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   Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - October 19, 1959, Long Beach, California                             I Us for Steel Strike Injunction LAS VEGAS CEREMONY Age 41 OCTOGENARIAN'ACTOR Charles Coburri and the 'former Mrs.'Winnifred Ge'an.Clements Natzka, 41, kiss on their, return to Los Angeles Sunday night following their marriage in Las v HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Charles Coburn, monocled 83-year-old actor who believes that "sex appeal, like smooth brandy, improves with leaves today for a week-long honeymoon with his attractive 41-year-old bride.'" The chipper and gracious actor refused to reveal where lie and Winnifred Gean Clem- ents Natz.ka planned to spend the first week of marriage. They were married in a surprise civil ceremony in Las Vegas, Nev., Sunday and returned here Sunday night for a reception at the home of his bride's sister, Mrs. Lawrence A. Dysart. It was the second marriage for Coburn and also the sec-i ond for his bride. Both were widowed. COBURN, wearing his! ever-present monocle and a beret, and his bride sat In his custom-made car in the parking lot Of the Clark County Courthouse to receive their marriage license Sun- day, causing some persons to suppose the actor could not climb the two steps to the clerk's office. "I could climb the bristled Coburn on his return here. "The place was crowd- ed and 1 just didn't want to add to the crush. "It's downright silly to say I couldn't climb the It was the only time the veteran performer lost his temper while standing with Ills bride at Los Angeles In-; ternational w h e re REJECTS BID CLEMENCY Seeks Edict for 80-Day Strike Malt President Acts as Fact-Finders' Efforts Collapse WASHINGTON dent .-Eisenhower today._ofd ered the Justice Departmen .o seek a .court injunction to lalt the marathon steel strike 'or 80 days., "The White House an nounced that a petition for an injunction under the Taft Hartley Law will be sought in Pittsburgh Tuesday after- Arson Seen in New Fire Near Castaic Two Brush Blazes Uncontrolled; L. B. Camp Evacuated A new brush fire, believed set by an arsonist, raged out of control today near Castaic on Hwy. 99 about 20 miles from the nearly week-old Los Angeles foothill blaze which has already claimed acres of valuable watershed. Authorities reported a man in a dark sedan was seen speeding away from the new fire, which spread at a tre- mendous rate and has con- sumed acres of brush since noon Sunday. Some 500 men were pulled off the still uncontrolled foot- hill fire to battle the blaze in watershed and grazing land about eight miles northwest of Castaic. No homes were threatened by the new blaze. IN ALL, nearly fire- fighters and a fleet of newsmen qutstioned him. planes dropping borate bombs noon. Eisenhower' acted shortly after his fact finding board reported failure in efforts to settle the 97-day strike. tf IN A STATEMENT, the President said: "America's hopes for voluntary, responsible settle- ment have not been fulfilled. "It is a sad day for the nation." Granting of a Taft-Hartley injunction would hall 'the steel shutdown while efforts to reach a settlement con- nued. However, there would be no legal obstacle in the way of resumption of the strike after 80 days if no agreement is reached. In a letter to Atty. Gen. William P. Rogers, Eisen- hower said as he did in first invoking the Taft-Hart- ley process on Oct. the strike would imperil na-l tional health and safety if permitted to continue. EISENHOWER'S statement said: are battling the two both in Angeles Forest. The Southland's Finest Evening Newspaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., MONDAY, OCTOBER Vol. 222 34 PAGES PRICE 10 CENTS TELEPHONE HE 5-1161 CLASSIFIED HE 2-5939 HOME EDITION (Six Editions Daily) Rope Restrains Curious Throng CURIOUS; early arrivals is held; back by a rope barrierjaday as they await the arrival of Holly- ''XWnrWl nPTCntl till tide fVlO c-nminnr. 17n.nl A -1 wood personalities'for the funeral services for actor Errol Press Wirephoto.) QUIET AND SOLEMN "It is essential to the na- tional interests that produc tior) be resumed immediately in the steel industry. Free collective bargaining has not worked in this dispute despite the dedicated efforts of the federal government and the fact-finding board of inquiry." The presidential fact-find- ers had reported "with sad "THIS IS NO sudden hearts" their1 failure to settle Nationa he told reporters as he the strike, and his bride held hands. A rising humidity and low ering temperatures were credited with helping firemen hold their own against the foothill blaze, but authorities said it would be at least an other two days before it if brought under control. The six-day-o 1 d foothil blaze has claimed the lives ol two firefighters. Phillip Chavez of Zuni, N. M., diec Sunday night from inhalation of smoke or fumes. Some 1J other firemen were injured (Continued Page A-ll, Col. 1) WHERE TO FIND IT Gen. George Marshall with' stood bitter criticism border- ing on charges of disloyalty by two United States sena- tors. Page A-16. Errol Flynn never denied also never de: nied himself the pleasures of