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   Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - July 10, 1959, Long Beach, California                             MERCURY BUILS NEW 1959 HIGH HOME The Southland's Finest Evening Newspaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., FRIDAY, JULY Vol. PRICE 10 CENTS TELEPHONE HE 5-im 44 PAGES CLASSIFIED HE 2-5959 EDITION (Six Editions Daily) RUSS SEEN WILLING New West Plan for 'Freeze' on Berlin Reported GENEVA (AP) The Western allies .are reporle working up a new proposal to put the Berlin disput on ice for several years and give the Soviet Union a temperature ixceeds Old 1 Early Weather Humid, Smoggy With No Relief in Sight The thermometer got an early start todny in its jump to a new high temperature record for the year, passing the old mark of 90 by 9 a.m. A thin layer of high clouds did little lo dull Ihe solar rays which pulled Ihe mer- cury up lo 87 at 8 a.m. By it had climbed to 9-1. Al 10, however, the faith- ful offshore breeze swept in summit conference in the fall. PRETTY MISS FROM BRAZIL Brazil, 19-year-old'Vera Ribiero, poses at :lNew York's Idlcwild Airport Thursday after ar- rival with her parents to compete in the Miss Uni- 'verse Beauty Pageant here starting next week. She iis a college student. For photo of another arrival ifor the contest, see Page Wirephoto.) Steel Pact Agreement Sajd Near NEW YORK of real horse-trading developed in steel.contract talks today. Negotiating activity picked up as lime grew closer to a threatened industry walkout at midnight Tuesday. The industry and union bargaining teams, which me only briefly Thursday, then recessed to re-examine their positions, repeated the same process today. The foreign ministers of the United Stales, Britain and France are expected to the proposal to Soviet COOL TREATMENT FOR HEAT-BEAT CUSTOMER knockuig thc temperature Jusl thc of nonnic Rusll, secretary and bookkeeper, M enough to cool perspiring customer Wayne Halleminn a bit today as he pre- sents a purchase order. While the thermometer hit 94, Miss Rush, who works for her father's seat cover shop at 205 E, Anaheim St., donned bathing suit and converted chunks of ice into a cool chair and photo.) Foreign Minister Andrei Gvo- myko soon after the Dig Four Conference resumes here Monday. London dispatch tonight stated lhat the Soviet Union was reported to have assurec Britain privately of its rcadi ness to freeze the Bcrlii crisis at least until early 1901 down 7 degrees to 87 witliinl minutes. By 11, it was 88. The lowest temperature re- corded in downtown Long Beach in the early hours of the day was an unusually high 70. WITH THE FIVE-DAY fore cast calling for from 5 to 10 degrees above' no immediate in sight from l.he' (Then, with all their occu- pation rights intact, thc West- ern allies could seek a longer- term the Kremlin on the disputed city's future. (On the1 basis of these con- fidential but clear indications, the government of Prime Minister Macmillan now seems full "of confidence that an East-West summit, confer- (Continued Page 10, Col. 6) normal, appears Find Body of Mother in Car Trunk INGLEWOOD Ml Police today hunlcd for R young EMBEDS TOOL IN SKULL summer's firs! big heat wave. The warmth was accom- panied by heavy smog in in- land parts of Ihe Los Angeles Basin. Thc humidity, too, wnsjmnn for about unusually heavy. ,lcau, Or a Fresno house Southland beaches arc ex-lwifc wilosc nearly nude t Son Fells Father in Hammer Duel WILMINGTON Sl-year-old' Los Angeles carpenter was critically injured Thursday afternoon by-his. son who embedded a hnmmer in the older man's skull, police said. Near death in Seaside Memorial Hospital is Douglas Tyler. The son, Edward Tyler, 25, also of Ihe Los Angeles residence, is being held on suspicion of assault to commit 2-YEAR 'OBSESSION' Recovers Dangling Body From Cliff GRINDELWALD, Switzerland had to go and get him down I could not stand the sight of it anymore For two years I had the vision of the body sus- pended on the wall before me. "Despite the snow and ice Afler a brief joint session this mqrning, the manage- ment and union representa- tives split up with this state- ment: "The parlies have been ex- changing data and have re- cessed temporarily to gather additional information ncedcc when conferences resume probably this afternoon." A further meeting some time today was definitely planned. THE STEEL industry has which cover the face in win- ter, I never failed to pick oul the exact' spot whenever I looke? at the mountain. Ev- !ery time my eyes js likely there will not be a ward the Eiger, 1 had thc ler-1 Big Steel Plays Host to Kozlov A smil- ing Frol R. Kozlov, Russia's first deputy premier, arrived in this industrial center to.