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   Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - October 5, 1959, Long Beach, California                             IKE ASKS STEEL DOCK STRIKES END People Want Both Settled Fast, He Says -'Hagerty Silent '._- ;bn T-H Action in '--Longshore Tie-up PALM Eisenhower called today for swift settlement of both the steel strike and East and Gulf Coast dock'strikes. "The President believes these two strikes are detri- m'enlal to the United States and the American people, and he believes the American peo- ple want both of them settled and'setlled said White House Press Secretary James C. Hagerty. At Eisenhower's vac ation headquarters, Hagerty de- clined comment on reports that the Chief Executive.oAVII> J. McDONALD, president of United Steel- would invoke the Taft-Hart- ley Law in the dock strike be- fore the day's end. But the press secretary did volunteer that "The matter of the dock strike is now before 'the Pres- ident." SUCH MATTERS customa- rily do not get presidential attention unless use of such statutes as the Taft-Hartley Law is under serious consid- eration. In calling anew for fast sel By JOHN MOODY PITTSBURGH United Steelworkcrs to- The S 't 'Finest Evening Newspaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., MONDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1959 Vol. No. 210 F RICG 10 CENTS TELEPHONE HE 5-1181 CLASSIFIED HE 2-5959 34 PAOhS HOME EDITION (Six Editions Daily) Craig, Wynn lurlasl. A. Seeks No. 3 Alston Men Rule 17-10 Favorites to Take Series Bv United Press International The Los Angeles Dodgers, leading two games to one, figured they faced their big- workers, raises hand to shield his eyes from the njng the Scries jn glare of photographers' lights as he prepares to games. tell newsmen.the union's wage policy committee Now 17-10 favorites to win rejected industry Wifephoto.) Steel Workers Reject Proposal ithe Series, the Dodger players 'believed if they could beat Wynn they would wrap the Scries up Tuesday. But they agreed that beating Wynn, who shut them out, 11-0. in jthe first game, was a big job. I "But we're rolling 'said manager Waller Alston, iafter admitting the Dodgers tlement of the steel strike, Eisenhower through Hagerty the policy committee of the steel day rejected an industry offer to end the Lunik III Opens Way to Venus, Mars, Russ Say By HENRY SHAPIRO MOSCOW The Soviet Union's third lunar rocket was almost two-thirds of the way to its target today on a course that should swing it around the moon. A Russian scientist said it has paved the way for flights to Mars 'and Venus "in the immediate fu- ture." i I Q D workers' union had just re- nationwide steel strike. Shortly afterwards the industry; largest World Series crowd jected new settlement propo- resumed negotiations after declaring it is not willing: .sals made by management to buy at the risk of promoting inflation. tans wno jammed representatives. LL As the npU-Hre develop- Los AnReles Memor'al Co1" said Hag- I seum. arty, wants me to expressjf I, f His'.keen disappointment there has been no meeting of minds to date in settling thisi i C steel strike through collec-1 Y Qf Q live bargaining. "He also wants me lo I peat the sense nf the slate- N T Line ment he made at his press) conference (a week and Ihe sense of the statement he- made in Washington the he saw representati both management and occurred hwe Presi. dent Eisenhower again called; for swift settlement of the HE NAMED Roger who took that first game! strike. He has implied he oppose tnej invoke Ihe Taft-Hartley ace whn won 22] to get the and during The Tass news agency saidj If that by 8 p.m. Moscow time' 0 the "interplanetary space sta- tion" had reached a distance- of miles from earth.j The moon is approximately! miles from earth. The' Tass said data received from the rocket "confirm the high -rQKYO U.S. air- cision achieved in putting thc.men anf, a group of japanese rocket into its set cla_shet) in a bloody !hrawl in nearby Tachikawa V. F. PROSKURIN, a physi-'Sunday cist of the U.S.S.R. Academy air policeman was Sciences, said over by a flying beer jRadio tonight (hat