Press Telegram, July 1, 1959

Press Telegram

July 01, 1959

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Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - July 1, 1959, Long Beach, California INFLATION TO BE MAIN 1960 ISSUE IKE SAYS Sees Budget talanced in Year Ahead President Predicts Start on Paying Off Federal'Debt HOME _ _fc vu V_______________ The Southland's Fituttl Evening Newspaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., WEDNESDAY, JULY 1, 1959 PAGES PRICE 10 CENTS TELEPHONE Vol. LXXII-No. 128 CLASSIFIED HB EDITION (Six Editions Daily) Siamese Twins Awaif iurgery SHE'S 20 YEARS OLD AND A MOTHER OF FIVE Mrs. Geraldine Walker holds new twins, Donald and Donna, R ler returnmg her Pittsburgh, Pa., home from the hospital Tuesday Arrival.of the wins boosted her brood to five-ami Mrs. Walker is only 20 years old Gall eied around are'Husband, Joseph, 25, and their three other c uldren (from Kurt 1- Janet, 2; and Karen, 3. See story on Page Wirephoto.) Strike Rash Breaks Out Across U. S. Newton Indicted With Adkins in Estates Looting WASHINGTON dent Eisenhower said today the matter of inflation 'will one of the .main issues of the 1960 presidential cam- paign. The President also lold a news conference that he not only looks for a balanced budget in the new fiscal year starting expects a start on paying off the 286 million-dollar nalional debt. And, he said, he believes the Democratic controlled Congress also expects the ad ministration to start paying off the debt during the next 12 months. HE NOTED that Congress has just approved legislation which he signed Tuesday providing for a new perma- nent debt ceiling of 285 billion! dollars. The legislation also sets a ,tain but none cried out." When it came the mother's urn, the judge asked if she would prefer to have a man do it. She insisted on swing- ng the belt herself NEW YORK Former Teamster boss Dave Beck failed to show up today for pleading to charges that he accepted from two truck-firm executives while he was union chief. A fed- eral judge immediately issued a warrant for his arrest. When Beck's case was called In the court of Judge Gregory F. Noonan, neither the defendant nor his law- yer replied. Asst. U. S. Atty. Donald Shaw then told the court that the case had been de- layed from last week until ioday at the request of 'S See Yow'iw'me he worked for a -Berlin COD- ioday at. the requcs ntaybe on )l. Ulruct'on company. Beck's Seattle lawyer. Shaw suggested that no action be taken at the time, but that Beck and the law- yer be given another chance lo show up later in the day. If they did not appear then, he said, a warrant could be issued. However, Judge Noonan's face flushed and he snapped: "Oh, no. I think a war- rant should be issued right now. He is not going to play footsie with us. "I think if he does not have the sense to come in when notified he should be brought In here an army if necessary." L In Seattle, Beck's altor- ney expressed surprise and said, "This must be all a mistake." Charles S. Burdcll, who arranged the postponement of the case from June 24, said, "We understood and are still convinced that the plea was lo have been en- tered tomorrow, July 2, not today." "1 will either be in New York Federal Court tomor- row, or some member of a New York law firm will be represent Mr. Burdell said. Bfjck'was indicted June 17 with ihe two trucking-, company executives; who allegedly made the i 000 payment lo him years' ago. The truck-firm men are Roy Fruerfauf, president of Fruehaiif Trailer Co. of De- troit, and Burge Seymour, president of Associated Transport Inc., of New York. They are scheduled io plead Thursday. The indictment and gov- WHERE TO FIND IT Gov. Earl Long of Louisiana says he'll call special session of Legislature lo place curbs on committing of persons to mental hospitals. Pagft A-3. Beach B-l. Hal A-25. A-25. C-1J lo 18. C-8, 9. A-7. Death B-2. the Senate Foreign Relations Comittce. The Soviet leader didn't answer. Ambassador Mikhail Menshikov, who ac- companied him, told the "We will meet again and talk about all these things." Kczlov conferred earlier, wilh Secretary of State Chrislinn E. Herter. At the State Department he was ac- companied by Menshikov and three aides. Afterward, the Russians said Kozlov and Herter ex- changed views of their gov- ernments on questions dis- cussed at the Geneva con- ference. ernmcnt spokesmen did not make clear why the pay- ment was made. The companies also were named as ..defendants. If convicted, the individuals might receive sentences of one year Imprisonment and fines of The firms could get Cincs of A-24. B-3. Shipping C-8. C-l to 7. C-10. TMcs, TV, B-12. A-25. B-8, 9, 10. Your A-J. A Ike, Mamie Marking 43rd Anniversary WASHINGTON dent and Mrs. Eisenhower were married -13 years ago oday. They are marking the anni- versary with a reception for about 75 White House staff members at the mansion early this o.vening. There has been r.o an- nouncement of other plans, but the President and first lady are likely to have quiet dinner at the House with members of their family. ;

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