friday, however, the rebels jwere said to have staged an r'armed attack" on federal po Dominican Republic. Trujillo's forces claimed to have wiped out the invaders. register be changed, the jlice barracks in Santa Cruz, Belgrade newspaper Polili ka reported. killing one policeman wounding two others. and WHERE TO FIND IT 5. B-4 to 11. B-2. B-12. Death B-3. Shipping B-3. A-6, 7, 8. A-2. Tides, TV, B-12. n OX NAPLES, Italy British liner Orion was ouar-l lantined todav hv nnr. (Contmued Page A-3, Col. 1) SACRAMENTO driving over thc July weekend will cost you your driver's license for at I UNTIL the investigation i.-' 'edsl s'x monlns- j finished not even the relatives! Slate motor vehicles director Robert McCarthy said Liner Qt Naples victims will be allowed, .toclav tlic license suspension will apply to anybody, includ- near the tangle of blackened) firsl offenders, arrested for drunk driving between _ all that remained' Jllly and Jlllv 6 ancl subsequently convicted. "A public highway is no place for a said McCarthy. HE SAID that 7 of tho 27 traffic fatilities in Califor- nia on thc Memorial Day weekend were "directly at-. Iribufable to driving while under the influence of The time for traffic slogans is past, McCarthy said. "IL is becoming more and more obvious that drastic action is Ihe only answer to our traffic accident problem. "We are going to get progressively tougher in our deal- ings drunk and reckless drivers." antined today hy Naples port .authorities after her captain [radioed that a case of small- had been reported. aboard. The ship was en route to London from! Australia. Weather- Low clouds late to- night and early Sundiiy, Officials of thc Italian! bllt clear and Health -Service boarded the, sunny. Little change in Orion to check the report.' temperature.   

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