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   Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - September 19, 1959, Long Beach, California                             KHRUSHCHEV ARRIVES FOR L A. TOUR 78 Jailed in Dope Roundup of Area JN A NARCOTICS RING ROUNDUP early today, Louis A. Honca (left) and Clark Alford, described as king-pin peddlers of heroin, are shown after their arrest in Redondo Omohundro Photos) REDONDO BEACH OFFICER shows worth of narcotics, paraphernalia and guns seized in Redondo Beach raid in which eight men were arrested. 1 Boat Missing, Area 7 Clipper Nearly Sinks f scapes EUREKA Coast Guard launched an search today for a boat reported missing with five men aboard after a two-day storm. craft, identified only Genevieve's Leg Broken; Out for Year HOME This FtiMft Butting Nnttpaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1959 20 PAGES PRICE 10 CENTS TELEPHONE HE 5-1161 197 CLASSIFIED HE 3-5959 EDITION (Six Editions Daily) S. Moves fo End Crime in Unionism Mitchell Reveals Demanding Report on Aids of Hoffa SAN FRANCISCO bor Secretary .lame s P. Mitchell told the AFL-CIO convention Friday the gov- ernment is cracking down swiftly against racketeers and subversives in union leader- ship under the new labor-con- trol law. Mitchell disclosed he wired i demand to Teamsters Union James R. Hoffa that he jroduce within 10 days a list )f all Teamsters Union of- 'icers or employes with crim- nal or Communist records. The l.andrum-Griffin labor aw, which President Eisen- hower signed last Monday, bans anyone convicted of certain crimes or a Commu- nist Party member from serv- ing as a union official for five years after such conviction or membership. A t MITCHELL ALSO demand- ed lliat Hoffa advise "what action your organization is PLANE PIERCED PROPELLER taking regarding dividuals." A union knowingly employ- Air France Super Constellation is shown after landing safely at Shannon Air- port, Ireland, today with one of its propellers embedded in plane's fuselage. The craft landed using only the two port Wircphoio) 2 ENGINES FAIL, PROP SLASHES CRAFT Crippled Liner Skims Waves, Barely Carries 21 to Safety SHANNON AIRPORT, Ire- these crippled airliner "g latcs the new law's provisions as does the official himself. Hoffa said in Detroit he would turn Mitchell's lele- gram over to his lawyers for study "if and when I receive it." The labor secretary said he with 21 persons aboard land cd nl Shannon Airport a criminal offender vio- as the Renown, was last seen by skipper Ted Bean of the Coho who said, the Re- TORONTO singing star Genevieve, dolled up in a slinky white-satin g o n that restricted her movements, tripped on ajwalerfront nown lost her sea anchoi and drifted aimlessly downwind. Meanwhile, a vast fleet of to by (he first Pacific storm of the fishing vessels driven Frenchj refuge in Humholdt Bay Eighteen men were jailed as police and sheriff's dep- ulies conducted separate nar- cotics rourfdups in Redondo Beach and Complon late Fri- day and early today. In the Redondo Beach raid early today, officers arrested eight men and impounded today amid the biggest air-sea safety operation ever staged off the Irish coast. A propeller ripped away from the airliner's inner star- board engine feel above the Atlantic and em- bedded itself in the side of the cabin. The Air Super fly- ing from New York to Paris. It carried 12 passengers and crew members and niadei the landing using only the JAMES P. MITCHELL Invokes New Law .sent similar messages lo of' ficials of some other unions, too. He did not name them. The Department of Justice and his own staff. Mitchell heroin valued at more thanjsajd. are undertaking immedi- In the Complon raid late stage rope Friday night, shat- tering her right leg. She is ex- pected lo be laid up for a year. The pert star of the Coiej Porter musical "Can Can" was going to her dressing room outside the main tent season in the area r' facilities w hundreds of thousands pounds of fish. said Jfound a large quantity ol 'marijuana and pills in arrest- of ing 10 men. FACILITIES HAVE been swamped since Thursday hy the catch of 500 fishing craft An 11th suspect escaped when he fled from the Comp- lon police station while wait- ing lo be booked. Top suspect in the Redondo Beach case was Louis August which sped into port 34. of Dixon after her performance seas 60-mile-an-iLane. Redondo Beach, a crane ale investigations of "certain officers and employes of some ambulances stood by on the landing strip. During the two hours