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   Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - July 8, 1959, Long Beach, California                             UNION REJECTS IKE'S STEEL STRIKE APPEAL LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1959 Vol. 134 PRICE 10 GENTS 84 PAGES CLASSIFIED HE Z-W5. HOME EDITION (Six Editions Daily) Spurns New Extension oi Contract President Asks Court, State Fight Vowed n ROW FOLLOWS DETROIT PARLEY AIQNG --Fellow astronauts give Air Force. Captain Leroy Cooper a rocking in model o capsule chair 'during.a demonstration for newsmen..Second from right Navy Lt. Malcolm Carpenter-of Garden: Grove.. From left are Air Force 'Capt Virgil Grissom, Navy-'Lt. Shepard, Air Force Capl.Donald .'.Slayton, Marine Lt. Col. JrJhn .Glenn, LI; Carpenter-and Navy tt Cmdr, Wal- Schirra. Below, Lt. Carpenter looks out an. opening in modeler rocket ,'i.nbse cone that will take one of the astronauts into Wirepholo.) EfforHoPut in ELTON C, FAY LAN..GLEY R E S E A R C H CENTER, Va. The na lion's seven Mercury astro nauts, sampling what lie ahead for them, watched miniature space capsule glo white hot in thousands of d grecs of roaring heal loday. IL was parl of a-demonstr tion for visiting newsmen the man-in-spacc progra which the National. Aerona tics and Space Administr tion is pressing "with ulmo urgency" at its laboratori here. The capsule was a mod of those in which :the ast nauts are .to rjde into space orbit in-1961. The heating ef- fect of air friction is only one of Ihe problems being studied here; in an effort to assure Ihefr; safe return. That prob- lem apparently has been solved. tt 1 THE- ASTRONAUTS have this and similar space-flight experiments for weeks as they prepare Ihem- Moves to Chicago, Angry at Gov. Williams U. S. Moving NATO Planes From France PARIS. fighter-bomber wings of the U. S. Air Force will soon be "moved from French bases fields in Britain and Germany, the United Stales Recall Movement Against Reese Also Reported Opponents of the proposed Naples-type seawall on the ay side of the Alamilos Bay Peninsula said today they will fight the-measure before the .ate Lands Commission and with court action it neces sary. At the same time there were reports that a group of esidcnts of the 2nd Counci District were talking of a re call movement against Lewi Reese, Iheir councilman. Th ccall move is coupled with reported plRii to seek a pub ic referendum on the wall. .t .CITY COUNCIL voted 5 Tuesday to process an app cation for use of tidelands o funds through the Sta Lands Commission office construct the seawall from 55th PI. to 65lh PI. Remainder of the wall, to just east of 69th PI., would be built wilh local funds. Phil Poppler, one of the op- ponents of the wall, said "ex- penditures of public trust funds for the.'protection of private properly .will be vig- orously opposed at the Slate Lands Commission level and wilh injunclive litigation if eccssary. for' their first space excursions. They now know intimately Tall the problems degrees .of heat on outside skin of their ve hides as they come flashing announced today. U. S: ambassador to NATO W. Randolph Burgess mudei the decision known at a meet-! ing of the North Atlantic Council. The move had been gener hicl.es as they come flashing -expecled because Presi- back; into the earth's charleE' de 1 phe're, the devices intended to save, them if something goes wrdrtg, the: mighty compres- VG" force of gravity from accfeferation and deceleration. During this first full-scale demonstration and briefing for newsmen, officials also disclosed that: 1. Troubles encountered in recent tests of the final com- bat'version'of the Air Force's Alias Intercontinental Bal- listic Missile 'may delay NASA's "Mercury" manned Fire Starts Near Muir Redwoods MILL VALLEY for- est fire started today near the THE TRANSFER to Britishlfamed giant redwood trees of J K'lCAC Uf ill in Vfll VP. k.t_ 11 I not agree to storing U. S, atomic arms .on French soil. "INDIVIDUAL taxpayers have indicated willingness to undertake such litigation in the event the Alamilos Bay Community Interest Assn does Poppler said. The Alamilos Bay Commu nity Interest Assn. has op posed the seawall but plainly irked about Williams' statement to CHICAGO The Soviet Union's first deputy premier, Irked over' an experience with Michigan's governor, came toj Chicago today for a closcup look at U. S. steelmaking. Frol R. Ko7.lov.and his offi Special Aid Session Hinted by President fr WASHINGTON Eisenhower hiiuci Frol R. Kozlov .and hi. WA J Q[ c cial touring parly arrived lnc authority he wants for