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   Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - October 21, 1959, Long Beach, California                             -W jS f '.IT-. STEEL STRIKE OFF, THEN ON AGAIN Appeal Court Grants Stay Acts Quickly After 1 District Judge Orders Tie-up Halt PITTSBURGH U. S. District Court judge '.today issued a Taf t-Hartley injunc- tion to halt the 99-day steel strike for 80 days. However, a stay of the injunction was granted by. the U. S. Third Court of that the strike continues. The injunction was issued by Judge Herbert P. Sorg of the U. S. District Court in Pittsburgh. The United Steel- works Union immediately appealed. Within an hour Judge Aus- tin Staley of the U. S. Third Circuit Court stayed execu- tion of the injunction until' the three-judge circuit POLICE CHIEF can hear a United Steelwork- ers' appeal. t. t f STALEY SAID that the legal papers for the appeal must be filed by Thursday or the stay will be voided. How- ever, if the appeal is filed thc stay will be in effect until the court rules further. Judge Staley also specified that the union would waive any further requests for stays j of the injunction after thci U. S. Third Circuit Court1 rules. Judge' Staley declared thej Circuit Court would sit Thursday m Philadelphia to accept the union's appeal.! The union counsel, Arthur! Goldberg, earlier had indicat-j ed- the USW was prepared to act immediately, Loree (Dolly) Mariwurm, a 5-foot, 10-inch blonde, won over 24 male candidates for the job of public service commissioner of Livonia, Mich., a Detroit suburb of 60.000. Mother of a 10-year-old son, she represented the U. S. in the Women's World Olym- pics in 1934 as a member of the Oklahoma City Cardinals Basketball Team. She will begin boss- ing the city's 47 policemen and 55 firemen Nov. 1. Last Quint Dies in AF Hospital; Couple in Shock The SoulAfctulV Finett Evening Newipaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21, PRICE 10 CENTS TELEPHONE HE 5-1161 CLASSIFIED HE Vol. No. 224 52 PAGES HOME EDITION (Six Editions Daily) Supreme Court Grants New Stay to Chessman By GARTH JONES STALEY SAID he fell sure SAN ANTONIO, Tex. last survivor of would toy'lik-e quintuplet girls born Tuesday to thc wife ing.on the appeal [of an Air Force lieutenant died today. Their parents Judge Sorg issued the' even before their births the five likely could not junction after declaring that live long, a continuation of the strike A f -r II Baby D died at a.m by a half-million United yy if I today after doctors worked Sleelworkers would f r ;COnstantly to save her. the health and safety of thc Air Force physicians re- ivcaled they told the parents, Ike to Order Transfer of Missile Unit Civilian Agency to Set Control of Army's Saturn AUGUSTA, Ga. dent Eisenhower announced today he will ask Congress to approve transfer of the Army Ballistic Missile Agency to! the civilian National Aeronau- tics and Space Agency. The President also an- nounced that under the con- templated transfer the Armyj missile team's program of de-! velopment of super thrust the Saturni be consolidated! in the civilian agency under! immediate direction of the! Army team. Castro Jails Provincial Commander MAJ. HUBERT MATOS Accused of Treason nation. The judge at first denied a union request to slay thc injunction pending outcome! of an appeal to the U.S. Third! Circuit Court. However, he agreed later to the .brief slay. Wife Tells Red Role at Douglas CAMAGUEY, Cuba W) The commander of Prime Min- EISENHOWER acted short-'ister Fidel Castro's armed' ly after flying here from forces in Camnguey Province, Washington for a vacation ofLiccused of treason, surrend- golf. Just before he left the crcd today artcr'radio White House the President nation's missile top and calls by the government ral- hed that survival was remote Both the' parents were met with thc ......