it look the airliner lo struggle Lazily il circled over Ih Motorcade roceeds to lollywood Premier's Leave Party for Disneyland Visif (ComDl'ed from AP and UP1) LOS ANGELES Soviet 'remier Nikita Khrushcfiev rnved by U.S. military jet airliner today lo rub elbows vith excited Hollywood movie Mars and address a plush civic banquet. Los Angeles was his second brief 20-hrmr layover on his six-day r a n s c o n- lincnlal lour. The Russian party left New York- at j.m. (EOT) fpr the flight west and landed here at p.m. For security reasons the Khrushchev party landed at an isolated section of Inter- national Airport, and the public was held outside miles of fencing. c AFTER A BRIEF welcome at by Maynr Norris Poulson, the Khrushchev en- tourage was bundled into a waiting motorcade. Guarded by squadrons of motorcycls ol ficcrs, they drove with sirens soundinR to the hilltop 20lh Century-Fox studios. After a luncheon attended by the elite of mnvicdom. in- cluding late-arriving Marilyn Monroe, Elizabeth Taylor and Eddie Fisher, the Khrushchev family and party toured studio lot and visited the pro- duction set of "Can Can." Then, while the Soviet Pre- mier loured such mundane sights as housing projects, his airport, lying slightly on its port, side like a wounded bird while ihc pilot boosted power to Shannon, hundreds of air-ito make a biilantal landing. port workers, farmers and school children assembled 10 Compere, walked from the watch as Ihc Riant Constella- tion crept through a hazy sky. The pilot, Capt. Andre plane with perspiration drop pinR from his face. two daughters, a son and son- in-law left with their princi- pal escorts for a quick but fun-filled afternoon at Amer- ica's fabulous playpark, Dis- neyland, Some ROC invited rcprcsen- Inlivcs of business, labor and industry will join the 300- mcmhcr I raveling party for ithc banquet and hear opening (Continued Pape A-3, Col. 11 two port was hurt. engines. No one ABOUT 100 miles off the Irish coasi the propeller' broke away from a starboard engine after the other had been feathered for mechanical trouble. Il stuck into the fuse- lage just above the wing and smashed cabin windows. The plane lost height and at one time was skimming the waves, with spray rushing in' K Disarmament Bid Seen as Golfs, UNITED NATIONS Premier Nikila S.j Khrushchev's four-year plan for a world without; armies or arms struck most non-Communist diplomats today as a propaganda one worthy of study. Desi Arnaz Put in Jail as Drunk HOLLYWOOD MITCHELL SAID his staff already has started working through 2Vi years of Senate Racket Committee testimony in which some union leaders and labor management con- sultants Were identified as criminal offenders. He declared he made a spe- through broken windows. lAclor-producer Desi Arnaz As soon as the strickenlwas arrested and lodged in plane radioed news of its mis- Hollywood Jail on a drunk hap. Shannon ordered one of charge today. Police said Arnaz, 42, of Beverly Hills, became abusive when arrested hy two vice officers after they saw him staggering on Vista St. near Hollywood Blvd. about I a.m. He finally was persuaded to go to the Hollywood' sta- tion by policemen C. G. Rid- ing and C. E. Cole, who were called by Arnaz' chauffeur. ARNAZ SPENT about a half hour in a Hollywood cell, police said, before being re- Music Fair, in suburban Dixie., hour when the accident happened. cial point of calling lloffa's the biggest air-sea safety operations ever seen off the Irish coast. Planes went out to escort the crippled airliner. Lifeboats moved out into the Atlantic and fire engines and Scattered Showers in Southland Although Long Beach hadjicased in the custody of the only a few drops this morn-jchauffcur after posting Western delegates al the U.N. promised lo give con- sideration lo the plan but the was they reject il a prediction eventually Utopian dream everyone only a dream at the present stage of the East- West struggle. Disappointment was felt in many world basically his capitals that widely advcr lised program put forward Friday before the 82-iiiilion general assembly offered little new. KHRUSHCHEV was vague for his program of scrapping armed forces and weapons of western insistence on controls has been the nub of the disarmament deadlock. Secretary of State Christ- ian A. Herter said in a formal statement the scheme require very careful examina- tion though it seems to re- peat proposals for total dis- (Continued Page A-3, Col. 2) Game Short GETTYSBURG, Pa. Ml President Eisenhower played 18 holes of golf