foreign- Talks Continue Until Agreement BULLETIN NEW YORK Iff) The Steehvorkcrs Union today reacted President Elsen- hower's renewed request for an indefinite extension of steel contracts beyond their scheduled expiration at midnight July 14. David i. McDonald, union president, said In a statement "we are confi- dent lhal the President docs nol Intend that we ncgotl- ate forever." "If there Is good faith on the companies' part we can conclude an agreement by a.m. July 15. "Every period of negotia- tions must have a terminal point. This Is the one that has been agreed upon by Ihe WASHINGTON dent Eisenhower today called on ivmnagcmcnl and workers in Ihe steel wage talks to act for Ihe good of the country and try hard Io avoid a strike, Elsenhower told a news conference llmt both sides should keep on negotiating ns lone as is necessary i for agreement on a now con- llracl, The Stcchvorkers Union jhns agreed io hold off on any strike unlil next Tuesday midnight, but union president David J. McDonald said Tucs- there would be no further extension of Ihe strike dead- line. EISENHOWER, in response Io a question, said he plans no government intervention. The President recalled thnt on June 27 he urged both sides to continue contract tnlks, without interruption of production, until a new con- tract had been negotiated. Thc union then agreed to extend its'July t strike dead- asked 200 fighter-bombers have been assigned alomic Monument. Uin missions in case of war. "The ove is to be started Immedi- ely and will be completed aefore thc end of the summer. (he flames among the American officials empha-arecs zed that the action was noj The grove, 'which attracts orl of retalialiori against satellite .program. The De dfscloscc last; week that its Atlas 1CB.V Icstijg'has been suspended while' trouble is 2eing cor rccl.ed. Re-entry heal tests using the Atlas booster, had been; scheduled for this sum (Gdntinued Page A-6, Col. 1) Special Sections Tell of Bargains Baft-gains galore will be fouhi in two special supple rench a, In the American view of the fire. French refusal to allow atomicl Ground crews cut a trail tockpiles had made il the blaze and con- ible for the planes Io n to about 100 acres. 1 heir mission from French seclions ed.itiOns. of today present officers and directors Williams to the he had a a tesl Thursday morning in Superior Judge Joseph Ray- craft's court on Ihe validily of their election. P PERSONS reportedly spon soring a recall of Reese, a u advocate of Ihe sca- Muir Woods National wM> could nol bc located im- mediately, but wall oppo- nents, angered at the Coun- cil vole, said the move was plnne from Dclroit where told newsmen thai Gov. G. Mennen Williams gave them Eisenhower was an incorrect account of a pri- his news com vale meeting of offi- men. on the act on Tuesday in voting Io cut lus Winiams told reportersUtual-assislancc reC1uesl by cials. going to use all of his per suasive powers in attempting to convince members of Con- gress they will be ignoring the security of the nation and line until July H. e b t EISENHOWER noted that he did not suggest simply a wo weeks exlension but con- tinuance of the talks unlil agreement 'was reached. and million dollars (he vital interests ol the free world if they reduce foreign The President said he is Thc big grove was not mediately endangered unless a wind should spring up and of visitors jally, was aboul two annu miles under way. Principal opposition to the proposed wall comes from Peninsula area rcsidenls who argue lhal it is a public beach and lhal it will be useless as a swimming area if the wall is buill. drag with Kozlovj during an hour's lalk Tuesday night. The Russian lold news men "the governor is not well acquainted with inlerna-i .ional politics and he is nollj loo 'correct in giving his ac- .unttothe.pressr WILLIAMS had appraised Kozlov as shrewd and tough BRUNSWICK, Ga. Today, the President said it is a pity Ihat all of us can'l proceed on Hie basic concept of what is good for the coun- not have a strike IN MANY instances, 'hower said, it is possible repeated that the union management should con- jgcl sufficient agrce- ilalcr if Congress fails oriE.