- _ day. He said he believes his descent Thursday on a steel ,'cable to remove thc body ol will serve the cause ofich 300-Acre Ojai Blaze Controlled BY United PfMi Inlernnlional Mopping up operations were -in progress early today at the scene of a 300-acre fire near thc Ojai Valley Inn The of a scric that plagued Southern Cali fornia Thursday on' the hot test day of the placed a contract offer be- through heavy brush before it peeled to be jammed found In the trunk vcckend. In downtown Long Beach Thursday, the high recorded vas 85 degrees. The Humidity ntensified its effecls, how- ever. IN DOWNTOWN Los An eles, unaffected by the sea )reezc, the thermometer hit 03 just before noon today ind continued to rise. At mid- Tiorning, the Weather Bureau laslily revised its prediction1 of a high for L. A. Civic Cen- ter from 98 to 102. At Los Angeles Interna- tional Airport normally among the cooler spots in the heal exceeded an all-time July high by hitting 95 at 10 a.m. her car. An autopsy was to be per- formed today to determine the cause of the dealli of Mrs. Mary Jean PrcslridBC, 26, molher of two. Her body was found in the car parked on a street in suburban Inglewood Thurs- day. The car hnd been there it leas', two days. of POLICE SAID THE TWO MEN were working on a sub- contracting job in Bethlehem Shipyard on Terminal Island. The elder Tyler is a contracting carpenter and.lhc son works for him. The pair apparently got inlo a billsr argument after the fnlhor criticized his son's work, officers reported. The words led to n duel with hammers during which Douglas Tyler- wns struck twice on the head. Surgons at Seaside had (o operate to remove the ham- mer head from the elder Tyler's left temple where It was burled up to (he handle. THE BODY was clad only n a brassiere and black sweater. An undergnrmcnl was on thc front scat near a trace of blood. A pair of red Capri pants was in Ihe back of the car. Destroyer Collides With Merchant Ship NORFOLK, Va. destroyer Gearing and a merchant ship collided early todny off the entrance fore the steehvorkers and it rible vision of this abandoned body. It became A kind of ob- session with me. "As a guide and a Chris- tian, 1 had to do something. That is why I volunteered." THIS WAS Adolf Jaun's explanation of his perilous visit jStcfano Longhi, who died two better understanding" ago trying to scale thc hyeen the U.S. and. Russia. north face of Mt was whisked into Eiger. an -auto to be driven to Homestead .works of U. S. Lbnehi and another Italian Clalldio Corti jwent to thc Ejger on Aug nationwide steel strike next week, the Pittsburgh Sun-Tel- egraph reported today. Thc newspaper did not dis- close the source of :ls infor- mation on the current re- gaining talks in New York. It did not reveal details of the reported offer. was controlled late Thursday night. Ventura County fire units said the flames threat- ened the Ojai Valley Inn for a time but were diverted with out damage to any structures. A brush fire near Lake Hughes in the Antelope Valley area blackened about 50 acres before it was brought under control. Cily and county fireincn in line Linda Vista area of Pasa- The Sun-Telegraph said Ihcjdena quickly conlaincd a fire! industry's offer was given afler it llircalcncd several Thursday lo David J. Me-'homes above thc Rose Bowl. Ihej Another fire broke oul on Sunscl Plaza Dr. above Ihc Fisherman Finds Name on Tax List Fisherman Charles E. (Charlie) Ross hit It lucky when he spotted his namO on The Press-Telegram's lisl of persons due federal Income-lax refunds. Charlie, a bachelor who Mrs. PrcslridfiC was last seen in n Fresno bnr owned iy hre r grandfather, Walter Arthur, thc night of July 3, ,he was reported lo have been talking with a young man. I In Fresno Sheriff's Lt. Alj Collins idcnlificd the man as Robert Kilmer, 28' a'i 1 friend of the Preslridge family n m who hRd known Mrs. Prest- YY III III ridge since high school days. to Chesapeake Bay. Both vessels proceeded back to the Hampton Roads anchorage here under their own power. There were no injuries aboard cither vessel. Thc Gearing reportedly suf- fered a four-fool gnsh in her starboard side behind Ihe Red Boss Sees Nixon WASHINGTON Vice Donald, president of USW. The source ncwspppcr said its indicated McDonald went LU LiiuiLiiiici'Jiirtuji. Steel Corp. He'll wind up his 1957. and climbed Prwcnicd a count-rpro- r I ..w 0 clnnl steel companies famed Sunset Strip, burning about two acres and threat- ening a number of expensive homes before cily firemen ex- lives al 2138 W. 15th St. when not aboard his fish- boal, moved In 1954 anil forgot (o give the Internal Revenue Service his address. Today's llsf of "Forgotten said Mrs. Fortune1 tax heirs appears :djd not drink on Page A-8. Her husband, John, a I ruck driver, lold police he wcnl lo Ihe bar afler work but was lircd and look their two chil- that Sovicl