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   Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - September 8, 1959, Long Beach, California                             BOMBS STIR NEW 3 A Areas Hit by Blasts in Little Rock All Quiet In Miami 4 Negroes Enter Elementary Class By the Associated Press Races were mixed for the first time in a Florida public school today. There were no incidents as a Miami school accepted four Negroes, in contrast to Little Rock, Ark., where dynamite blasts touched off new terror. Virginia extended public school integration to two more communities Tuesday without disorder. Dynamite bombs Monday night damaged offices of the Little Rock school board, the office of Mayor Werner C. Krioop and Fire Chief Gann Nally's station wagon which was parked in front of his home. There were no injuries. The bombings did not delay today's opening of junior high and elementary schools nor affect the operation of the four high schools which opened Aug. 12. GOV. ORVAL FAUBUS to day deplored three bombings over school integration as public indignation mounted. A reward fund was proposed for capture of the persons who tossed the bombs. Two men reportedly were seen fleeing from the bombed structures after hurling ob- jects at them. No arrests have been made. Faubus told a news con- ference he thought the bomb- ings were "sickening and de- plorable." He said: "I .have fervently hoped and made every effort to prevent such incidents. Such acls are wrong, by whomever employed, and I hope they will not be re- peated." Faubus closed the public high schools against integra- tion last year. s 3 THE RF.WARD FUND was proposed by Ben W. Dees, a consulting engineer. He said he would try to organize a movement to set up the fund. Dees said he belonged to a Presbyterian church near the bombed school building. Some of the church's windows were shattered in the blast. He said his children often went to night services at the church. At the' Dollanvay School District near Pine Bluff, Ark., (Continued Page A-6, Cot. 4) The Soutfilatui't Finest Evening Newspaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER Vol. 187 PRICE 10 CENTS TELEPHONE HE 5-1161 30 PAGES CLASSIFIED HE 2-5959 H O M E EDITION (Six Editions Daily) ENTERING INTEGRATED SCHOOL Sisters 9, and Irene, 8, are escorted by their mother, Mrs. Irvena Prymus, through door- way of Orchard Villa Elementary School at Miami today in' Florida's first integration of public schools. Two' other Negro children entered the same elementary Wirephoto.) CLOSEUP ON MR. K-NC. 1 r 'New Khrushchev' Russian Version of Horatio Alger (EDITOR'S years ago William L. Ryan was one of the first specialists in Soviet affairs to predict (hat Niklta S. Khrushchev was on the way to taking over com- mand In the .Soviet Union. He has seen Khrushchev at close hand, in Moscow and abroad, and followed his career closely through the original Russian versions of his many statements. In five articles, of which (his is (he first, Ryan appraises the background and personality of the man who conies calling on President Eisenhower next week.) Ike to Make TV Report on Europe Trip Speech Scheduled Night on All Networks WASHINGTON dent Eisenhower will make a radio-television report to the people Thursday night on his talks with Allied leaders In Western Europe. He will speak from his White House office from p.m. to p.m. p..m to p. m., Long Beacf Announcing this -today Press Secretary James C Hagerty said all the majo networks have agreed to ban die- the.l5-minute speech and thai except for one possibU delayed radio broadcast all o them will be "He thought it was on th constructive Sen. Ev erett. M. Dirksen (R-ill) sak afler the weekly White House! conference of Republican con-! gressional leaders. I Eisenhower thinks the lalKi! in Bonn, London and Paris "add up to a .better under- standing" with America's Al- lies, the senator added. In response to questions, Dirksen said there had been no expression from Eisenhow- WOMAN KNOCKED OUT BY FALLING JET PLANE PART Mrs. Evelyn Gcssler, 28, is comforted by her husband, Gilbert, 36, today in a Los Angeles hospital where she was treated for hend injuries suffered when she was struck by a three-foot landing flap that fell off an American Airlines 707 jet airliner approaching International Airport. Right, a newsman looks at the piece of metal which hit Mrs. Gessler. Story on Page Wirephoto.