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Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - October 30, 1959, Long Beach, California BUTCHERS THREATEN STRIKE IN L LINER DAMAGED IN HARBOR COLLISION The ocean liner Israel, a 30-foot hole on its portside after collision with the freighter American Press in New York harbor area, is docked at Brooklyn's Todd Shipyards today for Wirephoto.) L. B. WARS ON SINKAGE Freighter, 2 Huge Infection Israel Ship Pumping Plants Collision Activated Here The Southland's Finest Evening Newspaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., FRIDAY, OCTOBER Vol. 232 PRICE 10 CENTS TELEPHONE HE 5-1161 40 PAfJFS Vi VPAXA -W- CLASSIFIED UC HOME EDITION (Six Editions Daily) Strong Winds Fell Trees, Halt Traffic NEW YORK passqnger ship Israel and the freighter American Press col- Steel Union Files Appeal to Injunction High Court Urged to Overturn Ruling of Lower Bench WASHINGTON The United Steelworkers Union oday appealed to the Su preme Court to overturn a 'aft-Hartley injunction that irdered strikers back o work for 80 days. The injunction, issued in ittsburgh Oct. 28 by U. S. 3ist. Judge Herbert Sorg, has teen delayed at least until Monday by the 3rd Circuit in Philadelphia. The union in addition to sking overthrow of the in- unction also filed a motion asking the high tribunal to continue the stay. A Justice Department reply brief, opposing any Supreme Court action on the appeal, lided near Ihe Statue of Lib-'was expected later today. With a torrent of water potentially equal to more erty Thursday night with an than 50 fire hoses, two huge pumping plants were i impact some of the Israel's aster known as subsidence. formally activated at the Long Beach Harbor Thurs-ipassengers said today had day as part of the offensive against the creeping dis- "the noise of a bomb." One crew member of the About 200 Navy, sll'P was reported harbor and city officials at- tended the dedication mark- Ike Enters Hospital for Check WASHINGTON dent Eisenhower is in Walter missing. Several passengers and crew members were injured, ing the major portion of the apparently none seriously, world's largest underground repressuring program. They inspected the extensive sys- tem which is capable of in- A PASSENGER, Roger Pel- lowski of Milwaukee, said he saw the missing man, iden- Reed Army Hospital today jecting nearly 22 million gal-jtified an Anthony Benites, Ions barrels) a gangway a mo- water daily under the mostiment before the impact "but critical area of the. nothing of him after." ton Oil Field, where sinkagei Many of the Israel's 200 AFTER STUDYING the union's request for a review, and government papers in op- position, Ihe Supreme Court will decide its next step. It could close out the en- tire proceedings at this point by denying a review. Or it could call for full legal argu- mcnt. The union's appeal ques- tioned whether the section of -raft-Hartley Law used by Homes Dark, Sand Strios Auto Paint Snow in Mountains, Angeles Crest Hwy. Littered by Rocks GRIEVING MOTHERS Firemen attempt to comfort Mrs. Patricia Van Home (left) and Mrs. Lorraine Campbell whose children died in fire today in Ottumwa, Iowa. Mrs. Van Home lost six children, Mrs. Campbell, one. le baby sitter was Wirephoto.) Near Walkout in Southland Talks Continue With Deadline Sunday Midnight A strike against Southland markets may be called at mid- night Sunday by union meat cutters. Negotiations between ths Food Employers Council and the Amalgamated Meat Cut- ters were to resume today-in I.os Angeles after a heated Thursday meeting which con- tinued to 1 a.m. today. The council said the union's reply to a new offer was an insult. The council offered a 60.8- cents package over a five year period if the union would agree to relax what the em- ployers called "vicious featherbedding." i THE UNION denied the featherbedding charge and re- jected the offer. Harold Woodward, Butch- ers' official representing Harbor Local 551 in the. ne- gotiations, said the basic is- sue was the proposal by the Winter, accompanied by employers to put meat wrap- roaring 70 -mile-per-hour jres on a four-hour day. "We winds, blew into Southernidon't tnink rnan can live California Thursday a four-hour day's he felling hundreds of trees, saicl- blacking out thousands ofj Local 551 represents ap- homes and bringing snow to'proximately members mountain areas. im San Pedro, Wilmington, The Weather Bureau Beadl and 'he area the winds should diminish to Downey and South night. The five-day Involved are the re- tlirough next meat cutters and wrap- noted the possibility of rainlPers- Tlle local will hold a in the extreme north toward special meeling 10 a.m. the end of the period. The sudden- but fiercejUnion building, winds, which cut j began shortly after 5 p.m. j Traffic on desert 'including the San Bernardino1 P'res at midnight Sunday. Freeway, stopped as blowing! Robert K. Fox, president sand reduced visibility to the Food Employers Coiin- fcet and stripped painl charged the union was automobiles. "deliberately provoking 'a I t: .k strike against the meat sup- I ALTHOUGH NO of Soulllcrn California (damage was reported in I Beach, hundreds of trees in! .V1C10US harder-hit sections, including! practices in- East Whittier and Pico: such th.ngs as "keep, ing meat cut- ters on the job when they Sunday in the Oil Workers 2100 W. THE UNION'S contract ex- lias threatened were in the din- it.