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   Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - October 24, 1959, Long Beach, California                             S1HL TALKS ON, IKE URGES ACCORD 2 Escape Death as Plane Crashes in Bellf lower Fog FIREMEN INSPECT wreckage of small plane which smashed into Bellflower resi- dential area early today vafter running out of gas. Pilot Eugene Wray, ,'ifi, of Compton, and his companion, Mrs. Betty Cain, 36, of Norwalk, escaped death. Photo by Dave Emery) The Southland's Finest Evening Newspaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1959 20 PAGES PRICE 10 CENTS TELEPHONE HE 5-1161 Vol. 227 CLASSIFIED HE 2-5959 HOME EDITION (Six Editions Daily) Pair Injured and Trapped in Wreckage DA STUDIES POSSIBILITY HEYROVSKY is the father of method of analyzing complicated chemi- cal solutions with the aid of electrodes. Segrede and Chamberlain are accredited with the dis- covery of the negatively charged proton. The newspaper Expressen also listed American space scientist James Van Allen and NTW YORK Atty. Frank Hogan today the German rocket pioneer studied the possibility of seeking a perjury Hermann Obcrth''as qualified airplane against Charles Van Doren in connection with the TviNobel Pri7'e candidates, but it Bellflower hack'Qtiiz whiz's testimony- to a grand iurv. devoted practically a full page to Ihe work of the two I Hogan said he would lake n -i. !no action against Van Doren; in any event until the ASSISTED BY Dr. Clyde 000 "Twenty-One" w i n n e r Wiegand and Dr. Thomas Van Doren Perjury Prosecution Eyed 2 Americans in Line for Nobel Prize UC A-Physicists Top Candidates for Awards Monday STOCKHOLM, Sweden afternoon news- lapers today named two American atomic scientists as probable winners of the 1959 -Jobel Physics Prize. The Americans mentioned are Dr. Emilio Segre. 54, and Dr. Owen Chamberlain, 39, joth of the University of Cal- fornia in Berkeley. Prof. Jaroslav Heyrovsky, >0, head of the Polargraphic nstitute in Prague, was list d as a chemistry prize can- Ida I e. Winners of both the chem- stry and physics prizes will e announced Monday by the wedish Academy of Science Nehru Frets Over Actions of Red China Calls on People Not to Be Swept Away by Emotion MEERUT, India Prime Minister Nehru said today the situation with Communist China over borders is anxiety. India's northern causing grave He called on the people to remain calm and not be swept Both Sides Decline Any Predictions President Calls for Continuous Negotiating Effort PITTSBURGH OPl Con- tract talks resumed shortly after 2 p.m. today in the 102- day steel strike. Neither the industry nor the United Stcelworkers com- mented on a plea of President Eisenhower that they con- tinue bargaining until the strike is settled. "We're going into collective bargaining, that's all." said David J. McDonald, president of the USW, who headed the union's four-man negotiating team. "We're always hopeful, al- ways said R. Con- rad Cooper, U. S. Steel Corp. vice president who heads the our-man team representing the country's 12 major steel companies. away by emotion. The situation has caused ASKED IF the "Big 12" had 'jany new contract proposal to and is continuing to cause put before the steelworkers, grave Nehru said. "But I do not say there will be war with China on (his issue." He said India must act !with restraint and respons- bility and not be swept away by emotion. A single crashed in a yard at a.m. today, pin- ning the pilot and his woman passenger alive in the wreck age. Out of gas and unable to land in the fog. the plane clipped the top of a garage, sliced through two trees fell upside down behind the home of Mr. and Mrs. John! Favre, 9850 Park St. There. was no explosion or fire. Injured were pilot Eugene HE WANTS MORE OF IT He was a "mass of bones" and suffered internal injuries when he made his ninth jump SO days ago and his parachute failed to open fully, but Para- trooper Francis ,1. Dolaher, 19, says, "I'm pretty lucky." Doctors agree with him. They say in Cooper declared: don't feel this is the p'lace to discuss that." President Eisenhower made his plea for all-out bargaining to end the strike while at his vacation headquarters in Augusta. Ga. .lames C. Hag- erty. White House press sec- rotary, said of the President: NEHRU WARNED against "He hopes that "brave talk" by some persons "hcil. rfnew tlleir 1 negotiations this afternoon in I Pittsburgh, they realize fully the obligation they owe to the lues- statcs that indulged in terms attack against. China. He was answering lions put by reporters while this city, 40 miles remain in consultation and negotiation until they settle it." Jail Man Credit 111 cci r An, r who became a Segre and Cham- about a year he'll be able to walk with nothing [inuring this citj more than a stiff ankle. "I'd still like to have made 'fmm New Delhi- a few more said photo) I ,New Dclhl' a l P newspaper suggested