today. Then he immediately started an- other round hut quit abruptly after one extra hole. After the first round the word at Ihc Gettysburg Coun- try Club course was that Ei- senhower had decided to play another nine holes. He teed off again, played the first hole of the second round, and then climbed into his electric cart and rode back to (he clubhouse. j HIS PARTNERS also ra- turncd. They were the Presi- dent's son, Army Maj. John Eisenhower, and a Gettysburg neighbor. George Allen. The party went from the golf course to the President's nearby farm home where he is spending the weekend. There was no immediate ex- planation as to why Eisen- hower did not go on playing. Eisenhower's manner as he got into his limousine was casual with no indication of any emergency. operator who officers to Ihe provision he- was a large scale dealer in'cause of the public interest Canneries, docks, barges. GENEVIEVE'S man a g e r.'hoists and refrigeration gearj John Trelfall. said she stood'were being operated A SEARCH of Honea. on the rope and flipped ovcr.ja day to get the fish of five sons ranging in generated by the McClellan Rackets Committee hearings. Her right leg buckled under her. She was given "These disclosures have in- volved only a few unions, and jing, scattered showers fell in various areas of Southern California. The chance of a general storm over the week- end is regarded as slight. The weather man said a storm center that brought from 3 to 15 years re-jonly a few union (f) gnd Ccntra, placed under sedation in hospital. Gene.vieve became familiar to millions of American TV viewers through her appear- ances on the Jack Paar show. A STORY OF near in the finding of three jwas told by John of the drug. He was Col. 5) Weather The Mabel, with a crew ofi five, was lowed into port Dead, Thousands the cutter Avoye! Friday; India Floods (Continued Page A-3. Col. 6) BOMBAY, India Navy Probes Report of Sub off Florida WASHINGTON 1 Floods in central India have] iflaimrfl 48 lives in three davs.l jthe Times of India reported] ;toflay from Aknla. j -The India's only newsprint Partly cloudy through Sunday. Chance of occa- 's investigating a fish-plant, the NKPA mills a. Nep- mg boats report that it anager. was damaged. About lipht ram today. ,n ,inidem.fiM lives." Mitchell told the con- vention delegates. "But they have shown that the crim- inal elemcnis do exist." WHERE TO FIND IT 5. Death B-2. B-2 to 9. A-7. B-10. A-6. .Shipping B-2. A-8. 9, 10'. A-2. bail. The police officers said when they asked the actor, clad in red golf sweater and !ight slacks, for his identi- pication after seeing him stag- ;ering along, he told them: "It's none of your bust- California has weakened, di- minishing the chance for ad- ditional rain in Southern Cali- .lfornia. The weather man adds that it will be partly cloudy through Sunday, with consid crable wind in the mountains and on the desert. Meanwhile, Northern Cali fornia'x first storm of the sea- son moved inland. Heavy rain fell Friday night in Central and Northern California and Western Washington and DOG WHEN THEY told him lo gel in their police car. he re portcdly replied: 'That's not a police car. I'm not going to get in it for you or anybody else." It was then that chauffeur drove up, and was instructed by Desi to call the policf. When Riding and Cole, ol the Hollywood division felony unit, arrived and presented I.iHla change in tempera- ture. marine off Miami peasant fert ar.d Tides. Temperatures R-1. Oregon. Nearly two inches identificaiton. Arna? Tail-Wags Bandits, Bites 2 Detectives TV, B-Ifl. Vital B-2. .rain fell m six in'willinely ent in their car and "Xtf to station. NEWYORKW1 A Brooklyn watchdog got his family's friends and foes mixed up Friday. Result: Tail-wagging for two ban- dits, bared fangs and bites for two police detectives. The dog, a 20-pounder of indefinite breed, was being walked Friday hy M r s. Mary Johnson, maid for Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Silver. Two thugs appeared, bran- dished a knife and pistol, and made. Mrs. Johnson take them in the Silver home. The dog tail-wagged joy- ously while the bandits forced the maid. Mrs. Sil- ver, and her daughter, Arlene, into a bedroom, ransacked (he house and walked off with worth of silverware and in cash. Police were called and detectives John Gillen and Robert Hart nished to tha scene. The dog sot tough. He snarled, barked and nipped both men on the ankles and less. The dog's name? Luekyv   

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