} Dr. Teller, Children Rescued T1MBER.LINE LODGE, Ore. Fnnied University of mier Nikita Khrushchev ward Teller and his two teen- 604 (Killed in Holiday Accidents Bv AiiKlifed pnis The accidental death toll in the United States for the La- bor Day weekend soared to at an early hour today, Here was the count: Traffic 432; boating acci- dents 28; nonboating drown- ings 60, and miscellaneous 84. By WILLIAM L. RYAN Associated Press News Analvst As a boy, Nikita Khrushchev was good to his mother. He attended Sunday school at the local church and recited the Gospels from memory. He was a crack- ing good halfback at soccer. In short, he was Nikita Khrushchev: all-Russian boy. This is the picture' of Khrushchev now emerging :rom his own and thousands of other words pouring from Moscow press and radio in English and other in advance of his visit to the United States. THE ROUND little man with the steely cold blue eyes will appear before Americans as the new Khrushchev, 1959 model. The advance billing portrays the Soviet premier as anything but a sinister leader of a world conspiracy using the name communism. On the contrary, it makes him the prototype of alt suc- cess story heroes who worked their way to the top through patience, fortitude and honest toil. While Khrushchev angled CALIFORNIA LED all states earnestly for an invitation lo in fatalities with 38 in 2 in boating, 6 drownings and 6 miscellaneous. The National Safety Coun- cil, which had estimated 450 traffic deaths for the long weekend, issued this state ment today: 'This year's heavy toll again emphasizes the need for greater effort by every one both in public and pri- vate capacity to prevent traffic accidents. AT SACRAMENTO, Gov. Brown praised Californians for helping to prevent forest fires but said he was disap- pointed over the Jieavy Labor Bay traffic toll. He said reports from the Highway Patrol listed a tola of 38 persons kilted in traffic accidents. Last year 52 diet in Labor Day traffic, "I'm not satisfied with this situation at he said "There is no solace to the families .of the vjctimn thai we doing better. "We're just going to have to keep after it" lie United States, new biog aphers fell in enthusiastically with the theme that only such a fine lad could climb the [adder from rags to fame as the world's top Communist leader. "WHILE WORKING in a coal wrote one of these, chroniclers, "young Ni- kita Khrushchev often thouglit about the injustice of (Continued on Pg. A-2, Col. 4) 'Best Article Series Starts Today "How (o Get the Best Education for Your a 15-part series, begins on Page C-6 of Tho Press- Telegram today. The articles were writ- ten by Dr. Benjamin Fine, educator and author. They explain, In simple terms, how parents can help their children with school diffi- culties, from elementary grades through college, Congress during his visit here next week. a v t t- THE SENATOR said this was a matter entirely up to and one in which Eisenhower would not in- trude. Eisenhower's main appoint ment of the day, other lhan the meeting with GOP lead- ers, was with Secretary of La bor James P. Mitchell. Because of the speech, Eagerly said, the President will not hold a news confer- ence this week. HAGERTY SAID the Thurs day night speech will deal with the President's trip to West Germany, Britain anc France and with some of the current international develop- ments that Eisenhower anc Allied leaders discussed dur ing that trip. At the capitol, meantime, (Continued Page A-6, Col. 1) Man, Woman Found Slain on Highway SAN BERNARDINO The bodies of a man and a woman were found today on a lonely stretch of U. S. High way 395 five miles north o Adelanto. Each had been shot. Authorities theorized In pair may have been slain else where and the bodies dumpet along the highway during the night. arknfss on a mountain trail night. They built a an-to for protection againsl driving rain and waited, livering, for daylight. Help ame firsl, however. "Dr, Teller had a good case the said John Ma- one, one of Ihe rescue party ho said the decision to hall ather than attempt a cross- rtg of swifl, glacial While iver showed good mounlaii Dr. Teller, his son, Paul nd daughter, Susan Wchdi et out about noon Monday rorn Cloud Cap Inn on the orth side of Mt. Hood for a ike to Timberlinc Lodge where they and Mrs. Tclle ave been vacationing. MA CONE, of the lodg management staff, said th rail was fairly good exccp t water crossings which h lescribed as bad. Dr. Teller vho has an artificial righ oot, was delayed some a hesc crossings, Maconc said, nd as a result darkness aught them with White River still to cross. Macon said the lodge staff vas aware of the hiking trip nd when the weather changed, laid plans for a >earch if they were nol back >y dark. He and Dick Korlzeborn, assistant manager, took the rail while a car was sent by road (o the While River crossing well down the slope. At the river Korlzeborn fired his pislol and the Tellers shouted in response. They were soon reached. Dr. Teller, 51, was with the Manhattan Project which de vcloped the atom bomb and s sometimes referred to as father of the H-bomb. J. N. Fact-Finders Begin Laos Study UNITED NATIONS U. N.'s new lact- inding group began drafting plans today for an urgent on-the-spot inquiry into the situation in troubled Laos, 'he four-nation subcommittee called a private mect- ng for 11 a.m., less than )'2 hours after the Security Council brushed aside an attempted Srivict veto and de- cided to arrange a U. N, investigation. TOP RED TURNS ON THE CHARM .Nikita Khrushchev, Cojpmunist Party chief, stretched