life frowned upon by a moral istic society. First of two ar- ticles, Page A-H. Beach B-l. Hal Boyle------Page A-13. A-13. C-4 to 9. B-6, 7. B-6. Death B-2. A-12. B-3. Shipping C-4. C-I to 4. A-I4. Tides, TV, C-10. A-13. B-4, 5. Your A-2. He said they met about six years ago and had been plan- ning the marriage for the past year. A stewardess on the plane which took them from Las (Continued Page A-ll, Col. 3) Car Crashes Head On With Bus; One Killed DECATUR, Tex. UP) An auto sideswiped a truck and collided head on with a Con- tinental Trailways bus early today. One woman died and several persons were injured. The dead woman, Mrs. Myrna Moore Carlyle, 44, Electra, Texas, was an occu- pant of the auto. JAMES C. HAGERTY, White House Press secretary, said eariler in the day that Eisenhower was not acting immediately and had placed (Continued Page A-10, Col. 4) Girl, 3, Lost in Forest Overnight Found Safe POTOSI, Mo. little girl missing all night in near freezing temperatures in the Clark National Forest was found alive at a.m. to- day, three miles from the point where she disappeared. Donna Rulo, was shiver- ing from the cold but other- wise appeared to be in good condition. Report Lunik Moon Photos Transmitted MOSCOW Lunik HI raced away from the earth again today after reportedly sending the earth the first )ictures ever taken of the ridden side of the moon. The Soviet news agency Tass said the photographs are >eing processed and will be published, giving mankind the "irst view of the far side of he moon never seen from the earth. Scientists expect the pic- ures to show the same sort of cratered face as the side of the moon which the earth sees. The pictures presumably after the launching of the 614-pound flying observatory it swooped within miles of the mtfon as it hurtled out into space. Moscow Radio said the Soviet space vehicle com- pleted its first circuit around the earth at about p.m. EST Sunday and continued on its vast orbit, running 17 minutes behind a previously announced schedule. The next radio contact with the called an automatic inter- >Ianetary fixed for Wednesday afternoon, 'when t is scheduled to be Pursued Car Kills 3 Children COLUMBUS, Ohio (ffi) A stolen station wagon snuffec put the lives of three> chil- dren at a school bus stop to- day only seconds after police radar had clocked it at 55 mlp.h. A fourth child whose leg was broken was the only sur- vivor in the group of four cut down by the skidding car. About 50 other children were scattered nearby at (he bui stop. Police snatched Paul Gra- ham, 22, away as angry resi- dents of the South Side neigh- borhood closed in on him. He was rushed to Central Police Station. No charge was filec immediately. Police said he has a record of seven previous arrests, at least two on morals charges. t THE DEAD were identified as Randy Kline, 7, his brother Raymond, 5, and Jane Bel- lah, 7. Jerri Bellah's leg was broken. Police were pursuing Gra- ham for speeding when he ap- parently tried to slow witnesses said. The station wagon skidded sideways and onto a sidewalk in front of a grocery where the children jwere waiting for the school bus. THE CAREENING vehicle Flynn Last Rite a Contrast to Life taken Oct. days miles from the earth. mowed the where they children down stood, then smashed into a parked car, caromed off and struck a car emerging from a nearby trail- er court. Police said Graham leaped from the stolen station wagon and started to run but the p u r s u i n g police .c r u i s e r trapped him against the wall of a nearby bank building. The station wagon was the property of the State of Ohio and was stolen from the base- ment of the -Ohio capitol sometime during the week- end. Police said it bore license :ags stolen from the car of a woman state employe. HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Fu- neral services for Errol Flynn today were as quiet and solemn as his life was stormy and controversial. Less than 500 persons at- tended the Episcopal rites at Forest Lawn's Church of the Recessional, including his last wife, actress Patrice Wyrriore. His second spouse, Nora Eddington, remained at home, ill. Absent also was 17-year- old Beverly Aadland, his most recent girl friend and "protegee." The blonde teenageer was at the home of her San Francisco attor- ney discussing her "inter- ests" in Flynn's estate. THE DARK, gloomy day brightened with sunshine atop the hill on which the church is located as Jack L. Warner, head of Warner Brothers Studio, read the eulogy. Dennis Morgan sang "Requiem" by Homer. In part, Warner said: "Errol had trials and tribu- lations in his life as most everyone has. But he never knew dullness. That is one thing Errol could never have endured. He thrived on excitement and attracted it wherever he was." The well-mannered, sol- emn-faced crowd was in di- rect contrast to the carni- val air that surrounded the funeral last year of another famed screen lover, Tyrone Power. Most of today's crowd were older people who stood quietly outside the church. PALLBEARERS carrying the copper casket were actors Jack Oakie and Mickey Rooney, Flynn's at- torney Justin Goldenbock, directors Raoul Walsh and Otto Reichow, and restaura- teur