the rocket bottlc Anolner had to beat jhas been given a speed way through an angry 'signed to make its trajectory crowd of Japanese with his GABOR AND NEW HUSBAND ian eclipse around thc stick Actress Eva Gabor and her new husband, Richard ;and moon- The Air Force put an off- Brown, 36-year-old textile manufacturer from BaXradioVcloscope who'litllits hnn New York City, join hands to slice cake following iare tracking thc moon pr0bc wedding in Las Vegas Sunday. II's her fourth mar- Wjth the help of Soviet Air Base America's big- riage, his second. Story Page Photo.) jmessaged from Moscow, con- ges, ajr suppiy terminal in progress a settlement. itower of strength for thej NEW YORK union The wage policy commitlee'Dodgers, after being recalled Ike and Brown Golf, Not Together firmed the Tass statement of Japan. accuracy by saying Ihe rock- japanesc poljce held four let's signals indicated it ,he Japanese men for in- on course.) of assault The Air I Force said it does nol con- and template any punishment of THE SOVIET PRESS radio hailed the success the new lunar probe attempt, The injlira) air PALM SPRINGS (A Russian scientists Airman ;i c Rohcn c. crlons, 11 Clll I1C -j t IjlYl O r I IN Vj .5 I Mm i I 11 rt 1 11, WHS All Mitt 11 A.. IMM lhe dayjleaders from por.s along the of the USW, which SeaUeN 11 Sovje( 22. How ves of least and gulf coasts industry offer, stood byigames wnne losing ,1. _' s p a c e program was labor "'.THnirm.slv today to -fternVmn for another; "I didn't have it at Chicago, call on vacationing Republican President Kisenhowcr, _ inijui. looay TO noiu iun today flve'day but I figure I'm due for a good went golfing today. But not with the The industry spokesman, R.jgame Craig said. Eisenhower, after attend- -the line" ..AT HIS NEWS conference, Eisenhower said he was get- ting sick and tired of the ests- rejecled by steel strike impasse. He said1 The executive board of thc provided a 15-cenl throng the shutdown must end. International Longshoremen'si'y package "providing for in-'pated. In Washington last Wednes-lAssnincludingl6 vice waRes and benefits. day. Eisenhower held separate; conferences with industry and1 itary bases at Ihe moon. But ___.....________........._ ._. ;Qne scientist, M, N. Gncvy- ft f f> f T strike against shipping offer! Today's game was a 1 l-10.ing 'tp her husband, who admits'shev, laid a basis for future O Ihe USW wouldlpick'em affair with another, business was on lhelnavinR trollllle Breaking 100. ispace tries with his state-: in .Eldorado Country Club ispace tries with his state-: .ment about thc present effort IT WAS OBVIOUS that the paving the way for flights to union representatives. He told them he would expect settle- ment negotiations to have over the period of two IN NAMING WYNN, Man .1. McDonald, Al of (he White'drink _ out with the usual jgovcrnor had no, come ,0 ,llc Mars and Venus. rQV -his host, George Allen; soft deserl to la olf. The ro i i George Allen; softjdeserl to piay The proj A big question remained: tycoon William Robin- at Jhunderbird outfitted him Will Ihe rockel circle the, intended Canada lo Brownsville, of the USW, said bemoaned the lack of son and Freeman Gosden. shoes, cap__and even moon as took the action at a two-hour wage policy committee hits in Sunday's morning routine has j meeting. jecled the industry offer "1 can't recall when we varied little since the Presi-j Brown, a Democratic EAST SI. LOUIS, 111 and'.Teachevs went on strike to- ipholograph the against the nearby Ca- hokia Piililic School System, been initiated by the time hei Meantime representatives !cause it was "completely i ever gol to a pitcher for llldent arrived in this darkhorsc, Tass said the rocket would snme pupils are returns to Washington later' f. .unsatisfactory." 