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   Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - October 9, 1959, Long Beach, California                             FIERY CRASH KILLS 9 COEDS, TEACHER ITS AN OLD LATIN CUSTOM President Eisenhower and Mexican President Adolfo Lopez Mateos embrace in the traditional Latin manner as the visitor alights from plane on arrival in Washington today. At right is Mrs. Lopez Wirephoto) I The Southland's Fuiest Bvtning Newspaper Vol. 214 42 PAGES LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., FRIDAY OCTOBER 9, 1959 PRICE 10 CENTS TELEPHONE HE 5-1161 CLASSIFIED HE 2-51158 HOME EDITION (Six Editions Daily) British Back Macmillan Party in Vote Landslide Conservative Edge Doubles in Parliament London Stocks Soar as 23 Laborite Candidates Ousted Eisenhower Mighty Ovation Greets Prexy Awaits Dodgers imillan's Conservative govern- l The world champion Los Angeles Dodgers return returned to power today Los Angeles this afternoon for a gala civic reception at'with its majority in the House [International Airport. The Dodgers' chartered I., 6 'A landslide vote of confi- By JOSEPH U. H1NSHAW j's scheduled to land at p. m. idcncc gave lhe conservatives Mayor Morris Poulson and a tnird term and senl tne Lon. Told TV Quiz Lies Urged 'most of the City Council will ijoin baseball fans in greeting don Stock Exchange into a turmoil of buying which the team, which Thursday iadded many millions of dol- liars to stock values. won the baseball crown by r I Nearly complete returns defeating the Chicago White showed the voters had ousted ao.x of the American Leaguei ;the Labor Party's members o fLAMES WASHINGTON (UP I) Mexican President Adolfo Lopez Mateos was greeted warmly by President Eisen- hower today as he arrived here today for top-level con- ferences and an II-day tour of this country and Canada. Lopez Mateos, who greeted at the airport by the; WASHINGTON Thfi indicatod ma.orjty tlie Conservatives in the 630-, POSSIBLY Rodger member House of Commons is; show testified today he ad-jsupportcrs arc cxpcctcd to 100. vised about 30 contestants hand when the ball club lie to the New York grandj arrives at thc airport, jury investigating rigging of: Also Present will be film 9-to-3 at Comisky Park in the City. He declared to- day "Baseball Champions of IWindy Lino "I President, expressed confi-jformer producer of the "Tic; dence that their talks would Tac Dough" television quiz' at the airport victory party, fired last week by the Na- KTTV will televise the ar- tional Broadcasting Co. be- rival and interviews with the cause he would not make anjp yers- affidavit that contestants had ADOLFO L. MATEOS Begins State Visit show there will always be a "place in the world" lor the United States and Mexico to grow. He told Eisenhower the Mexican people "recognize you as their friend." IN REPLY, Eisenhower said the two nations have a "com Parliament in 23 districts. The Conservatives took over in all 23. MACMILLAN'S party, ain's nearest approach to the SWEEP BUS, TRUCK IN EASTERN TRAGEDY Fire bus (left) and tank truck (right) after collision on a rain-swept road in North Brunswick, N. J., early today. The bus was carrying 40 Trenton State College girls home from a theater such programs and television (picture, additional _. including Desi Arnaz, whoi cinrlpc nn PSPP A-T> The testimony came from wjl, be bmaster of ceremonies slories on PaBe A 3'> Howard Felsher, who not been given assistance. THE PREDICTION of 000 Felsher also told the House and city officials to warn investigating would be no parking that on the night version ofifor such a turllout, and that nnn almrift aircraft workers will Pier Tie-up Ends Under U.S. Order NEW YORK free-enterprise and Gulf Coast ports sprang rode a wave of prosperity to victory. And today investors were betting that the Tory policies to life again today after an eight-day strike by dock workers. The longshoremen bowed to will keep the nation on the federal pressure, applied from grceters caused airport prosperity beam. They bought! the top by President Eisen- shares with such gusto that an index of the London mar- ket at noon