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   Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - August 28, 1959, Long Beach, California                             NEHRU SAYS CHINESE INVADE INDIA The Soulklatul't Finest Evening Newtpaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 1959 Vol. No. 178 PRICK 10 CENTS TELEPHONE HE 5-1UI 44 PAGES CLASSIFIED HE HOME EDITION (Six Editions Daily] NATIONAL ANTHEMS President Eisenhower and the British royal 'family stand at attention today outside gates of Balmoral Castle in Scotland while national anthems arc played: Prince Philip is standing between the Pres- ident and Queen Elizabeth. Princess Margaret is behind the Wirephoto.) CHEERED BY THOUSANDS Ike Visits Royalty at Scottish Castle By EDDY GILMORE BALMORAL, Scotland Eisenhower broke into his diplomatic mission to Western Europe today with a" social visit to Britain's royal family at Defy Veto Threat, Vote Housing Congress Virtually Dares Eisenhower to Reject Measure WASHINGTON de- fiant-Congress, turning a deal ear to Republican "eto warn- ings, today handed President Eisenhower a "last chance' billion-dollar housing bill. Party lines fell apart Thursday as the House, by a top-heavy 283-105 vote, com- pleted congressional actior on a bill thai contained the same features that prompted a housing veto last .month. At stake was the Presi-: dent's perfect record of never having .a veto overridden. This time, however, the House virtually dared him to challenge its action. t Ji THE 0 V E R WII ELM ING vote far exceeded the two-! thirds necessary to override.! The Senate vote, on Aug. 19, likewise was by an overriding! majority of 72-14. j "With adjournment fevorj mounting, arid House leaders forward to quitting DISCOVERS BOMB BEFORE BOOM As Archie Frazier 45, approached his car in Oakland Thursday, something didn't look right. Study- ing the he found the .windows were open more than he had left them. Then he saw a five-gallon can in.the back seat and phoned police. Sgt, Frank Ramos (right) found can with wick attached to spout. The wick ran to fuse (center) made of roll of matches with rock weight holding it against exhaust pipe. Police later arrested William Kampic, 46, friend of Frazier, who admitted planting, bomb. Police believe Kampic, needs .psychiatric Wirephoto.) 11 Payoff Numbers 2 WOMEN TOSS 80MB Powered Little Rock School 5 Board Tear Gassed Posfponed Eleven new numbers appear LITTLE ROCK, Ark. fumes from Balmoral Castle Queen Elizabeth II made a complete- by next weekend, the Presi-.today in The Press-Telegram'sjtear-gas bombs thrown by two white women broke up appearance to'the gates to welcome him. BOCUrHy ]y unexpected appearance i Find Youth Slain .Hunt Kidnaper RENO (UPI) A seven- state search for a young man who may have shot a Liver- more, teenager to death and dumped his body on a river ledge near here was un- der way today. "Well, well, I'm delighted to see said the Queen, slim and elegant though she expecting her 'third child early next year. Eisenhower bowed and said: "Thank you ma'am. It's wonderful to be here." It was a friendly and in- formal beginning for Eisen- hower's overnight visit to the Queen. It had been believed she would avoid public ap- pearances entirely until after the birth of her baby. SURPRISINGLY, she not Sheriff's officers would not ?nly to sce, speculate on where the sus- pected killer of Albert Larry Waters, 17, might be but were widening their search to include most of the west. The boy's body was found by a tourist on a high cliff over- looking the' Truckee River near the small town of Wads- worth near here. WATERS HAD been work- ing in a service station in Liv- ermore when lie was believed L. B. Team Wins Pony tiiLii uic ecu ly U u U I S LUIS' w m m m morning at a castle'ball kidnaped during Wednesday. a robbery Police today' were looking for a man who apparently kidnaped, him and then fired two ,25-ca'liber bullets into his head before throwing him out of the car. George Howard, manager of the service station said a young man drove into the sta tion Wednesday and entered the office1. A FEW MOMENTS later, Waters told Howard he "had to leave" with the customer to help him buy some tires. The manager said Waters ap peared nervous at the time, When the attendant had not returned a half hour later, Howard wept into the office and found missing from the. cash register. He notified authorities that Waters may have been kidnaped. Notionalist Ship figfcts 4 Red TAIPEI, Formosa W) A Nationalist Chinese warship tackled four .Red Chinese gunboats, in the :Formosa Strait one'1 of them .and sitting it afire, the Ministry said, lower but did it on television first broadcast ever 'rom Balmoral. The President had driven! 