MEANWHILE, the head of Nehru s government may tnree.man forced by public pressure hoard h dj sever diplomatic relations, te said in Philadelphia that: ,with Red China as a result ofjhe has hccn touPch -h der area Wednesday. THE GOVERNMENT Auto Men Say Smog Device to Take DETROIT auto industrv said todav it i, nunoiij .inui ninety n lrllv uuvr-itmYitm saici would give Los Angeles County smog-control offjcialsjyesterday Chinese troops, network consultant has made their discovery, no fied before the House special1'" September 1955 with a spe-an-v smog-control device they wanted "within a yearis'riking 40 miles deep Isubcommittce on constructed machine of tlle tinie they tell us which one they want." iNnrl11 Kashmir, killed 17 YORK with an assortment of credit cards was accused today of rsight next month. iknown as the bevatron. Another big money show.! T'ie anti-proton, or nega- man NBC's "Tic Tac Dough." discovered in canceled Friday when net-iUle multi-billion volt atom- work officials "clearly esta-'smasher at the university's using them for worth! ished" that it was rigged laboratory in Liver Wray, 36, of 205 W. Olive SU high liv Compton, and Mrs. Betty Cain, 36, of 10511 Lyndora St., Norwalk. Wray suffered in- wHhouaving paying. cent of thel time before NBC took over I o n gi Bears Prey Japan He identified himself as! .lack Lustman, 46. of Balti- MIMC LUUK OVGr 1F M A .production from the Barry soi'8ht as a means of explain- A lEnright firm a year ago. some of tlle mysteries of1' 'dians and wounded three. A spokesman for the Auto- ,ndjan and pejping mobile Manufacturers exchanged protest .Taylor hud requested F.isen- which represents the industry in development of an exhaust control device for cars, said Fedcral Mediation Service. Dr. George W. Taylor said he and Finnegan talked over Ihe matter of how they could He in the event fact-finding board is re- convened. Taylor and llagerly both denied a published report that notes, each charging the other with responsibility. The Statesman, a British- i nt ijinIU.TUimi, a the auto industry made this owned newspaper, said that the universe. Although it is a THE POPULAR fivp riav T Polenl annihilator of matter, a laceration of the nph, eye.! more, and give his show wiM i( no and Mrs. Cain a deep gash1 consultant. -replaced by 'Truth Or Con-jtnreal to lhe material uni- on her right knee. 4 THE PLANE crashed in a crowded residential area, within 40 feet of a bedroom in which three were sleeping. "Let's get these babies out Lustman, charged with grand larceny, was ordered by Magistrate Edward .1 Chap sequences" beginning Mon-r'vcrse' day. TOKYO (UPI) Hundreds promise to Los Angeles offi- cials last February "and we'l stick by it." :y THE SPOKESMAN said he fell this promise, plus hi.< IL" uiuiiiiAC, mus lll.s of bears, routed by an un-'slalemen, Fridav there usually early cold spell, no device read for use been lumbering down from the mountains of northern uuwa.u dj j atlornev LA I fc, DIRECTOR of Van Do 'F Dr. Ernest O. THE LATE DIRECTOR in recent days cre' bail. Lustman, th an attorney, protested the amount was prohibitively high. viewed van Doren Friday: j. and said the suspended NBC said at the time of had made "lal tlle "TOO said Chap-. vi 10 vi i (till u 11 till IIICIUC stantial changes" in an earlier s dlief value was lo statement to Hogan in which the way for an HP Honinri of atomic discoveries. he denied that he was fed i w UOL', .TUIU of here before that gasoline man. "You're not dealing with Favre shouted uija credit company now." Authorities said they had sought Lustman for fou his wife as he ran into the rear bedroom to scoop up Matilda, 7, Gege, 6, and Polly. 3. The 35-year-old car sales- man said the crash shook the house and filled the air with gas fumes. The couple took the children across the street to neighbors. Scientists theorized th. could questions and answers on the "len 'these discoveries (Continued Page A-3, Col. 5) (Continued Page A-3. Col. years. Asst. Dist. Atty. Jay Gold berg said Lustman had uset three different names lo ob tain cards acceptable al hun dreds of hotels, restaurants, night clubs and exclusive stores and that he had been "living it up" in high style. AS THE PLANE fell, it was seen by sheriff's deputies Bill Kerber and Jack Parmel- ly, who were in a patrol car! a half block away. Seconds before the depu- ties radioed for assistance, Dr. Waldo W. Wynekoop, _____ 17138 S. Bellflower Blvd., town, was forced to wait un- phoned Lakewoori this evening before efforts could be made to free her. The powerful tug Salvage Freighter Grounded off Pacific Coast GRAYLAND. Wash. 422-foot freighter, grounded in shallow water near this Washington coastal resort station to report the crash. DEPUTIES SAID the crash victims told them they took off from Compton Airport shortly after 7 p.m. but were unable to land again because of fog. Wray said he repeatedly c.. tried to use the plane's