_.. _ peasants and workers his headquarters. I The meeting and Eisen-l Castro himself flew from 'bower's announcement Between and Friday Death Delayed to File Appeal Warren Removes Self From Case; Nov. 3 Deadline WASHINGTON Iff] The Supreme Court today granted a stay of execution Caryl Chessman, under sentence lo die Friday in California's gas chamber. The slay was granted to permit the convict-author to file a new appeal. The appeal must be filed by Nov. 3. Counsel for Chessman had asked Justice Douglas to grant a stay, but Douglas re-! ferred the request to the full court. In granting the stay, thc court noted that Chief Jus- lice Warren had disqualified himself from the case. Warren is a former governor of Cali- fornia. THE DECISION to grant a stay thus was made by eight i just ices. In San Qucnlin Prison, a smiling Chessman said that President Eisenhower. He said :the for 19 missile Gen. John tal.in a ca" lo arnls against fluenced the court, but WINS SEVENTH Caryl Chessman, 38. scheduled to die in San Quen- lin gas chamber Friday, today won a stay of exe- cution from the Supreme Court. The granted In allnw the convict-author time to file a new Nov. Ike, Kerter Confer on Summit Parley By JOHN SCALI WASHINGTON Eisenhower met itjwith Secretary'Of State Christian A. Herter today ap- ________ ________ _ IB. Medaris and Werhner von H u b e r l Malos- helped the court realize to consider France's no-slow approach to ccs-i t0 action proved such an interest in the sary. that it took the time for summit meeting.________ THE ARMY'S big missile Mai-Camilo Cienfuegos, the good Chessman told a In a 40-minute conference. jat the White House the in a blue'and space agency at Hunts- Cuban nrmy commander, prison news o the word has been the into Malos'1 Newsmen fi as business for the strike was endangering years as an undercover agent and hea'th C m i "OH- MY GOD. They were B''aUn' and safety. My pnncipal J0b was to JUDGE SORG'S d te "le DouRlas Aircraft-sobbed a technician had been delayed bv aThr'pT P'ant SanU Monica'" Mrs. uniform when the word Xla., has been the unopposed into Malos'' Newsmen from Brazil believed to have sPrin6 hour conference amone com iMoisclle ClinSer. 42- the'sPread rapidly through Of controversies for nearly and arrested him; Sweden were among the 301 h and oZTa.s Activi- 10f her. Wo years. The million a of plotting a coup'reporters and cameramen Seltlc the back ui.iuii dl A 1 ark and Air Fnrrp RlCP J il c i U Gtat tO UnSCat 'in rnctrnifhn rnnfnrnnrn artorsiafi6 allieu over retrmrfivp nav t cs Committee Tuesday "I i-HCKidnu force thrust Saturn rocket u uliaLdL TtoSnTd Twas ask" fS j J [jniLllLa Wnb pHyMCaliy aulGiUfp able tO Dllt H tOM lO'lcl! to wnrk i H m0n engineers and tech-.lo be interviewed or have: into orbit 300 miles'above the' A CRITIC of some Phases unaei an wh j co id d 'their pictures taken wnulri hr> hipnpr Castro's agrarian reform, C H E S S MAN emphasized any economic But Hannan aulhorizedlthc Pentagon needs forin Matos he is in a fight to wini Nikita S. Khrush made in the meantime 'this statement: iconlincntal mlssHes and the when from custody to say anything in lhe first days of "My wife and I were ter-'flow of military money for Jtiprime minister's 29-year-oldia new trial." talk, leaving all that to December. n...i was naincd -rne 38-year-old President. British Prime Minister conference, called the high court granted a stay timing !of his execution. EISENHOWER IS under- dispute on the to have proposed a of a meeting with summit session of the West- Russia's Premier Nikita S. crn powers early next month Khrushchev.' jin Paris' .preliminary to a Afterward Herter session wilh Soviet be' retroactive for the of the back-to-work During the delay, steel! J company counsel filed a legal least oncc a Mrs. brief with the court stating cllnger told the committee, "i: opposition to the union's re- She said she left the Com- munist Party three years ago.i reported to the FBI at. (Continued Page A-5, Col. 1) ;nas f a tifnntr IVAt-r- lists -new "lintr the for decided to quit when, after. troactive pay request. The l5 years' l bccame sick of in brief said: thought 1 had done all "If retroactivity should be could do> Physically. In' ordered, lhe court would be'other words, I'd had it." settling in favor of the union! the most important! S' CLINGER sald "10; terms of collective bargain- Communist Party's biggest ing." headache was its difficulty in ______________raising money. i j "We were always holding! storm Located in an cffort (0 get; Out of Mazatlan 'she said. "One of