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Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - October 10, 1959, Long Beach, California USW BATTLES IKE 5 BID TO END STRIKE HOME MARIE LOUISE EKSTROM Be irothed After 3-Week Courtship President's Invoking of T-H Law Hit Union Lawyers Seek j to Prevent Court Back-to-Work Order I WASHINGTON union officials drafted strate- gy today for fighting Presi- dent Eisenhower's effort lo The SvuMand's Final Evening Newspaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1959 20 PAGES PRICK CENTS TELEPHONE HE 5-1161 CLASSIFIED HE 2-51159 EDITION [Six Editions Daily] Vol. 215 Solons Demand Van Doren Talk on TV Scandals j Marie Louise Eksl.rom. 21. scnd 500j000 stccl-i Sweden" in the recent workers back lo work for Miss Universe Beauty under court orders- Ihere. and Dr. William T. Mon-i other leaders accused 25, a dentist of Rentcm. Eisenhower of "striko break- IWash., will be married for ,he Tafl- month, it was revealed labor law in the 88- I The two have known steel shutdown. The other about three weeks. President used national emer- met while Miss EkstroiTTKency provisions of the law WASHINGTON Congressmen investigating was participating in dedica- television quiz show scandals renewed'today their re- tjon of a Swedish modern sLep Frklay to f0rce a no. quest that Charles Van Doren, first big-money winner, home development area in strike "cooling off" period in accept an invitation to testify. Seattle, called Valhalla. the steel dispute. "Personally I think hc "We are now engaged and Eisenhower declared that should come." said Chairman plan to be married m the next th.e SIrike have .._... effects on the economy and Two Killed Oren Harris (D.-Ark.l as the two or three weeks.1' Dr. seriously endanger the na-j Crossing Carson St. House legislative oversight Monson said Friday night in tjcmal health an d.safcty if subcommittee quit work un'il Seattle. The young dentist is permitted to continue. He: Mondav of Swedish descent on his voiced "profound regret" thatj father's side of the family. a voluntary settlement had! Harris declined comment. J i not been reached, however, when asked whether HIS PARENTS are Mr. and the subcommitlee has any Mrs_ T K Monson of Renton. STEELWORKERS President, residents plans ln suhl'nona tn.p The bridegroom-to-be gradu- David .1, McDonald and union! year-old winner of aled from the school of den- general counsel Arthur J.; on the sea nda 1-s t a i n ed ,jstry al University of Goldberg were busy today fercd in traffic accidents. A "Twenty-one" program. Washington in June 1958. shaping battle plans for the pcdesirianltruck mishap in He js associated with Dr. opening of hearings Monday Hawaiian Gardens cl.iimcd HARRIS NOTED that Van David Lundbera. a general by a three-man presidential, Doren denied to a New York in hoard of inquiry. Union at-1 Grand Jury any knowledge MJSS Ekstrom, who is cur- torneys huddled until late Fri- that the program was rigged. ,-Cnily residing in Seattle, day night, as others have testified be- Wils chosen the most bcauli- The fact-finding board faces: The pedestrians were killed forc committee. girl in Sweden in April, an Oct. 16 deadline for re- struck by a pick-up Harris said Van Dorcn's 21-year-old beauty is the porting to Eisenhower on the1 truck al a.m. today in quest that his denial be in- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. strike issues, front of 11037 Carson St sl-rled in the subcommittee's Einar Ekslrom of Sundsval, with this report in hand. record was denied on grounds Sweden. the President was expected lo Hawaiian uainens, tnc from work a, ,hc draw- Taft-Hartley injunction and the quartz carries wire gold (Continued Page A-3. Col. 3) ing board two weeks ago. wc sjnccrcly believe that this thai can be seen by the eye. iis a shocking repudiation of "The dirt and overburden. IJADDIK1CCC CYfWANfiF own pledge of imparli- I call junk, assays nArriPICJJ jp (ne dispiuc between ....mmjssinn n, about to the ton." hc said Friday. The Twining Laboratories of Fresno made the assays but refused lo give the value until they had written permis- sion. But the laboratories ad- mitted the assays were run- ning high. HAPPINESS EXCHANGE More Than Million Given to Radio Show NF.W YORK (UPI1 Big Joe's happiness exchange began loday dispensing the cheer that a million dollars will buy. The Happiness Exchange Foundation, a nonprofit, tax-exempt organization which helps the needy with gifts received from contributors, was left 22.0fifl shares of General Motors stock by Mrs. May Page, of Bristol. Conn. Coarsegold, 30 miles north of was tbe widow of a GM vice president. Fresno. Mining engineer Lee Burns is making an exploration stir- Joe Rosenfield Jr. ever has received, vey hut says it is loo early to Nightly on radio station WABC from midnight to tell how much gold there is 4 a. m. Big Joe dispenses happiness in the form of help WOODS AND Thomas D. Young, a Wichila. Kan., oil man, have taken a mining lease on 800 acres near the basic slecl industry and the striking sleelworkers." Meanwhile, the union set a goal of increasing its strike fund to 46 million dollars by the end of 19G1. This was agreed upon Fri- day night at a caucus of sup- porters of Reuthcr making up a substantial majority of the convention's delegates. nearly At current stock exchange prices, the shares are worth which is the biggest contribution Big in the mountain. in (hose who find themselves in unfortunate situations. Woods said he and Young and accepts contributions from other listeners. are negotiating lo sell the hoLiing lo