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Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - October 13, 1959, Long Beach, California U. S. ORBITS GYROSCOPE SATELLITE Explorer VII to Seek Space Flight Answers Tress Soutliland's Finest Eveimig Newspaper SATELLITE SHOWN ABOVE during recent test at Army center in Huntsville, Ala., is carried aloft (below) today atop a Juno II rocket, which leans toward an orbit after firing at Cape Canaveral, Wirephotos) U. N. Delays Balloting on Council Seat UNITED NATIONS UP) Efforts to fill a vacant seat in the U.N. Security Council to- day were suspended until next Monday after 25 ballots failed to break a stubborn East- West deadlock. Communist Poland contin- ued to lead western-supported Turkey throughout the two1 days of secret voting in the: 82-nation General Assembly. It was not able, however, toj muster the required two- thirds majority. A few delegates tried to start a compromise switch tol Yugoslavia, but this failed gain momentum. It was then! agreed to drop the balloting to permit consultation among U.N. diplomats. 'I: THE VOTE ON the 25th and final ballot was 43 for Poland and 36 for Turkey. This represented only a slight shift from Monday and was exactly the same as the ballot, which opened this! morning's session. j The election of Poland toi the Economic and Social! Council Monday failed to pro- duce the major switch some western diplomats expected. These delegates had believed that many countries would not feel like supporting Po- land for scats in two major U.N. councils. IN AN ATTEMPT to head off any such switch, the So- viet Union issued a statement urging Poland's supporters to stand firm. The United States has con- tended ever since Poland be- came a candidate for the two councils that she should ,-ejected the con hold both seats at once and] supported her for ECOSOC. LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1959 Vol. 217 PRICE 10 CENTS 38 PAGES TELEPHONE HE 5-1161 CLASSIFIED HE 2-5959 HOME EDITION (Six Editions Daily) Ike on Hand to Open Up Kan. Library Warns Mankind Must Cooperate in Order to Exist By ARTHUR EDSON ABILENE, Kan. dent Eisenhower flew back to his old home town today to help start a library in his honor and to warn that only by cooperation can mankind hope to exist. "The world must learn to work Eisenhower said, "or finally it will not work at all." The President came hack to the town where he grew up on the coldest day of the year. The temperature was in the mid-40s, but he got a warm welcome to make up for the weather. The crowd spilled all over the flat Kansas police estimated it at almost youngsters were everywhere. ONE SIGN held up by 'school children read: "Wei- come Home, Mr. President. Happy Birthday." Eisenhower will be 69 Wednesday so this ground breaking for a library to hold his presidential and military papers is a sort of birthday! gift. i Eisenhower arrived wearing, a broad smile and a light top' coat. He took the topcoat off, despite the chilly weather, j The smile he kept on through- out most of the ceremonies. The President began with a look at the early life and times of Dwight D. Eisen- I 1 A WINTRY HARVEST Mrs. Henry I. Hewitt digs through snow to harvest final crop of tomatoes at her Minneapolis home Monday. A two-inch snowfall, first of the winter, beat the normal season by several weeks. Minneapolis and the surrounding area were blanketed. Temperatures stayed in the mid-30s and most of the fall melted as it hit the ground but trees and bushes retained a generous capping of white. Traffic was slowed by Wirephoto) Will Report on Weather Causes, Too CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. The United States put linto orbit today a new "gyro- satellite expected to 'answer many questions about space and weather. The satellite, named Ex- plorer VII, was put aloft with ia powerful Juno II rocket i fired here at a.m. Edt. In Washington, the Na- tional Space Agency an- nounced at p.m. that "Explorer VII is in orbit." howcr The satellite had completed "We did not then know S Unemployment fell by