was up 16.8 points to 285.4 for the biggest daily _ IHU.UVJU rtlll-lalL WUI KCI S Wllll1-1-' tin- Tac Dough about ,5 homeward bound at ever recorded. cent of the were rigged. performances FELSHER SAID the large scale rigging took place after time. The Conservatives' majority hower, and went back to work pending further efforts to work out new contracts with employers. The Association of Ameri- can Railroads quickly liftec Some 50 airlines are sched-'Stood at 100 when counting an embargo which had been uled to land at the airport be- stopped for the afternoon against rail freight tween 5 and 7 p.m. he became producer of the'Thursday's win: Said Poulson following only six districts still to re-1 shipments to ports of the two (coasts. Macmillan's majority in the1 cargo handles in the Port night-time show in April 1958.' 'This is one of the biggestlPrevious House of Commons Of New York led the back-to- :n., I.T- r-_ wns 53 work movement and "'thrills of my life. Los Angeles wos 53- The percentage of jndecd {he dly the questioning by Robert Lisman, counsel for a House: movement and union officials said the return from THE LATEST tabulation'Maine to Texas was 100 per have n.'gave thc Conservatives 362 cenl as morning shifts began. Jseats, a net gain of 23, all shows, who asked: "Is it true that on 75 perj cent FRANK G. BONELLI, chair- or more of the evening rmanrps that nno nr ma" tlle performances that one orj ;more contestants was mon objective in the qucstions and Alston visors said "everyone from for peace." "We feel that we are more than merely geographical Eisenhower said. "We are proud to call you our friends and we hope that you feel the same way toward us." After the 49-year-old Mexi- can leader stepped down from the turboprop airliner which brought him here from Mexico City, the two leaders; bat boy in "I would say in that vicin- Felsher answered. is to be commended" for the victory. Crooner Bing Crosby de- 't i i Felsher acknowledged 8re.at 'l's won- he had denied giving help to have !he champion- contestants when he first ap-lsh'P here' The fans deserve jt because they supported their (Continued Page A-4, Col. 4) team of opportunists." won from Labor. The Labor- THE UNION had directed ites held 257 seats and move jn telegrams to of Liberals 5. The Conservatives counted on past performance to give them three of the outstanding seats, to one each for Labor, Liberal and an independent. That would make the final Conservative total of seats 365 against 265 for the com- bined opposition. This major- ity of exactly 100 would be a (Continued Page A-4, Col. 2) exchange of public greetings. LOPEZ MATEOS, as head of a foreign state, was given the same full military honors accorded to Soviet Premier Nikita month. S. Khruschev last Capture 3 Calif Desperadoes 3 Girls at Florida Motel APALACHICOLA.Fla. set of burglar's tools in thei THEY WERE ARRESTED Montana THE MEN were to be ar at this little northwest Florida fishing village when Mr. and Ificials around thc country Thursday night. The Cunard liner Maure- tania docked in New York only a few minutes after the longshoremen returned to their jobs. Lines of trucks streamed to two big liners whose sailing had been delayed for lack of some provisions. They were; the United States liner Amer- ica, whose sailing had been postponed from today iintil Saturday and the American Export liner Constitution, de- layed from Tuesday until Saturday. CONSOLED Swathed in BY MOTHER bandages, Dorothy Weismantel, 19, Ike Silenf on Move in Steel Strife WASHINGTON dent Eisenhower conferred for an hour on the steel strike with four cabinet offi- cers today, but the White House refused to say wheth- er a Taft-Hartley back-to- work injunction was immi- nent. Press Secretary James C. Hagerty told newsmen that Secretary of Labor James P. Mitchell reported on his con- ference in New York City Thursday with President Da- vid J. McDonald and other top officers of the striking steelworkers. OTHERS PRESENT in- cluding Secretary of the Treasury Robert B. Anderson, Atty. Gen. William P. Rogers and Secretary of Commerce Frederick gave Eisenhower reports on the dispute which has