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   Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - July 28, 1959, Long Beach, California                             Nixon Flies to Siberia City; Welcomed THREATEN ALUMINUM STRIKE FRIDAY NIGHT VICE PRESIDENT RICHARD NIXON gestures as he talks with workers at a heavy machine industry plant in Leningrad Monday. Today, Nixon flew on .to a. warm welcome in Wircphoto via radio from Moscow) Considered Four GENEVA West is Svorking on a compromise NOVOSIBIRSK, Soviet Un- ion friend- ly, applauding Russians gave Vice President Richard M. Nixon the warmest welcome i of his Soviet tour when he ar- rived in this Siberian city to- day for a good will visit. Nixon arrived amid solid i signs he was considering more and more favorably a recom- mendation that President Els- enhpwer invile Premier Niltila save the deadlocked f.; Klmishchev_ to Ihe United Big Four ministers' talks by offering Russia a proposal to keep the Berlin situation as it is until Christmas 1961, conference sources reported today. The reportedly will propose that: Western rights in Berlin should remain unchanged un all-German settlement, unless modified previously by Big Four agreement. Jt! AT THE END of two and a half is, around Christmas Big Four foreign ministers should meet again to reconsider the Ber- lin situation. The new western plan would mean putting the Ber- lin issue on ice at least until after the I960 U. S. presiden- tial election, the British par liamentary .election which must be held before May Itatcs for a visit. Persons close to Nixon were understood lo be mak- Government Revision Try Due by State SACRAMENTO It' better than an even chanc lhat Gov. Brown will call special session of the Legis lature next year to act o ing some impact on him with streamlinging the slate arguments that Khrushchev ernmcnt. must see for himself the strength and vigor of the American economy and the unity of its people to rid him of misconceplions- ff THOUSANDS of men and women lined the streets here, in some places four and five deep, lo wave greetings to Nixon and his wife. Communist leaders of this developing Siberian industrial area rode through town with Die Nixons. A bus carrying American 'No Contract' Edict Handed to Big Three McDonald Gloomy on Talks; Copper Strike Also Looms NEW YORK major strike in the aluminum indus- try was threatened today as negotiations in the two-week- old stce! strike remained deadlocked. David J. McDonald, presi- ent of the United Sleelwork- of America, said he cx- ecled no agreement in the iuminum industry before ontracls with major firms xpire at midnight Friday. McDonald, w hose union eprcsents workers in aliuni- um as well as steel, said the nine "no contract, no work" iolicy covers both industries. 3 THE COPPER industry also accd a possible strike threat. Officials of the Mine, Mill nd Smelter Workers Union vcre1 reported considering a strike agninst the nation's copper plants and mines next month. The union's contracts expired June 30, but its mem- >ers are working while nego- tiations continue. Steel industry and union met jointly Monday for the first time since Hie nationwide steel strike began. .loscph F. Finnegan, direc- tor of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service, told newsmen after the two-hour session: "There was an exchange of viewpoints by the parlies, but I can'l .say anything beyond that. I don't think there was nny substantial change in the position of cither party." FINNEGAN MET with steel (Continued Page A-2, Col. 3) HOME Finest Evening Newspaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., TUESDAY, JULY 28, 1959 Vol. LXXll-No. 151 PRICE 10 CENTS 46 PAGES TELEPHONE HEB-U61 CLASSIFIED HE 2-5959 EDITION [Six Editions 40-Mi. Wind Whips Calif. Forest Fires Men Fight Racing Flames in Shasta Park TWOSOME IN NORWAY CECIL M. COOK Returns (o Hearing L A. Teacher Grilled Over Sex Survey LOS ANGELES 38-year-old high school leach- or who conducted a "Little Kinscy" survey on sex rela- tions among his teen-age stu- dents today faced the possible oss of his leaching credcu- Rockefeller Son to Marry Maid? SAN FRANCISCO Wind whistling through canyons whipped flnmcs through dust-dry California forests today. The biggest fire hurncd acres of timber in Ihc Shasln-Trinily National Tor csl. A U. S. Forest Service official estimated loss at more than nnc million dollars. Fire fighters, now number- ing had contained the (ire laic -Monday after it swept over acres. But the wind came nlive again and sent the flames racing into new territory. Brown gave that much ou at a neWs conference locla He said, however, he'd rathe not go inlo specifics of his' proposals as yet. The governor said his government reorganization' Molester Lures Tots math teacher at Van Nuysj High School and father of