one complete orbit around theiterm 'world he said today the tclcvision to also pri- earth shortly before the was peaceful, se- whiz had not in any way marj, due to lhe job.sceking nouncement, an agencyirene hannv'" .evaded service of a congres-i nappy. leavine thp abor spokesman snid. I Todav the President said !sional committep's s IML WeiehiiiE 91 Vi nounds nnri rpidv to icrrnt to resume w cloning jjuunus, LIU., t jig entire world is Cciciy 10 iiic satellite's main goal is growth isummons at any time, study cosmic "Burdensome surpluses Van Doren's father and of which is a keyjeven those of said at the elder Van to space travel by man. the President toldlDoren's Connecticut Deny Quiz U. S. Jobs Decrease Ducking by m Month WASHINGTON (AP) National employment fell OrM off seasonally by to in September This drop was expected because of the return of tem- NliW YORK (UPI) employed students to school. 'Charles Van Doren's attorney: u, ee mMhon n sed the e J of President jfjV I Union Chief Dares Steel to Talk Pact Unable to Reach Industry Officials, Says McDonald WASHINGTON (UPI) iteelworkers President David J. McDonald today challenged leaders of the steel industry to sit down with him and negotiate a settlement of the three-month-old steel strike. "I personally would like to sit down with these chief executive officers, the men who have the responsibility, and talk out the Mc- Donald said. He complained of being unable to reach any top industry officials. McDonald made his state- ments to President Eisenhow- :r's fact-finding board which is racing the calendar in an attempt either to settle the dispute or issue a report to the President by midnight Friday. v THE PRESIDENT instruct- ed the fact-finders to seek first of all a settlement be- tween labor and management. That failing, the government will go into court and seek an injunction that would halt the strike for an 80-day "cool- ing-off" period. Before McDonald testified, the chairman of the fact-find- ing board sharply criticized both sides for failing to reach a common ground. He said the whole process of peaceful negotiation is endangered by the strike. Monday night, McDonald told two General Motors offi- cials that they could end the strike next week if they brought pressure on the steel industry. McDonald charged at to- :lay's board hearing that iieetings with industry offi- cials so far have been merely .1 "public relations game." THE 76-FOOT rocket surpluses. !an audience very conscious ofjthat the young Columbia to fl his hat on the, i Ir____ XT....-Labor Department building; WASHINGTON frown ponderously from its launch- ing pad. It accelerated rapid- ly and, after about 40 seconds, arched high in the sky and headed toward the northeast, spurting a brilliant tail of fire. A minute later it vanished in ia cloud bank. Twenty-five minutes after launching it was announced that all four stages of the rocket fired successfully and performed according to plan. It was the second space shot of the day from the Cape. Earlier, a B47 bomber launched a 37-foot Bold Orion missile, aiming it at a point 10 miles in front of the Ex- plorer VI "paddle wheel" sat- ellite. At the time the satel- i was ifessor had returned to New _. "Indeed the world may City after a long week-.steps' lend in New England. "I HAVE FAILED to be able to sit down with these he shouted. "I hereby challenge these gen- (Continued Page A-5, Co.. I) RESCUE, DEATH SACRAMENTO Gov (Continued Page A-5, Col. 3) v Tot Toddles Back Into Flaming House TROY, N.Y. year-old Sandra Duval, who had been carried to safety by her mother when firs swept her home early to- day, slipped away, toddled back into the house and was burned to death. The mother, Mrs. Shirley D u v a 1, 22, also had brought her 2 year old father was away at the time. His attorney, Carl said: "Van Dnren is within easy reach of men and there will be no difficulty in serving it jdcnt Eisenhower was served.tlemen to come to Washing- MITCHELL has pledged tripie order of gifls Monday! ton and let lls to work and ido just that if 'the when he went out to'get an