50 miles with Prince Philip in a car from the Scottish air- )ort at Dyce to cheers of crowds along the way. The Queen who danced! .mtil the early hours this' .ake-it-or-leave-it proposition. "If President Eisenhower wants a housing bill, this is nis last proclaimed Rep. Albert Rains sponsor of the bill and Demo- cratic housing spokesman. When the President vetoed the first hous- ing bill as excessive, he hit at new public housing author- ity loans to extend the gov- ernment into college class- room construction, and other features. i AND IN A 'message last Tuesday, Eisenhower to I d Congress to limit itself to ex- tending the authority of the Federal Housing Administra- tion to insure home mort- (Continued Page A-4, Col. 1) among the lucky lot, if you your name, address and Social; Security Numbers, Independ- icr the President to Princess Mar- garet. The Queen wore a powder blue suit with shirt jacket. She had on a white hat and wore black gloves and black shoes. On her right arm she carried a large black'pocket- book. BOTH SHE and Princess Margaret, dressed in a mauve- colored suit, wore a siring of pearls. The baby is expected in late January or February certainly showed no physical signs of it. With (Continued Page A-4, Col. 2) Long Beach today was set to give a mammoth welcome to its Pony League national championship baseball team. The 15-man Long Beach team, which won the title at Washington, Pa., Thursday night, arrived at International Airport via a jet flight. The city wide motorcade was scheduled to greet them this afternoon at the Long Beach Freeway exit at 6th St. Tonight, players and parents will be feted by the Long Beach Century Club. For story of championship game, see the sports section, page C-l. JOHN IELMORINI lie Wins ent, Press-Telegram, 604 Pine Ave., Long Beach 12. If your number is drawn bring your Social Security card and identification to the I, P-T. Here are the new winners (deadline Monday, Aug. 31 5 Man 15 Hurt on Building Job ATLANTA (ffk- A third- 'loor concrete form collapse at a 22-story building under construction today killed one man and injured at least 15 others.. The body of Charles H. Crawford, 49, a foreman was found buried under the debris nearly three hours after shor- ng gave way and dumped an estimated 200... tons of wel concrete, steel forms anc scaffolding on the workers. THE BUILDING is being erected for Georgia Power Co rady Hospital reportec that eight white workers anc seven Negroes were brought there after the downtown ac- cident. Several had head in juries. Robert Holder Jr., project manager for the construction company, explained that form-work supporting the we concrete collapsed in two sections each about 20 feei square. FEAT TOLD BY OWNER Cat Walks Miles in Return to Old Home ALHAMBRA a black and white cat, apparently walked miles to get back to his old home in Minneapolis. Skunky's owner, Ralph Morey, said today he was noti- fied by relatives in Minneapolis that Skunky recently showed up there after being missing for the past 18 months, Morey said he moved in this Los Angeles area suburb three years ago and shortly afterward had the cat sent here by air. But Skunky disappeared 18 months ago. "I donTknow how he did said Morey. "He came ..put by air so he couldn't have seen any landmarks to travel by." 525-22-0880 546-22-0403 549-10-3149 550-03-6379 553-07-3739 560-07-1637 246-12-3906 549-10-5775 (55) 512-09-7277 (S5) 368-09-5382 430-30-7094 Here are numbers an- nounced Thursday (deadline Saturday, Aug. 29, 4 525-20-6070 502-10-5516 449-36-7283 573-46-8884 316-01-5178 51549-7854 551-14-2687 519-M-8939 160-16-3489 561-14-0644 Airline Attendants Threaten Walkout WASHINGTON. UP) The 1J200 stewards and steward esses on Trans World Air lines are threatening a walk Thursday night. Two bombs were tossed! nto the foyer of the down- own school headquarters while the board was meeting upstairs. Fumes and smoke spread quickly through the building and the board, half a dozen newsmen and about 20 spectators' scrambled out through a rear exit. No one was hurt. The only damage was .small, charred EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. fuel leak today forced cancellation ol the first power flight of an X15 rocket plane. The Air Force said fom hours after the original take off time that the flight wouk not be rescheduled before next Tuesday. -ommunists joss Line at fwo Points Protest Made to Peiping; No Satisfaction Yet By WATSON SIMS NliW DELHI Ml Prime flinlsler Nehru said today that Chinese Communist troops uivc'crossed from Tibet inlo ndian terrilory on two widely separated frontiers and ap- parently are slaying. In India's northeast frontier licit, Neliru told Parliament, several hundred Chinese ap- parently seized an Indian bor- der post this week after driv- ing off a 12-mnn picket de- tachment with gunfire. Nehru said four border guards arc missing! Nehru said the Chinese also had established a camp In a remote, uninhabited border sector of the Ladakh urea of Kashmir, more than miles west of the crossings on the northeast frontier. The Chinese also are reported building a road across the area, cutting off several hun- dred square miles of Indian territory. THE PRIME MINISTER said India had protested to jPeiping but so far had no iatisfaclion. "There