- TT f XT____t f-1. 4 U _ 1 I- I for his annual physical ex- amination. I of the U. S. Naval Shipyardi'ng room at the time of The 69-year-old President'and Naval Base. and several of entered the medical centerj General optimism was the crash sound as late Thursday. .The as the batteries tllat of a bomb. House said he expects tojpumps driven by motors, check out Saturday or Sun- totalling nearly horse-! THE COLLISION happened strike. The section refers to na- tional health and safety, and the union questioned whether day. Eisenhower still is bothered by a lingering cold which he caught early last month. And he said a week ago that dur- ing the last three years he has developed bronchitis. But his press chronic secretary, James C. Hagcrty, says those ailments did not cause the President to go to Walter Reed. Hagerty noted that Eisenhower has been getting an annual checkup for several years. power, began forcing filtered'3'30111- p.m. in sea water into injection The Israel was out- ;o covers economic The steelworkers there is no emerg- ency now in health or safety. The appeal also questioned whether the section confers, upon federal district courts! Guilt Plea 7 Children Die as Small Rivera, were felled. Strong wind in the San Gabriel Mountains knocked weren't needed" and "forcing the markets to have them per- rocks and other debris work thal could be d'one Angeles Crest Highway in by youngsters with two weeks area left barren by summer, training fires. A torrent of air blew in a window in downtown SAID negotiations had by Carbo clear an cxcrcjse Of non-judicial' OTTUMWA, Iowa .Seven young children, crowd- 'ed into a small two-room Pasadena and shorted wiresjbeen set back to where they that blacked out thousands; were two months ago. of homes in San "The union's latest demand Temple City, East Pasadena! brought us no closer to a set- and a large section of the dement than the original set Rolling Hills-Palos Verdes'of demands, which amounted area. to pay and fringe benefit in- creases of over 75 cents an A TREE crashed into the hour over a three -year roof of the Frank Powers' he said. Although the and the freighter, (Continued Page A-4. Col. 5) bo nt.A.-...n w. t__ __il__nitmOrl hir T Otn4 nn i 1 NEW YORK W) l-rankie wm, a baby-sitter, died home in Altadena, and a four- "Journeymen butchers al Carbo, underworld figure in'today when fire destroyed thelfoot branch was rammed ready receive an hour lar program for the entire field originally was projected on a five-year basis, a harbor official stated his belief that the already lessening subsi- dence under the Navy instal- lations can be halted in about six months. "SUBSTANTIAL evidence owned by the United States Lines, was crossing the har- bor to another berth. Truck Flips, One "The impact of the coin Killed, 18 Hlirt sion was not very Capt. George Vickers, master! DEMING, N. M. A of the American Press, said.ltruck carrying 32 Mexican] trial today to plead guilty to 3 counts of a 10- count indictment. He pleaded guilty to acting boxing as a manager in a He refused to comment on the cause of the collision until slum area dwelling. The baby sitter, Sharon Ann Dooley, 14, owes he life to a fireman who wa familiar with the house, hav ing helped remodel it eral years ago. Six of the victims wer nationals from an Arizona match without a license and church meeting overturned to- acting as a matchmaker with- children of Mrs Patricia Va through the ceiling of the liv-lplus approximately ing room, where Powers and an nour in fringe be a Coast Guard hearing is held. :riay- One woman was killed of this comes from our ex- Capt. Jacob F. Por, of 18 Persons injured. also refused comment.1 The truck- covcrect (Continued Page A-4, Col. 1) The 501-foot 9 831-ton Is :canvas' slipped off U. S. High- out a license. BRITISH MARSHAL'S DIARY Claims Ike Golfed at Vital War Stage rael went aground after and a crash but later was towed to.lmllcs wesl lhls south Todd Shipyards in Brooklyn for repairs. Its passengers spent the night aboard. It had a 30-foot gap from deck to water line on its port side. The 459-foot, freighter suffered two smaller holes in its how. LONDON A new book of wartime memoirs says Gen. Dwight D. Eisen- hower played golf instead of guiding Allied military preparations at a crucial stage of World War II in Europe. The book is based on the diaries of Field Marshal Viscount Alanbrooke, who as Sir Alan