agreement." idle" figur, was above three dinner with White House million. Inewsmen. wHness. Seymour Wolfbein, deputy] Eisenhower and visiting (Continued Page A-5, Col. 4) ut. ii v in v in t, 11. fit (the all the com- of, lab.or'1 President Adolfo Lope, _ _ .c.'nH that U'ifh thp ctrilcp said that with the steel strike Ma-' mittce has to do is let me of Mexico were know when and where the In In want to serve it." ment total for October the annual stag dinner of' ably will exceed three million.jthe White House Correspond-' HUBINO WAS indignant at: Wolfbein said that layoffs em's Assn. in a Washington, charges that Van Doren lo lhe stee! slnke deliberately disappeared early Oc-, wno he 69 lavoid service of the ..a lon Wednesday received__ Ito before the .Stnkm8 ve> _ 21- He said that the rate of lay-j From the White House re-.year-old mother has admitted Ito testify before the dlie to the steel A duplicate of "Ca-'she fatally beat her 11-month- could not 'possibly a the famous son Juf before heen evad ng he! !has week and may to used to i (Continued Page A-5, 1) ,soon. many tournaments Jones. Because of the strong back- ing for the Turks, the Poles' governor disqualify himself in the Caryl Chessman case. Brown said he would per- showing in the Security Coun-i race constituted a threat ,sonally a clemency to American prestige. Thurf ay morning for the convicted prowler of Los lAngeles lovers' lanes. WHERE TO FIND IT Chessman is scheduled to House probers want to'be executed Oct. 23. know if Charles Van Doren'sj "Mr. Chessman will be self confidence on a TV or no worse show stemmed from before-Khan anyone the govcr- hnnd-knowledge of questions told his news conference. and answers. Page B-9. Hal B-8. B-II. D-2, 3. D-2. Death B-2. B-10. B-S. Shipping D-4. C-I to 4. C-6. Tides, TV, C-8. B-II. B-f, S. fi. He said lie would like to disqualify himself in every death penalty case but that the governor "can't abdicate Ihis duties." Tf rt jshcnfl s officers said today. Mrs. Barbara Troxelj wjfe was on hand to make the of an Air Force sergeant, told .presentation. jofficers the story from her From Lopez Matcos: A bed in tne maternity ward of jlarge bronze bust of Eisen- "osPita1' b iiffs Sgt. Tom Spencer said. by the famous Mexi- t sculptor, Escobedo. SIIE GAVE BIRTH Satllr. From Mexican newsmen, urday to her second son. Ihere with Lopez Mateos: A' Her first child, Larry, died leather golf bag inscribed! Monday in McClellan Air "We Also Like Ike." Force Base Hospital. He would have been II months ANOTHER SURPRISE gift I old today. gold present- ed by the Washington report- ers to James J. Rowley, Se- cret Service agent in charge of the White House detail. Monday's gift-giving se- quence for the President Spencer said Mrs. stated she became Sgt. Troxel angered at Larry last Thurs- day because he wouldn't stop crying. She said she picked him up by the heels and banged his head against the CHESSMAN, in a letter last week, accused Brown of bias and urged him to let Lt. Gov. M. Anderson decide the !clemency question. Brown said that since be- coming governor in January. A PUTTER FOR THE PRESIDENT feeding, him Bobby Jones, a golfing great, presents a duplicate of his famous putter "Calamity Jane" to President :Pl.esident tur started at noon when a floor of their home baby elephant arrived on thejin suburban Del Paso Heights. White House grounds. Named No charges have been filed Dzimbo, the elephant is 14.against Mrs. Troxel, who re- months old and weighs in the hospital. pounds. I--------------- Dzimbo was a gift of the! 1 L jFrench Community of African S Q T M I 'Republics. After personally! .he instituted a- system of. clemency hearings and "I in-i U( d carrot, the President turned the elephant low c ouds but (Continued Paer Col. 4} (he New York Eisenhower at the annual dinner of the While Correspondents Assn. Center is Felix Belair Jr. of ;over to fhe Washington Na- otherwise mostly sunny. imej. The puller was made, from a flay casting of thr. (AP Wirep'ioto) tional Zoo. Slightly warmer.
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