the Homestake Mining Co. for plus 10 per cent of the earnings. Mrs. Page previously had sent him hut her hrqnesl will allow his foundation to double its aid lo unfortunate people, lie expects to have 545.000 yearly income from the slock to use. WHERE TO FIND IT Page B-2 to 9 Comics Page A-6 Churches Pages A-4, 5 Page B-lft Death Notices Page A-lfl Shipping Page B-2 Pages A -8, 9 Theaters Page A-2 Tides, Page B-2 TV, Page B-lfl Vital Page B-2 Mexico President at Retreat GETTYSBURG. Pa. President Eisenhower and Mexican President Adolfo Lopez Mateos came to F.iscn- hower's Catociin Mountain retreat at Camp David, Md., today for informal talks dur- ing an overnight visit. They arrived by helicopter after a 43-minute flight from Washington. Lopez Matcos thus joins a growing list of heads of state Eisenhower has entertained al Camp David, on a mountain peak near Thurmont, Md. Russia's Nikita S. Khrush- chev and England's Harold Macmillan preceded him in recent months. t THE MEXICAN president will leave Tuesday on a tour that will take him to Chicago, New York, Otlawa. Niagara Falls and Texas. Mrs. Lopez Matcos remained in Washing- ton for the weekend. She will visil hospitals and sec the sights. The Eisenhowers enter- tained Hie Lopez Maleos par- ty Friday night at a state din- ner al lhc White House. In an exchange of toasts; Eisenhower compared t h c Mexican President to the Mexican palriol Benilo Juar- ez. Lopez Maleos returned the toast and said he thought of Juarez as a kindred soul with Abraham Lincoln. EARLIER Lopez Mateos, an admirer of the Civil War President, visited the Lincoln Memorial, the Iwo .lima sta- 'tuc, and laid a wreath at the tomb of the unknowns in Ar lington cemetery. Lopez Mateos is returning a visit Eisenhower paid him last February at Acapulco. Mexican and American Presi- dents have, been exchanging visits for 50 years. GIRL RESEMBLES PRINCESS Townsesid, Ex-Bean of Meq, Is In both instances, Vascl said, the death weapon was a .22 caliber rifle. POLICE SAID Palmer was al the Gorman Construction Co. Ihis morning when the owner. Lewis Gorman arrived. BRUSSELS. Belgium Hanrlsnmr Peter HP held Gorman at gunpoint. Townsend is engaged tn a pretty Belgian girl hearing until seven employes of the a marked resemblance to Britain's Princess Margaret, ready-mixed concrete plant ____________........ The 44-year-old former amvcd for work. group captain's engagement lo >hcm lie Marie-Luce .la- on llici flnnr nf a and then ordered (he business tobacco industrialist, was an- manager of the firm, Earnest nounced Friday night by her Pohlman to open the safe, mother. She said the wedding Pohlman opened the sate probably will he early next year. Townsend was not J. O QT S nn Oil 21-year-old magnc, daughter of a wealthy SACRAMENTO Gov. Edmund Brown will conduct able for comment. and Palmer took the money out. avail- Gorman then knocked the rifle from Palmer's hand and Marie-Luce, a petite, dark- lhc wholc RmuP JumPed a hearing Thursday to deter- hnmcuc known to her p a 'm c'' and over-powered mine whether to spare the friends as Moustique (Mos- m'm- life of convict-author Caryl has been assisting the Chessman World War II fighter ace in i The 38-year-old prisoner, a ncw of tp.nant of San Quentin's films, row since didn't askj TOKYO Communist Brown for executive clcmen- SHE MADE a trip around'chincsc guns shot down a Na- cy. His attorney did. though, 'he world with 1'ownscnd last tjonalisl Chinese reconnais- Chessman asserted in a let- year, working as a secretary.sauce bomber over north Icr that Brown, as photographer. 'China Friday, the Red New general, showed a "fixed and Townsend's romance withiChina Agency reported today, continuing bias" in the case. Princess Margaret ended inj The agency identified the He demanded lliat the gov- 1955 when she made, her dra- plane as an American-made ernor disqualify himself and'matic statement: "1 would RB57D type, a (win-engine let Ll. Gov. Glenn M. Ander- like it lo be known that I turbo-prop aircraft, son decide the clemency ques- have decided not to marry It said the plane was shnf lion. Group Capt. Peter Town- down while "carrying out Brown ignored both state- send." .harassing activities" over mcnls. They obviously were in north China. Chessman, convicted on 17 Bui Townsend was a There were no oilier de- counls of kidnap, attempted divorced man. Margaret is tails. rape and robbery in Los An- deeply religious and the The Defense Department geles, is due to die in the gas church of England objects to said in Washington it had not chamber Oct. 23. ll is his divorced persons remarrying, i been notified of any such in- Townsend divorced his wife cident. in 1052. She has remarried since. Townsend met Miss .la- n in.From Peiping Visif seventh execution date. He was condemned for kidnap- ings with bodily harm. chessman has succcdcd six in Ihc courls in poSl- Khrushchev Back i.....- imagne poning execution. The r' while stationed in _. ;Brussels. The two have been LONDON S. Supreme Court Thursday since; Khrushchev returned to Mos- .turned down Ins latest tmlr mos, rcccnt..cow ,0day from his visit tn at St. Tropez on the Peiping am! Siberian outposts iFrcnch Riviera. of the Soviet empire. Thfl I ike Townsend .'a- Soviet Premier was greeted J Imagne is fond of horseback by lop ranking Soviet dig.u- Fog and low clouds rjdinfi she aiso likes bnnks tanes as his plane touched night and early morning; :and solitude, and dislikes cos-, down fmm Novosibirsk, Moa- Sunday sunny. metics, dancing and smoking, cow radio reported.
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