'hits and 5 walks in 6 innings'area last Wednesday. realizes that the quickestjreach its closest point to the enrolled in nine schools. this week. ior uotn side in the striKe were, as we did to Don nrysdalei Gov. Brown, acting ,0 nlake politi-imoon at 5 p.m. Tuesday, add- Some pupils reported for As a result, negotiations impeded to meet separately TO Cnoper :and not he declared.jand more like a politician ca] news is tn hjmSelMng that it will then be classes although the IS bus were resumed. jlater today with federal medi- .The union the way it goes some-iwho wants to become betterinvaiiabic to the men from the moon. (drivers serving the school In his statement today no-.ators. ;in their'demands for highly 'imp-s outnit 'em- butjknown outside his own lt- The had picked up only paro- ling the new obstacle in the; But there--was practically inflationary wage and benefit they get 'em when they needichnse three members of the, Tncre appcars to be no that the rocket would school children on their ey conjincreases and proposed a set-i'em. That's the way it was." White House press corps reason foj. Brown to _. Ly wuuiu LUII f r -j nartnpr.i. Thpv werp Laur-me c___, __ way of settlement, Hagerty; no hope tnat tney said: "Despite the action taken today by the policy commit- tee of the union he (Eisen- hower) remains persuaded that the American people want the strike settled promptly, and he renews his fer with each other. A media lor doubled Ihere would bei tlement that would call for! He didn't go along with his -hnrtitnn inrrpasfs Slal SnOI ISIOD, intreases v, Anaririo rtpdi that rnnlri am mint tn or1 jo nt negot at ons before next tnal coum amounl ou n id mi ME i He iini u 1111 iciu month. THE .PROSPECT of no ance Burd of the Tribune; Carleton more cents an hour over a for pinch-hitter Carl ihrpp nprinri game-winning base hit in the a v r a g inning. Post-Dispatch. an hour heforegthe; "II was same for both. Brown and the President _____________________ the far side of thelmorning round. The buses partners. They were milcs from Los Angeles moon and transmit picturesjserve both public and paro- attend a cocktail-buffet at of it back to earth by radio chial schools. Kent of whjch many of the nation'sjsignal. the Chicago Sun-Times; writers wcre t Raymond Brandl of the of honor Brown rocke( his wife showed up at vicinity of the sibility that the government Quinta Hotel for thc party.Tuesday afternoon, Tass said up intensive negotiations through the apparatus of free collective bargaining to just this strike." Cooper said the union's Larry Sherry, a hero was called by the Cajiokia Federation of Teachers, Local 1272, which claimed to represent 110 of The economic impact Car Rams Train, This is longer than the Nab Soldier With Guns in Guitar Case walkout by dock work- the nation in tarv non-inflationary settle- ment clearly reveals the the throes of the most (Contimied pafie A-5, Col. 1) and 4.) fteel strike in its complaims would be back in the (Additional stories and features on Pages C-l, 3 I If the efforts of Federat- JMediator Robert H. Moorej ifail to crack the negotiation I OKLAHOMA CITY President Eisen-j the 180 teachers. Three pickets were posted al each of the schools. Some 40 cus- jlodians refused lo cross thc pickel. lines. lime taken by either of the The union teachers are. in FnmJIv KlllpfJ previous Soviet moon an annual wage in- 3 in raillliy IXIIICU ias( jan-icreH.sc of SSOO. The present newspapers, followed her bus-. LAPEER. Mich. car "nd the second last'pay scale in the district carrying a Family of eighfnmith. jranges from to iskidded through mist into the. is because thc third The district, in a rapidly 'side nf a train Sunday as (ho roc k e launched Sunday growing area of residential 'I WASN'T SCARED JUST HUNGRY' father tried frantically to morning, has been given u b d i v i s i o n s. has been I I liviiwixi brake lo a stop slower speed so that it caniplagued with f i n a n c i A I Five persons were killed. nrnil- arallnd, and-troubles. District Supt. Roh- band's foursome. She is (1 or 15 strokes better- Police arrested a 21-year old Ft. Sill, Okla., soldier at Will Rogers Field early today after hower could invoke the Taft- Hartley Law for an 80-day return to work period. Airliner Guides Pilot Lost in Fog four of them children. The retllrn lhp with officials of the Interna a guitar case bearing two; Moore was not optimistic, sub-machine guns flew was scheduled to meet as it was being prepared for loading aboard an airliner. Officer William J. Codiran identified t h c soldier