Ihrce children, returned to n Stale Board of Education tearing (oday where he was charged with "unprofessional conduct involving moral tur- pitude." committee plans to meet in September at Davis with de- partment directors and legis- lators to discuss the plan. THE LEGISLATURE meets Incxt February for its annual correspondents (raveling with budget session. Any special Nixon was nearly mobbed by several thousand cxciled Rus- scssion would be held at Ihe sians, hands outstretched in greeting, when they arrived in Stalin Square. Soviet authorities were un Isame time. Brown said he will decide on a replacement for James 19GO, and the Wcsi German dersiood to have agreed fi- parliamcntary election sched- naMv to aMow Nixon lo tour ulcd for the fall of 1961. It reportedly was studied by U. S., British French and j West German officials centcr morning and submitted them to a meeting of the western Big Four foreign ministers this afternoon. the Siberian branch of the Academy of Sciences. This is a huge scientific re- for thc arca cnlirc Nixon insisted on this visit (Continued Page A-2, Col. 4} A 6-year-old boy and his 5-ycar-old sister were kid naped Monday near Burbank Elementary School, 2225 4th St., then molested. The distraught mother found her children missing when she went to the play ground at. 5 p. m. to -pick them up. She and neighbors searched without success, then Icle- ials. to critical Cecil M. Cook, science and hieh wind TODAY Tllli FIRE headed toward I wo small towns Carrvillc and Trinity Center. Forest officials indicated Ihcy felt Ihc towns were in particular danger. Fighting :hc fire was especially difficult because the terrain made it impossi- ble to get heiivy equipment points. And the swept dangerous I embers far ahead of Ihc He has been on suspension since some students actual flames. Thc same slinrp winds swept a new in brush and grass country north of Yrcka southward into the STLVl'.N ROCKKFKLLCR, 23-year-old son of New Klamnth National Forest. More than acres of gootl limber was threatened. The federal service and thc ccived a call from a resident about a mile from the school. Carr as director. Carr lne Juvenile Bureau up to director of finance thcrc had just rc' urday, succeeding Deri Levit, who resigned. The governor said it's nol his intention lo appoint Deputy Director S. G. Good- THREE BLUSHING 17- year-old girls tcslified at Ihe slart of the hearing Monday that they thought qucslions asked by Cook in his physi- ology course were "disgust- ing, outrageous and of little value." Thc class was com- prised of about 30 boys and girls, age 15 lo 17. Slale Division of Forestry Ijoincd in more llhan 300 men on the plained of his sex survey last )lvU ,he n_ January. Conviction on the charges would mean revoca- tion of his California teacher's certificate. York's governor, smiled ns he posetl with Anne Marie Rasmusscn, 21, on Kristiansand, Norway, after 150-mile motorbike Irip from Oslo. Trip sparked rumors of Wircphoto) gon border nlong U.S. High- way 99 Monday afternoon. DESCRIBING the Shnsta- Trinity fire situation, Noble said: "It's burning nice timber, pine and fir, and right now it looks like it could go all the way lo the Gulf of Mex- ico." Acknowledging exaggera- tion of this discouraging out- look, Noble said: "Seriously, we're rcorgan- K1USTIANSAND, Norway (AP) There's n hot rumor here thai Sloven Rockefeller, son of Gov. Nelson A. Rocke- feller of New York, and a former maid In (he Rockefel- ler household arc in love. Steven, however, says he. and prclly Anne Marie Ras musscn arc "just good friends. That's that." Anne Marie, 21-year-old daughter of a grocer here, says there has been no Inlk One of the girls said she whcrc we'vc stop il. izing now nnd huilding up n wedding. manpower and figuring out I The romance rumors were children were at her was ..too embarrasscd" to an. swer questions before the home. a chancc by a long leisurely "This is rnufih counlry. [motorbike (rip Ihcy took to- Ncwspapcrs here arc. THE YOUNGSTERS man as cmploymcnl chief but police a man in a car offcrcdljammcd thc hearing. toithcm suckers, bubble guml Cook was said (o have land candy to (ake a ride studcnls to answcr in ot spcclalors PE' A'2' Co1' a big thing of il. Awaits Lucky Numbers Winners Ten thousand dollars in cash! That amount will be awarded in The Independent, Press-Telegram Social Security Lucky Numbers Contest which opens next week. Beginning Monday, Aug. 3, Thc Independent, Press- Telegram will publish II Social Security numbers every day except Saturday and Sunday. Owners of these num- bers may collect immediate cash at the I, P-T business office. Thc first number drawn on each of the five days will be worth cash to the owner; the next two numbers will be worth.525 each; (he next Ihree numbers, each; Ihe next five numbers, 55 each. THIS IS