-lmcn, is reached. funds grnm to provide enough to cnrry on Ihe pro- The Senate is working on- bill to authorize the THE PRESIDENT also Ideiill wilh these other mat- itcrs in his news conference: cx'i Kozlov as shrew an ou B. ceiling and said it will take a Yankee (ceL Wcre still protruding from appropriations. t him. e but in Ihe dark-i Senate defe a DJII LU I StUKtUrt 1 ipcndilurc of funds which to a question, Eisenhower ,_Hjs'lo be provided later. This bill'said hc bcijcves racial segrc- ;ln effect sets a ceiling is morally wrong when Irader to beat him. the jcl engine but in Ihe dark-i The Russian party was mclless and roar no one knew at Midway Airport and taken Midway Airport and taken aviation mctalsmiih Lcs-' by automobile to the Inland "lal avla steel mill in East Chicago, Her Landrum Jr. had been Ind., and to Ihe U. S. Steel sucked in. WHERE TO FIND IT Congressional leaders are and to ihe U. S. Steellsuckcd in. The measure tonight. Corp. plant in nearby Gary, Sparks from Ihe rear and, Scnalors rcjcctcd by a inH L in ilin ipmneralure ci xn a bv Fifty uniformed police- men were on duly at thc Air FIRE FIGHTERS included undccjdcd iAir Force volunteers from lhejlo ovmidc prcsiden: (Continued Page THE SHIFT to bases whereTadar atop nearby vclo of thc omnibus1 atomic stockpiles would close at hand therefore was he only logical military pro- cedure, officials said. Hhe French have refused to air. force to an c A-6, loi. Suggs, warming up the Navy Banshee jcl. something was Tamalpais. "The fire is not under con trol bui we have il prelly well said Harry Stein- 'jberg, Marin County fire dc- jhousing bill. Story on Page A-3. commit their air. force to anjpartment dispatcher, integrated NATO air defensei ,Thc is in c ;_ IT..-._.._. frvr nlonPCi _ _ IJownlown Long Beach A socjates are sponsoring th semiannual Dollar Day Thursday, Friday and Satu dax 'and (he attractive ba gain4 are in one of the spe- cial sections. Lskcwood Center's birth- day celebration the remainder of Uhe .week will be celc- by special sales at the stores there advertised in an other; special section. our favor in Europe, except for Thcrc was one it assigned to tactical bfilwecn Ihe fire support in Germany. Weather- Fot patches iwar Ihe and Muir Woods Naliona Monumcnl when we goi our fire lines around it." j ,re.. LOUIS BLOOM, assislan toniehl and County Iire chicf' SBld lOnigni ana miiunn hoard feel o early Thursday. Sunny Thursday and slightly warmer. Maximum tem- perature by noon today: 82. ihalf a million board feel o redwood limber, air cad logged, was dcslroyed. The (Ire Marled about a.m. in Frank's Valley at thc base of ML Tamalpais, Beach B-l. Hal A-23. Page A-23. D-2 to 8. Com Pages 7. C-8. Death B-2. A-22. B-3. Shipping D-l. C-l to I. Page TWes, TV, A-24. Vital D-l. A-23. H, 5. Your A-J. New Father Has Use for Tax Jackpot M. Jr., who hl3 In The Press-Telegram's list of federal Income- (ix refunds, he won't have troubk spending the ctf 12W8 E, became a new- father May Vf. Today't Hit of "ForROt- ten lax heirs to on Page A-M. wrong. Suggs turned off the jets iwo engines. Landrum, 19. came tumbling onl. KlIlS only three finger tips, his jlljr Lijiwv i noise suppression hclmel and, maybe, some hair. t j LANDRUM AND Suggs were preparing the jet for a flight for the combat informa- lion center school at thc Glynco Naval Air Station last midnighl. Landrum, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Landiiim, Fort Myers, Fla., apparently .vas caughi off balance and sucked backward inlo the jet. Officers attributed his sur- vival to the faci ihat ihe en- gines were at low segrc- r wrong when jrcign-aiu iii interferes with equal op- Today the Senate -m political and eco- an amendment to slash aninomjc jjeids. additional from -lt was (he first time since Ihe foreign-aid program as (ook off. e that the Presi- drove to complete action on nas expressed this .spe- jcjfic view on the issue. In bringing up the mailer, reporter asked whether aparl from (he legalistic as- President had any opinion on whether racial segregation is morally wrong. Eisenhower said he as- sumed the newsman was talk- ing about segregation under (Continued Page A-6, Col. 7) rise in the icmperalurc in-in( 5MO a proposal by Sen. Airman Jack Morse (D-Orc) to cul (Continued Page A-6. Col. 3) Excursion Boot COPENHAGEN An excursion boat loaded with about 50 tourists exploded to- ,day in a park lake at Hader- slcv, South Jutland. Police said 10 bodies have been re- covered and expressed fear thc dcalh toll increase. grounded the WB, explosion, but flames swept the craft and panicky passengers leaped screaming into the water. Several of those who jumped were children. Some J _ t____J Explosion Blasts New Orleans Cafe NEW ORLEANS W) A deafening explosion and (lash fire destroyed a suburban res- laurant today, injuring four persons and caused damage 000. were of these were feared I The explosion at thc Sirloin Room sent glass and debris across Ihe Airline Hwy, and roused guests at a nearby   

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