as BROCKTON. Mass. Guy L. Stultz, 24, of Brock- ton, a private pilot who was led to safety by an airliner tional Longshoremen's Assn.! Sllnday after becoming lost first today, then confer with in an overcast, said today representatives of the Newi "I wasn't scared, just hun- Toben Taylor Ewell who said'York Shipper's Assn. gry." he was AWOL. Stultz was directed to an The soldier was arrested "THE SITUATION looks al- ajrport at Schnectady, N. after officers ware notified of'most hopeless for the immedi-j y., by Capt. Walter Moran, the weapons in the guitar ate future." he declared. Hei flying a four-engine Ameri- oase. He was also carrying a reported no yielding in posi- can Airlines DC6 with 25 brief case which containcdjtions over the weekends passengers aboard. Moran two .45 caliber pistols, heard Stultz and the Al- oral rounds of ammunition: "My honest opinion is that: bany. N. control and machine gun clips. 'we'd be darn lucky to negoti-i tower trying the make con- The soldier offered no re- jate an agreement by Nov. tact. sistance. He was enroufe to Lawyers at the National] "I wondered what the St. Louis the oficcr said, and Labor Relations Board in! passengers in the DC6 were was wearing thc insignia of Washington worked on plans] Stultz said. "I an artillery second lieutenant to go to court for an tnjunc- finally spotted the plane but identification paper s in advance of any when it was eight miles showed he was a private first W of thc Taft-Hartlfy rmor- away. Thf pilot pullod Has? gcnry provisions. alongside mfi. about 50ft feet away. He slowed his plane down to 120 miles an hour and I had mine wide open at 110 miles an hour. I was afraid I'd lose sight of him. Finally he cir- cled back until I caught up with him. "Capl. Moran kepi ask- ing me if.l was nervous. I wasn't scared, just hungry. "MY INSTRUCTORS had always emphasized keeping calm in the tight spots and I always gol an A in emer- gency procedures "Capt. Moran a .1 ri 1 talked most of thc way in- to the airport. Most of it was routine about altitude, heading, regular jot Al- hanv. 1 mid him 1 couldn't of erl F. Catlett said money for mother and two other children carlh' Pass sald' waRe increase is not were injured. v 'available. Dead are Lynn D. Morris. "AS IS KNOWN, the first ,18, and four of his six chil- and sccnnd cnsmjc rockels Water Mam Bursts, get in because of fop, we decided to keep going. "I found a hole over the dren: Marsha', Michae1-3: (Continued Page A-5. Col. 6) N. Y. Traffic Snarled Schenecrady Airport, dropped into H and landed wi I hou I trouble. He (Moran) stayed above me until I headed in for a landing. "1 had only fnur gallons of gas left whr.n 1 cut the motor. I jumped out and ran to the nearest restau- rant. The captain was great. I'm going to write him a letter and thank him for his wonderful job." Stultz had become lost while flying from Mans- field, Mass., to Buffalo. N.Y. in a single-engine Cessna 120. Moran's olanr en routr frnm Rncirin In George, 2; and .loy. 7 mnnlhs. WHERE TO FIND ,T Important civil rights de- cisions are foreseen with the1, I NFW YORK M- 'inch water main hurst in mid- [Manhattan early today, loourcd water through the for one and one-half persons were drowned anf) pmduccd a king- .opening of the new session-neavy fog Sunday on theirj" fr of the United Slate Supreme way town of St.ls Page A-.'t. HELSINKI Iffi Beach B-l. Hal B-7. B-7.' B-S, S. C-6. B-6. sized traffic snarl. lo the town of St.1 Twn were injured ;Michel. in south Finland, (noy weak- Celebrate the feast day of pavcmfin( as they at- town's patron saint. !tcmptcd to reach the break, Their motorboat blncks east of Grand cen- iwith another boat and cut ___ Pielisjarvi and was two. The 21 persons aboard: iwerc tumbled into the water.] on Lakc tral Terminal. Weather Shipping C-S. ;and only six were saved. C-l to 5. C-6. Tides, shore, but due to the fog.: tonieht and early TV, C-1J. in B-7. S. The accident occurred only Increasing fog and low about 200 yards from the; nMr the coast rescue boats were slow reaching the scene and had', trouhlf finding the victims. Tuesday.   

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