Mike Romanoff. Also, attending the serv- ices were Flynn's parents, Prof, and Mrs. Theodore Flynn, who arrived here over the weekend from London. His son, Sean, by first wife, Lili Damita, arrived with Miss Wymore, who wore a black suit, black hat and veil. The 50-year-old actor died last Wednesday night of a heart attack in Van- couver, B. C., on a com- bination business-pleasure trip to the Northwest lo sell his yacht, the Zaca. POLICE LINES and re- straining ropes were un- necessary as the crowd, with bowed heads, heard the services, read by the Rev. Kermit Castollanos. Away from the solemnity of the funeral, battle lines were forming over Flynn's estate which is believed to consist of a plantation in the British West Indies, a copra crop to be harvested there, and approximately realized from the sale of his yacht. According to friends, Flynn's will leaves his estate to his four children, Sean, 18; Deidre, 15; Rory, 13; and Amelia, 6. X MISS AADLAND left Hollywood Sunday and was believed a house guest at the San Francisco home of attorney Melvin Belli. Belli disclosed he had been re- tained by the teenager who was with the 50-year-old actor when he died in Brit- ish Columbia Wednesday. "I surely will protect her interests in his Bel- li said. He would not say that he expected litigation over division of Flynn's estate. Weather- Early morning low clouds but otherwise mostly clear through Tuesday. Little change in-temperature. Stocks Dip on Crushed Steel Hope NEW YORK (ffl The stock market declined today after hopes for a stee strike settlement went up in smoke. President Eisenhower's or der for a Taft-Hartley injunc- lion came just as the New York Stock Exchange closed for the day. A MILD RALLY lifted some prices early in the afternoon final prices generally re above tiie day's lows. ..osses extended from a few cents to around a share. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials stood at 639.60, off 3.62, at 2 p.m. Youngstown Sheef: traded lear the close at off 3.25, as steels retreated in a >ody. General Motors was iff at and Rey- lolds Metals was down t Lovers' Lane Bandit Due to Die Friday Chief Executive Notes Felon Asked 'Only Vindication' SACRAMENTO W) Gov. Edmund G. Brown today re- fused to grant clemency to Caryl Chessman. Chessman, who has been in death row for 11 years, is scheduled to be executed Fri- day. The governor made his de- cision Sunday night before leaving on a trip to Chicago. -t V BROWN'S statement said the convicted kidnap-robber has not sought executive clemency and, to the con- trary, "he has declared that he seeks only vindication. "This I cannot give him. The evidence of his guilt is overwhelming." Brown noled that, at the request of Chessman's attor- he conducted a personal learing Wednesday. He said: "The record shows deliberate career of rob- beries and kidnapings, fol- owed by sexual assaults and acts of perversion accom- plished at the point of a loaded gun. "ONE OF HIS victims, 17 years old at the time, is still, hopelessly confined in a state- mental hospital. Competent medical authorities are of the opinion that her condition is at least partially the result of the outrages perpetrated upon her." Chessman still has pending before the U.S. Supreme Court today a final appeal for a new examination of his trial record. He was convicted in I.os Angeles in 1948. Chessman's attorneys have argued that he was convicted only on a technical charge of kidnaping, and they em- phasized throughout that he did not kill anyone. Brown, in his statement, said the courts have inquired nto every aspect of Chess- man's trial and upheld his conviction by a jury as fair and legal. "NO CASE in modern his- ory has received more carc- 'ul scrutiny by both state and ederal he said. The governor repeated his iwn opposition to capital lunishment. Yet, he said, the .egislature has repeatedly re- used to abolish the death ienalty and "1 have sworn to Continued Page A-10, Col. 2) FLYING TO U. S. Langelle and Family Depart From Soviet MOSCOW Langelle, American Em- security officer ordered out of Russia by the So- 'iet government despite a U. S. protest, left Moscow at p. m. a. m. EOT) today for Amsterdam with is wife and three children. A .crowd of 50 American veil-wishers turned up to see hem off. U. S. Embassy personnel nd their wives and children urned out'at Vnukovo Air- ort to pump Langelle's hand nd kiss Mrs. Langelle hey took off en route to Vashington. THE LANGELLE'S German maid Marianne, who had ared for the three children uring most of the family's 1-month stay here, wept and overed her face with her ands as the family waved oodbye. Mrs.-Edwjrrd Freers, wife, of the U. S. minister in charge in the absence of Ambassador Llewellyn Thompson in the United States, was on hand to bid the Langelles bon voyage. Russia rejected a U. S. pro- test note about the case Sat- urday. tf 4 C TIIE REASON for their swift departure was tlie Rus- sian rejection of a U. S. note of protest against the expul- sion order, which in effect gave Langelle three days to get out of the country. Following the visit to Foreign Ministry by (Continued Page A-ll, Col. 4)   

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