out his amis in this frieTidiy fashion when he.met his East German counterpart, Walter 1957 meeting in Berlin. Soon the bouncy Russian leader will pay a historic visit to the United Wirephoto.) S I Five Bonus Numbers Among 16 Sixteen new rash ncluding five big bonuses of announced to- day in the Press-Telegram's Lucky Social Security Num bers Contest. With addition of the bo- nuses, today's awards tola You too can enter the con- test simply by printing your name, address and Social Se curlly number on a poslcarc and mailing it lo The Indc pendent, Press-Telegram, 60' Pine St., Long Beach. Here are the winning num icrs for the bonuses deadline Thursday, Sept. 10 winners with tho same dead ine: WHERE TO FIND IT Republican congressional leaders still hope Congress can adjourn by next week- end in spite, of Sen Morse. Page A-3. Hal BoyItr-Page A-9. Bridge--Page A-9. B-6, 7. C-5. Death B-2. A-8. B-3. Shipping C-6. C-l to 4. C-5. Tides, B-4, 5. And 351-12-3997 457-28-0255 549-10-7715 445-16-5970 572-01-8767 here are ihe rcgula 548-28-6476 555-46-3842 418-09-7994 518-10-9271 526-05-3790 550-22-9754 458-20-0500 462-40-3985 256-20-4360 549-52-1418 '571-22-8622 (S5) (S5) Representatives of [he four ubcoinmiltce members were ummoned lo the office of Ihc ouncll president, Ambassa or Egidio Orlona of Italy o work out plans for an arly departure. Italy is one of the counlrics m (he fact-finding group 'he others are Argentina apan and Tunisia. Cl NEWS OF the four-nation nvcstigalton of charges o aggression by Co m m u n i s Vlclnam wns wnrmlj vclcomed in Vientiane, Laos oday. I3ut officials were obvious y disappointed Hint there wa no provision for an intcrna ional police force. Information Minister Sisou Ma Champassak, also aclln foreign minister, said Laos i glad the observers will b "able to see for Ihemsclvc Ihc aggression against us. He also pointed out the U. N action Is far short of Lao appeal for military he! against the Communist-lcrJ in surgcnts. The governtncn claims they arc led by Nort Vietnamese. Some of (lie four still wer awaiting instructions froi their governments as lo wh would serve on the subcom (Continued Page A-6, Col. 1 Here arc Monday's winning numbers (deadline Wednes- day, Sept. 9, 5 553-52-7174 549-10-6047 575-03-8031 564-10-0336 002-26-1432 555-30-8247 963-34-2836 463-12-4015 441-10-1763 556-12-5524 320-18-6511 Weather Night and morning low clouds. Mostly sun- ny Wed nesday .after- noon. change In temperature. Pole Hunger Strike to Hit at K Visit SALEM, Mass. former Polish freedom fight says he and other anti-Corn munists will begin a hung strike In front of the Whi House tonight to protest Sc viet Premier Nikita Khrus chev's visit. "I will not cat. I will n drink. I shall give my life the altar of Joz Mlol-Mroz, 38, a Salem leat cr worker, said in an ope letter to President Eisenho1 er. Mlot-Mroz, president of t Anti-Communist Confedera lion of Polish Freedom Figh era, said In the letter (h Khrushchev "is a cold-bloo ed murderer who sacriflc tho livts of millions of inn cent people 'to build up coi munlsm." M Billion Housing Bill OKd WASHINGTON The cnale Bunking Committee xlay approved a Ihird-lry, llion-dollar housing bill 'ter receiving assurances resident Eisenhower would gn it. The committee made only ircc changes in the second easure Eisenhower vetoed si week. But chairman A. illis Robertson (D-Vn) said icse changes were enough to Tin definite word from the Vliite House that the new ersion would be approved. The word came, Robertson nid, after a meeting of Re- ublican congressional lead- rs with the President this norning. v THE BIGGEST change in he new bill is the elimination f a 50-million-dollar direct oan program for college lassrooms. This program rough! strong objections rom Eisenhower. The other changes: 1. Elimination of an Oct. 1, 900, cutoff dale on the eight lillion dollars of new author- ty for tho FHA mortgage in- iirance program. 2, A change in (he urban enewal or slum clearance irogram to provide that the J50 million dollars of new ;ranl money for cities will not be available all at once nil over a two-year period, he bill would allow 350 mil- ion the first year, nrri 300 million the second. The Presi- dent had protested that all of he G50 million might be spent n one year. The bill retains two fea- ures to which Eisenhower to begin new low-rent public housing units and a 50-mil- lion-dollar direct loan pro- gram for housing for the el- derly. Sen. John Sparkman (D- chairman of the Housing subcommittee, said the new measure probably will be con- sidered by the Senate Wednesday. Herter Cuts Short Vacation to Return WASHINGTON tary of State Christian A. Her- ter will cut short a planned vacation and return to Wash- ington tonight. In announcing (his today, State Department press offi- cer Lincoln White declined to say whether the Laotian .crisis or some other emergency was causing Herler 'to hurry back to Washington.   

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