Brooke was chairman of the British chiefs of staff in the war. The second installment of his diaries and correspond- ence is incorporated in "Triumph in the which goes on sale here Monday. It was compiled by Sir Arthur Bryant from brooke, now living in re- retirement in the south of England. In Washington, White Hous e Press Secretary James C. Hagerty was asked for comment on Allanbrooke's statements. Hagerty's reply was: "I don't even have a 'no comment'." IN THE FIRST install- ment, Alanbrooke rapped Eisenhower as a man whose strong point, was charm rather than military ability. He also criticized the war- time leadership of Prime Minister Churchill, saying Marshall Estate Goes to Widow LEESBURG, Va. will of Gen. George C. Marshall, filed here Thursday, leaves his entire estate to his widow. A spokesman for First and Merchants Bank of Richmond, co-executor with Mrs. Kath- erine T. Marshall, said the will provides that tangible personal property goes im- mediately to Mrs. Marshall. The remainder of the estate, goes into a trust fund tor her benefit for life. At her deathl half iouthwesl- ern New Mexico city when driver Samuel Cruz Alba was blinded by oncoming head- lights. Dead is .luana Vargas, about 70, of Piedras Negras, Coa- huila, Mexico. jHorne, about 28, who polic said was "out on the town General Sessions Mrs. Lorraine Campbel John A. Mullen held Carbo whose only child, Carla, for sentencing Nov. 30. was killed. 55-year-old defendant wa sent to the city penitentiary hospital on Rikers Island be. cause he suffers from dia- betes. The plea came after a one- hour conference among Judge Carbo's attorney, proved to be a mixed bless- ing. Page C-8. [Abraham Bodsky. and Chief They apparently suffocated Miss Dooley suffered burns on two-thirds of her body and was in critical condition. She TP> CIMH IT WHtKt IU HND II JAsst. Dist. Atty. Alfred J The fabulous wealth inlScotti. California tideland oil has his drive made him trouble- passcs to Mrs- Marshall's daughter, Mrs. Molly Winn of the private papers of Alan- Page A-6, Col. I) Leesburg Beach B-I. Hal B-7. B-7. D-3 to 12. C-6, 7. D-3. Death B-2. B-6. B-3. Shipping D-3. C-l to 5. D-2. Tides, TV, D-I. B-7. B-4, 5. Your A-2. IN HIS opening at the trial Thursday, Scotti told the jury that Carbo's underworld grip in boxing was so tight that he once represented both fighters in a championship elimination bout. Scott said Carbo held "a summit meeting" with James D. Norris, one-time head of the now-dissolved Interna- tional Boxing Club at which Carbo, dictated the terms. "The power Carbo had to secure boxing matches stemmed largely from his great influence over the In- ternational Boxing the prosecutor continued. THE VAN HORNE children were Karen Rae, 9, Sharon Kay, 7, Patty Sue, 6, Leroy 4, Debra Ann, 2, and Cyn thia, 1. The bodies of the children were huddled in the kitchen which had a small window was found with the dead chil- dren. Authorities were not imme- diately able to determine the cause of the blaze. Police said a coal stove was apparently the only means of icating the frame house, but t showed no evidence of hav- ng been fired, they said. Weather Windy and clear to- night through Saturday. Wanner Saturday after- noon. Maximum tem- perature by noon today: 73. his wife were sitting in dark- a dollar benefits." fell on cars in Altadena and Monrovia. In Arcadia a fall- ing tree crushed a truck. Remove WASHINGTON The A power station serving United Slates intends to with- San Marino, Temple City its forces from air and East Pasadena was put hases Morocco, the of commission, leaving Department said today, sands of homes without Il said tllis government has Electrical repair crews van'ous proposals jconcerning withdrawals" .to (Continued Page A-6, Col. 4) ithe Moroccan government. HIS PHONE INVENTION Tackle Booby Trap Entangles Burglar MIAMI, Fla. do-it- yourself way to foil a bur- glary in a place of business has been invented by a Miami tackle shop man. All you need is a thin fishing line, a casting fly cork and your telephone. Carl Dachton., 34, proved it works when he hooked a 15-year-old burglar in his tackle shop Thursday. Here's how to do it: Take the telephone re- ceiver in your place of busi- ness off the hook. Dial your home number to the last digit. Plug the cork in the finger hole to hold the dial on the last number. The cork is threaded with a thin, almost invisi- ble fishing line. You reel the line along the main pas-'. sageway of your establish-., ment. The trap is set. When a thief steps on the fishing line, the cork pops out. The dial whirls back, and the home phone-b- rings. In the predawn hours Thursday, Dachton heard his home phone ring. Hastening to the shop, he spotted a prowler inside. The police were summoned and within minutes squad cars were on the scene. The thief was hooKed and turned over to juvenile authorities.
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