halted 87 per cent of the country's basic 'steel output for 87 days, Hag- one of the victims of fiery bus-truck collision in said, but he then added: "That's all I'm going to say ow." The press secretary refused to state whether anything further could be expected from the White House today on whether the decision on invoking the 80-day, cooling- off injunction machinery of the labor law "now is m the President's hands." The cabinet group and sev- New Jersey, is consoled in a hospital by her mother, Mrs. Harold Weismantel. (AP Photo) 9 Coeds, Professor in Bus By RUSSELL H. MULLEN NORTH BRUNSWICK, N. ,1. tank truck A federal court order through nighttime fog and rain smashed into Page A-4, Col. sued here Thursday rcar of a hus coeds today Ninc school girls who picked up! three young burglars for a! "TV" "n TiMrs- Tony J- Bates- Allamic ana uu" L-oasls' Jraigned today before U. S Judge Irving R. Kaufman, brought an end to the walk- out that stranded over 200 freighters in harbors along !the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts. -country romance in Myra Sims thc Sicsta became istolen car solemnly advised Tallahassee. Fla. The after reading news- Khrushchev got a cool teenagers today not to were held here, wi thou Counts ot the search. ,rrect welcome hut [charges, to be returned correct welcome but pvamnip 'charge: tremendous crowds. In 'their parents at 7 trast, Lopez Ma.eos wasj. don l know wliat They left Helena called Shenff greeted warmly but theilnto said Sherry nd had becn ,he'Marshall, who _stopped crowds along thc pa radejDowell. 16, in a jail-cell of a nation wide, couPIci> Jllsl as I route were substantially view. "Somebody should use.search. ,were leaving tne motel, smaller. their heads. I feel sure li The men were George R. The Mexican president is1 didn't." iJann. 29, Frank H. Spicer, 24, returning Eisenhower's visit! The girls and the three con- and Frank I. Fisher, 20. Jann to Acapulco last were arrested as theyjand Spicer were cell mates in Eisenhower recalled that visitjlcft a motel here Thursday California jails. 0. acting under Taft-Hartley Act at government request, issued a temporary 10-day re- strainer. girls and a professor were burned to death. Their bus was part of ai two-bus caravan the bus, some with to Trenton State Collegeitncir clothing and hair afire. Oct. 15, when the court will from a theater party in New York. The two buses with about 20 miles of their 60-mile Eleven girls and the truck homeward trip to go, slowed for a traffic light in the rain Kaufman set t.hearing tor driver were injured. Someland f T, rst blis jn thc IK i i t r burned over much ofi hear arguments on whether hH o n H h thelr bodlcs- Otllcrs suffered lv.avlllg llll; j The girls' bare cell on the "10re days' floor of thc county here resembled a high Their to order an injunction for 701 Weather Variable cloudiness late tonight and early r... j t- r u h Salurday- hllt Costly ished memories" of his years; found two rifles, a shotgun.iand unlawful flight to avoid P opposite, slinny Saturday after- when he told Lopez Mateos it a gaudy car stolen at The men were under federal was "one of the most cher-iSnohomish, Wash. Police charges of automobile theft as President. five sticks of dynamite and a prosecution. I (Continued Page A-4, Col. 1) i noon. broken bones in the flaming tragedy on U. S. Route 1. 4l V v THINGS HAPPENED so quickly survivors could give no clear description of the tragedy. The picture they painted was one of explo- sions, flame and panicky co- eds choking and tumbling caravan made it through thc amber light. The second one stopped. The empty tank truck loomed out of the mist, hit WHERE TO FIND IT Soviet Union proposes cre- ation of world control organ to supervise Khrushchev's total disarmament plan. Story on Page A-2. Beach B-I. Hal B-9. Bridged-Page B-9. D-3 to 12. C-6, 7. B-IO. B-8. B-3. the bus and knocked it'into the other lane. I I1: ft I THE GAS TANK in thc[ rear of the bus exploded first.! Dr. Ernest Sixta, 40, profes- (Continued Page A-4, 7) C-I to 5. B-6, 7. Tides, TV, D-I. B-9. B-4, 5. Your A-2.   

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