ALL YOU DO: Write or print your name, ad- dress and Social Security number on a post card. Mail to Social Security Numbers, Press-Telegram, 604 Pine Long Beach 13, Calif. Only one entry per person will be accepted, but your entry will remain in the drawing unless it wins. If il wins, it will he withdrawn. Winners may claim their awards by presenting their Social Security cards and proof of identity at the I, P-T cashier's window. Prizes must be claimed no later (han 6 p.m., two days following publication, unless the publi- cation date is n Friday, in which case prizes must be claimed by 5 p.m. Ihe following Monday. thai Goodman agreed serve as acting director. Brown is flying out of Angeles Wednesday night for After Washington and New York parked before heading for thc na-jShortly afterward, the chil- One girl said replies to the ional governors were released. isurvey were anonymous and n Puerto Rico. He expects1 The mother took her hut lhat Cook to return Aug. II. jdrcn (o St. Mary's Hospilaliwrote the results on a black- an examination. iboard in front of thc class. WHERE TO FIND IT1 With an expecled 90 peri cent turnout, Hawaii .weni (o the polls today for its firsl election as the newest state. Story on Page A-3. driving awhile, he and molested them. writing nine intimate ques- tions about their sex lives. Weather- Low clouds laic lo- nlght and early Wednes- day, hut sunny laic Wednesday morning and Wednesday afternoon. Litlle change in tem- perature. Deliveries Halted by Picketing SAN FRANCISCO UP) A Teamster strike against United Parcel Service has slopped deliveries from about 2.800 Bay area retail and wholesale firms. Teamster officials said pick- et lines may be extended to other cities Northern California today and lalcr to Southern California. Delivery drivers struck company in Alamcdn Courtly Fridny night in a dispute over wages. Pickets appeared here Monday. NEGOTIATIONS broke down after the company of- fered a hourly wage increase bringing the driver's wage to an hour. The UPS drivers balked JZUT, ALORS! WHERE ARE THE ARTICHOKES? Beach B-l. Hal B-S. B-5. C-S (o C- II. B-8, B-9. C-S. B-4. C-4, Shipping B-10. C-l, 2, 3. A-4. Tides, B-IO. TV, Page C-l2. B-5. B-6, 7. Your World--Page A-2. High-Class Hayburner Is Down to Munching on Just Plain Oats after learning of a settlement with Ihe California Trucking Assns. which calls for a 25- cent hourly wage increase this year and another 20-cent raise next year.. A company spokesman said 565 drivers will be affected if Ihe strike spreads. NEW YORK can you expect a horse to run without artichokes? The horse in question is named Jamin. He's 6 years old and he's calen arlichokes all his life. They seem lo agree with him. too, be- cause, as every sporting Frenchman knows, Jamin is the trolling champion of all France. He's come lo the United Stales to run in Ihc S50T000 fntcrnalional Trot at ,Roosevelt Raceway on Long Island Satur- day. The pounds of came in on the plane with Jamin last week. They were imponnricd for inspection by Ihe Department of Agriculture. But when a (ruck came lo pick them up for Jamin, Ihey were missing. None can be found here because they're out of season. And Jamin has had to live for a whole week on oats and hay. His trainer-rider, Jean Riaud, gave him a workout Monday, and was gloomy about Ihe results. "He ccs, 'ow you say, sloogish? Not good. No artichokes." Food for Iwo Italian trotters who came over on the same plane was impounded loo, but no one seems lo cure beans about (hem. They pal arlichokes loo? Nope. Beans. STEVEN, 23. said Monday "I'm on vacation and just visilinp, Anne Marie." He said (hat when he was released from U.S. service July 10 he flew lo Oslo where he mel Ann Marie. They bought Ihe motor hike thc same day and scl out for Krisliansand, 150 miles away, to sec her par- ents. They arrived Sunday night. Monday. Steven took n boat 20 terminals employing about ride with Ihc Rasmusscn fam- lily. I UPON THF.IR RETURN, lne couple was asked whether there were plans for n wed- ding. "We haven't talked about Anne Marie answered. "There's no reason to spread rumors. People seem to know more (ban we do." Thc girl went to the United Slates in 1956 lo do domestic work, as do many young Nor- wegian girls. While working in the Rockefeller home, she is reported lo have hnd sev- ers! dales with Steven. She later returned to Nor- way. Parents See Borf Kill Little Leaguer DAYTON, Ohio (UPI) A 13-year-old Litlle League ball player was struck and killed by a lightning bolt Monday night while his parents watched him in a practice game. Authorities said King had just stepped from Ihc batter's box after striking out and was about to go out in the field with his team- mates when the bolt knocked him 10 the ground uncon- scious.   

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