MEXICO CITY Tnc i our chief duties was lo con-! Agriculture Ministry weather vince who weren't; bureau said Tuesday night to 'give us money had located a storm 180 we could kccP SO'ng-" I southwest of the Pacific portj Sne said one of tlle fund" -f TLV rntcinpf nnrlinc held fit of Mazatian. WHERE TO FIND IT Bull condemned to death in Britain wins reprieve after appearance on TV Story on page A-3. program, Beach B-l. Hal C-9. C-9. D-fi to II. C-12, 13. A-12. Death B-2. C-8. B-3. Shipping A-8. D-l, 2, 3, 4. D-5. Tides, TV, D-I2. C-9. B-4, 5. Your A-2. raising parlies was (he home of poet Lawrence Liplon, now identified wilh the Venice beatniks. "Mr. Lipton's wife al lhe lime was lhe late Craig Rice, writer of deleclive said Mrs. Clinger. "We tisedj her name to get people to. (Continued Page A-4, Col. 6) scicn v'uuti11' iui. while the two were in con- Macmillan and West and technician at the French -....---German Chancellor Konrad Huntsville, led by German- iborn rocket expert j Braun, apparently was Von the! menl gave Raul complete con-jpostponed execution, said were reported ready trol of Cuba's armed forces, has compleled lhe papers announced its approval Eisenhower's nlan in nnnpinln fnr an lu a Uldll Find Motel Owner Dead in Car Trunk (Continued Page A., Co.. but (Continued Page A-4, Col. 1) at the military told Cienfuegoes they sup-' ported Matos' actions. I "You are loyal soldiers, bull !loyal to the wrong the army commander told! them. i He did not order their arrest. Matos was ordered into -West' NEW YORK arresl al his official ;body of a'missing Long is-i'residence wilhin the military [land motel manager was His wife and covered in a car trunk todayifour children live there with bv his wifp whn 1-mH .CECELIA HANNAN icailc, Under Sedation iwhat B47 Falls; Report All Aboard Safe MARIETTA, Ga. Air Force B47 jet bomber coming in for a landing a Dobbins Air Force Base here crashed and burned on the runway today, authorities re- ported. First reports said all occu- pants of (he plane escaped.; A B47 carries a crew of four. by (hey police lo claim believed was an Mild Storm tO Reach Hill, Conn., opened lhe car trunk outside a Manhattan police station and found the by Nightfall SAN FRANCISCO Light rain began on Califor- nia's extreme north coast body of her husband, today and the Weather ]47. jBureau predicted that by Detective Chief Edward F.pghtfall the mild storm Byrnes said Brown was the would extend along the coast victim of an "apparent homi- cide, possibly strangulation as far south as San Francisco Bay and inland over the ex- Weather LT. C. G. HANNAN Wanted Daughters by cord." He said there wasjtreme north, a mark on Brown's neck and some blood.on newspapers in the trunk. Mrs. Brown was sum-j moned here, from her Con-l Low clouds and fog necticut home, about 125 late tonight and early miles away, after police Thursday. Mostly hazy SSonS? on'a TreT'ln" Thursday. Lit- Manhattan's upper west side tle Cnan8e tempera- and had it towed to the po- lice precinct station. i tlle Pans 'in effect .reaffirmed French President Charles de Gaulle's i (Continued Page A-4, Col. 4) tiire. Maximum tempera- ture by noon today: 72. Georgia Wef as Ike Lands for Vacation AUGUSTA, Ga. President Eisenhower flew to his Georgia vacation retreat today, seeking five or six days of golf and rest to shake the last trace of a cold, and was greeted by leaden skies and a driving rain. Thc presidential plane landed at Bush Field here at a. m. after a two-hour and 21-minute flight from the nation's capital. The President headed di' rectly for his cottage on the grounds of the Augusta Na- tional Golf Club. I Although Eisenhower's ar- rival weather was not en- icouraging, the forecast for (the Augusta area called for Tiny, 18-month-old Sharon Smith is dwarfed by the rain io let up Thursday the huge .pumpkin her grandfather, Roy Smith, n'Rht or Friday a week' grew on his acreage in suburban Detroit. The end wither and sun- ni i j- shine. Temperatures were ex- pumpkin is 27 inches in diameter and weighs 80 to 'be thf pounds. Smilh figures he can make 75 nine-inch i6o-s and low 70's over pies out of the monster Wirephoto) weekend.   

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