is no alternative but o guard our borders and m- he declared, and ater said, "we will have to >e vigilant." Nehru made no announce- ment, however, of military counteraction, and said he found it hard to believe that spots where anded, (he bombs AUTHORITIES hope tlv the Chinese actions were a signal of bigger things to come. "It seems to be foolish for the Chinese government to function that he said. "I don't give them credit or discredit. "We have to prepare for any eventuality without mak- ing a fuss." flight will be a major mile On tlle mountaious, jungled northeast frontier, Nehru said, the Chinese crossed into India stone in the XlS's way to space. It is designed ulti- mately to rocket a man 100 or more above the The gassing was the first- physical. attack on the which has been under verbaljcartn at nearly miles assault .from segregationists an hour. Today's XI 5, No. 2 in a series of three, has only been in the air once, and then it under the wing ;or fostering a token 'plan of ntegration. for fligh schools. s LEONARD Negro janitor, Little Rock WILLIS ai was said he sawof a B25 bomber. the women push open the All three ships are identi- front door and toss the bombsjcai, however, and test pilot :nside. Willis said he ran to the IScott Crossfield is confident from Tibet on Aug. 25 and fired on a picket post in the Kameng section. He said the Reds returned on Aug. 26, opened fire again, and prac- tically encircled the border post. The Indian border patrol withdrew, Nehru continued, and the Chinese are presumed to be still holding the posi- tion. INDIA PROTESTED to Pei- door and watched the women! lit will work as well as the1 (Continued Page A-5, Col. flee in a waiting car. BothJNo. I craft did on its power- Weather Night and morning clouds, but mostly sun- ny Saturday afternoon. Slightly warmer. Noon temperature; 78, out, their said today. union president WHERE TO FIND IT Antics, noise in Venice beatnik hangout aired at Po- lice Commission hearing. Page A-8. women fell on the rain-slick steps. One lost both shoes, the other lost one. Police said the shoes were mass-produc- tion Japanese sandals and would be impossible to trace. The board took the gassing calmly. Members wiped away tears and walked two blocks to the offices of the Chamber of Commerce and resumed their meeting behind locked doors. The meeting concerned school financing. Five Negroes have attended two white schools here since classes started Aug. J2. Police broke up a segregationist demonstration on opening day but there have been no significant incidents since. Beach B-l. Hal B-9. B-8. D-l to 12. B-l8, 11. D-2. B-2. B-8. B-3. Shipping D-2. C-l to t. IMI. Tides, TV, B-12. B-9. B-4, I. Your A-2. less glide flight June 8. THIS FLIGHT is a test of the 50-foot black plane's first power-plant, a set of two low-thrust rocket engines Later this year a single- chamber engine three times as powerful will replace them in the plane's tail. The X15 was scheduled to take off from this desert test center 100 miles north of Los Angeles, fastened under the wing of its mother ship. Orig- inal takeoff time was 7 a. m. Songwriter Meyer Killed in Hotel Blaze NEW YORK (M George W. Meyer, 74, composer of the popular song "For Me and My Gal" and other hit tunes, was burned to death today in a fire which swept through his room in the Hotel Shore- ham. Meyer's body was found in bed by an employe of the hotel after smoke had been reported pouring from his HE AD HITS POST Boy, 15, Leans Out of Car, Is Killed BINGHAMTON, N. Y. W> lean- ed out the right rear win- dow of a moving automo- bileThursday to investigate a.rattle. The four others in the car asked him what he found. When he failed to 'answer, the driver, his 17-year-old aunt, Miss Janet stopped the car. They found Donald was dead. His head apparently had struck a, concrete guard post. Solons Bid U.N. Act on 'Invasion' of India WASHINGTON Cfl In- dia's reports that Red Chinese troops have crossed her bor- ders brought calls in the LT S. Congress today' for quick United Nations investigation. But.U. S. foreign policy of- ficials tended to play down any emergency-character to the developments reported by Prime Minister Nehru to the Indian Parliament. Asked for State Depart- ment comment, press officer Lincoln White replied; "I think Mr. Nehru is per- fect capable of speaking for India in this .situation." White said he knows-.of no official Indian communication to Washington on the matter, In a Senate speech, Jacob K. Javlts (R-NY) called for an emergency session of the U. N. general Assembly in advance of its' scheduled Sept 15 meeting.- Sen. Mike .Mansfield of Montana, acting Democratic leader, said the U. rf. should act in the cases of what ha termed Communist aggres- sion in both'India and .Laos. A question raised by Com gress members was whether the Red Chinese move is con- nected In any way with So- viet Premier Nikita S. Khrush- chev's forthcoming .talks with President Eisenhower.   

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