radio! Chief was en route from As- toria, Ore., and was not ex- pected to reach here high tide al p.m. 2 Japanese Fishing 16 Lost hut. couldn't contact anyone. The plane circled until it ran out of fuel and crashed. Fire- men cut away the wreckage OTARU, Japan teen Japanese fishermen missing and feared drowned in the sinking of two fishing to free the injured in the storm-whipped They were treated at off Northern Hokkaido Helen's Hospital, Bellflower. Fridav niehi PROBABLE WINNERS Stockholm newspapers said today Dr. Emilio Segre 54, and Dr. Owen Chamberlain, ,39, both of the University of California at Berkeley, probably will receive the Iflfif) Nobel physics ating chaos in heavily popu- lated farm regions. The newspaper Asahi re- ported that 350 bears have been killed so far on north- ern Honshu and Hokkaido. Bears have killed two humans and injured 56. OFFICIALS of the agricul- ture and forestry ministry in Tokyo said an early winter in by the public at this time, may have resulted in charges by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors Hiat the auto industry was using "dou- ble talk." 'We're not using double the spokesman said. "We will abide by our prom- ise. But all of these devices are still in the prototype stage and we have had no official indication from the Los An- geles authorities about which Castro Police 30 in Bomb Plot HAVANA, Cuba Fidel Castro's nmyu sum an eany winter m d j police today reported the arrests of more than 30 rebels mountainous areas of ne' charged with plotting to bomb a bus station and unless Red China's response to the Indian note is satisfac- tory, "it would become diffi-i hower's permission to resume mediation efforts. The new negotiations were arranged under a federal court directive. Neither the United Steel- cult for the Indian govern- ment to resist public pressure for severance of diplomatic relations." The influential times of India referred to the attack as a "brutal massacre of Indian police deep within Indian territory." ..workers Union nor the indus- try would comment on the possibility of new proposals being made. IN WASHINGTON, Finne- gan said that if the talks "get mired down" he will summon (Continued Page A-3, Col. 1) ern Japan is to blame for Ihe situation. It was cold enough for the bears to begin hibernating, but too early for them to have finished eating all they need to keep them going all winter. The result: They feel drow- sy with the cold, but are too hungry to go to sleep. This makes them jumpy, the of- fully. "IF THEY want to is it' we will develop it. for them within a year, although ficials said, and the hears come down from the hills. "IF THEY want to C the afterburned and say fcQ fQ J ir M i Sunday some of the other devices show more promise. But don't see how they can de-: cide which one should be fully when they j haven't even been tested. "And even if they give us Grenades Hurled at Kassem Fail TEHRAN, Iran Teh- ran newspaper said today land grenades were hurled into the Baghdad hospital room of Iraqi Premier Abdel (arim Kassem Thursday night the assassination bid 'ailed. The ailing premier, winged hree times by an assassin on Oct. 7, had been moved to an- other room before the raid, he newspaper said. The gre- nades, it added, killed or in- several other patients the go-ahead now. we prob ably couldn't get it ready for itlie 1961 models, at the be- ginning of the model run at the spokesman said. "We said we needed a year after they give us the go (Continued Page A-3, Col. 5) WHERE TO FIND IT B-3 to 9. B-2. A-2. A-lft. Shipping A-S. A-7, 8. A-2. Tides, TV, Radios-Page B-tO. AUGUSTA, Ga. dent Eisenhower will end his Georgia vacation Sunday aft- ernoon and return to Wash- ington perhaps without a peck at the sun in five days. Press Secretary James C. llagerty announced the Presi- dent plans to start back to the capital by plane about p.m. Eisenhower came to Au- gusta Wednesday for prom- ised sunny weather for golf. He said after arriving that he developed chronic bron- chitis and so seeks the sun- shine whenever he can. assassinate public officials. The report followed a new leaflet raid on the capital Fri- day night by two light planes. Cuban air force planes went up to intercept the planes but: did not make immediate con- tact. First reports said one plane was involved, but one was spotted over Havana and another over Guanabocao, across the bay. The leaflets signed by "Christian Democratic Ac- tion" urged Cubans to back the United States. They also demanded a just land reform program and outlawing of the Communist Party. V POLICE SAID those ar- (Continued Page A-3, Col. 8) Weather Low clouds and fog near the coast late to- night and early Sunday, but mostly sunny Sun- ured wlin had transferred to the premier's former room. Vital B-10. [but ram and murky skies. day afternoon. So far he has had nothing1 day. Slightly cooler Sun-   

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