Premier Nikild drcn. 7 and home. His Khrushchev "regards Mr. bow. Three were flooded. compartments THE MALDEN, bound for iz 5 35-a; ay to her bow on the port side, W. wife remained. PflESTRirXiE said he and ncw ihis wife had nol had any domestic (rouble. Thc grand Prcstridge Nixon as the next President of the United Slates." Harriman, recently re- (Continued Page 10, Col. 4) WHERE TO FIND IT Hyman R i ck o v e Adm. atomic powered electric pro- ducing installation at Ship- pingsporl, Pa. KOZLOV ARRIVED here after visiting Chicago where agrees rcluclantly lo nami he.'made a lasl stop visit lojretircd military officers who _ -iried to pressure him on dc- Chicago's International Trade< contracts and projccls.j Fair- Slory on page A-9. look at the trade fair was a last minute change of plans. Kozlov decided to fore- go .'a lour of International BARE ESSENTIALS OF PERMISSIBLE PEELING Stripper 'Coeds' See Own Stuff, as Done by Gray-Haired Officer Officers found in the Prcst- ridge car a receipt for gnso- jlinc purchased on credit in turned from a visit to Moscow and an interview with Khrushchev, dialled Nixon in the Vice President's Capitol office. On leaving, Harriman toldi but was nol lakirig O'rrwater. She is a Thc Gearing, commanded by Cmdr. John R. Hankey of Norfolk, was escorted back lo porl by the destroyer Man- also part of Destroyer Squadron 4 based here. The Gearing was due here al a. m. newsmen aboul his talk wilh JNixon and his report on Sclma, bclwcen Fresno andiKhrushcheVs commcnls. Los Angeles. U was signed told Premier Khrushchev; lhat I thoughl the nexl presi- dent would be a Harriman added wilh a I NIXON WtLL FLY to Mos- Has Harvester Co.'s big (raclor plant. .Wined and 'dined by cap- lains of capilal- ists w.hom Communism is dedicated lo the Kozlov parly was virtually ignored in Chicago by the general public, whom Com-! munisls would refer lo as "the masses." The Soviet Parly's experience had been mdch Ihe same onits previ- ous slops. Beach B-l. Hal Ml. B-ll. D-2 (o 12. C-6, 7. -B-5. Dealh B-2. B-IO. B-3. Shipping D-I. C-l to 5. B-4. TMes, TV, C-8. Vital JM. Wi I B-ll. B-8, 9, Your A-2. DETROIT Thirty- four exotic dancers galh- ercd at police headquarters Thursday for a post-grad- uale course on permissible stripping, The course, held al Ihe Dctroil Police Academy, at- Iracted such nightclub cr.lertainers as Blaze Fury, Rcddi (No No) Sloan and Scnorita Yum Yum. PRESIDING OVER thc course was Inspector Mel- ville Bullach, head of the Police Censor Bureau. Bul- lach inslructcd Ihfi Rirls how lo strip in Detroit and stay oul of jail. A majority of the city's striptease colony turned oul. Bullach warned Ihe showgirls lhal while sex can be displayed in Dc- Iroil night clubs "it can't be used lo incile a rlol." "I wanl to sec your feet the eray-na'red inscpctor said and gave a demonstration of bumps and grinds which he says are taboo in Detroit. Thc girls laughed 31 thc inspector's technique. "He was' said Miss Sloan. Others said Bul- lach's shakes were good but that he really didn't put himself inlo Ihe bumps and grinds. "It's loo bad other cilies don't have Ihe same Miss .Sloan said of Ihe course. "It separales the en- tertainer from Ihe so-called cnterlainer. "John Preslridgc" but officers jsaid thc signature was a forg- icry. Inglewood dctcclivcs tU.L. Schacfcr and John Tanncy went to Fresno lo assisl in he investigation from lhal end. "HE EXPLAINED it very Remove Scar Trio Gets in Holdup at N. Y. NEW YORK Three men pulled a hold daylight holdup of Masters Depart ment Store near Rockefeller Center today and escaped iWilh between J30.000 and well, got down lo the bare in cash and checks. essentials. We know where i Two of the men wore we- stand." 'black masks. The third, un Bullach explained the i masked, carried a gun.' Thc course was part of a cam- Uhrcn stopped two clerks who cow July 22 lo open a U. S. LONDON Duchess xhibil there and- visit- wilh of Windsor has had an optr- Sovici leaders. Harriman said .he. told Nixon lhat (his trip is "of ;rcat importance and his talks (Continued Page 10, Col. 3) paign to prevent the city from becoming a wide-open town. were carrying Thursday's re cciptj lo the store's cash room. Weather- Variable cloudiness through Saturday. Patchy fog I o n g the const early Saturday. Continued warm and humid, Maximum tem- perature by noon today: lion to remove a facial scar. "The. operation was highly iiccessful." Michael McAlis- er, private secretary to the duke, said today. "Everybody is pleased with he result and Ihe duchess is 'celing fine." The scar resulled from shipboard fall lasl May. duchess tripped over a siiilcase and fell McAlister "It made a rather nasty stir and she decided to have it re- moved on doctor's The operation London Clinic.   

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