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Long Beach Independent Press Telegram (Newspaper) - October 4, 1959, Long Beach, CaliforniaA-4�?indepen Dent mess tre amp ram Soch we. Ump in Ortli to 4 a Macmillan sure hell Yaj a add hurled labor party Leader Hugh Gaitskell wiggles a Fine As he addresses election rally at Manchester England. British electors will go to polls thursday to choose Between Gaitskell and prime minister Harold Macmillan a wire photo quiz show probe to Start tuesday Washington i up a House investigators worked overtime saturday picking the cast for Public hearings on the alleged rigging of some television quiz shows. They Hope to prove in hearings opening tuesday that the viewing Public was deceived Russ rap Cambodia propose Moscow if a the Kremlin accused Britain saturday of trying to scuttle the International control commission for Cambodia behind the r is sians backs in order to submit that indochinese nation to a foreign influence a in one of the m out trons la worded notes on Southeast Asia in month the is or. Charged that Britain a co chairman with the soviet Union of the 1954 Geneva agreement ending the eight year Long indochinese War made the proposition to Cambodia without notifying Moscow. It said Britain s a a eagerly bankrupt action which the soviets of a wind of from Cambodia had placed London in a an unenviable a a in London the foreign office said it was studying the soviet note. It declined further comment but responsible British authorities who declined to be named said Britain had privately approached cambodian officials on possibilities of dissolving the Indian Canadian polish commission because of British feelings it had outlived its usefulness. They emphasized that the approach was in no sense a formal proposal the russians said Britain a action was highlighted by the fighting in Laos a neighbor of Cambodia where a . Fact finding Mission now is investigating laotian charges of aggression by communist North Viet Nam a on a big scale by quiz shows in which contestants were tipped off beforehand on Correct answers. Star performers Are expected to testify whether the shows were fixed in Advance so they lose on even the trickiest questions. Representatives of producers. Advertising agencies sponsors and television net works also May be called for sworn testimony. Robert w Lishem amp a. Counsel for the House Commerce subcommittee which is conducting the inquiry refused to name any of the witnesses. The subcommittee headed by rep Oren Harris d Arkis the same on that held the celebrated Adams Goldfine hearings in the same House caucus room in 1958, those hearings led to the resignation of presidential aide Sherman Adams following disclosures he had accepted gifts from new England industrialist rear a Goldfine the quiz show scandal goes Hack to August 1958. When Edward Hilgemeier a standby contestant for a dotto a complained the show was rigged. The program was cancelled. Then Herb Stumpel told a similar Story about a show on which he had been a Money Winner. That show soon departed and not Long afterwards so did a the 64.000 Dollar questions and its companion a the 64.000 Dollar Challenge a the National broadcasting co. Announced in new York saturday that it had terminated its relationship with Jack Barry and Dan Enright producers of the defunct a Twenty one but a spokesman said there was no connection Between this and the impending House investigation Barry and Enright have de Nied any wrong doing. One of their aides Albert Freedman was indicted on charges of perjury for allegedly lying w Hen he denied he provided any contestants with answers. Vote to be o toss up. Polls claim London cd a pome minister Macmillan predicted saturday his conservatives would win Britain s boiling hot election next thursday but latest Public opinion polls show the outcome nearly a toss up bet Wen the conserva Mes and i abort test have become More and More conf a Dent of the result Macmillan told a news conference. With Only five Days left the polls showed 39.5 per cent of the voters behind the conservatives and 58 per cent for Hugh gaits Kihs a labor party. A Little Morf then two weeks ago when Macmillan called the election on the Crest of a popularity wave and in the flush of president Eisenhower s visit Here his conservatives appeared a sure thing to w in an unprecedented third term and run Britain for another five years. At that time the polls usually accurate in forecasting elections in Britain gave the conservatives a 7.5 per cent margin As against the present 1.5. It May he the 18 per cent of undecided voters who will determine which party controls the 630-member House of commons and forms the next government. Macmillan and Gaitskill both embarked in final Campaign swings this weekend through the hinterlands they were slugging it out on the Mam issues the conservatives claim to the right of representing Britain at an East West Summit meeting and labor s promises to raise old age pensions and do away with sales taxes on necessities. Said Macmillan the urbane. 65-year-old estonian a i do not see How a party which is splits the labor ites Are. On every major Issue can possibly form a government with a Large enough Mammy to play an effective role at the Macmillan former defense minister and foreign Secretary. Took Over As prime minister in january 1957 when ailing Anthony Den stepped Down in the Wake of the Suez invasion crisis. Macmillan called for an overwhelming conservative Victory to give him authority a to go to the Summit this Winter. The prime minister before leaving London for his final drive accused Gaitskill of re Quot Quot is Quot of a a a Wpm Fli 4 info eyes of love rival Venice up a a jealous labourer saturday hurled a can of acid into the face of a love rival who May lose his sight police reported. The Center of the argument. Ruby Mae More. 43, also was burned on the body by the chemical which was tossed through a broken window into her apartment. Jessie Lee Thurman 40 a construction worker was hit in the face by the acid throw n by George Duffie 55. Police said. Duffie was arrested two hours after the alleged attack Bear shot in tree new i Ikeard ont a mrs. Annie Gibson 68, took Rifle in hand and shot a he in out of an Apple tree at her Dawson Point Home for old folks. She said the Bear Hud been stealing apples. British prime minister Harold Macmillan campaigning in Clapham sector of London is greeted by wave of outstretched hands. The prime minister is seeking re election on conservative party ticket in thursdays general a wire photo _ advertisement i authors wanted by . Publisher leading Dock publisher seek Rasnus scripts of All Type of fiction nonfiction. Poetry. Scholarly and religious work Etc new author welcomed Send for free Dookie Fn-8 Ventar prese �263 Hollywood blvd. Hollv-1 Wood 2s Calif. Mosley election cry Jet service set m m rip to air Send negroes Home Berlin up a air France will begin daily Jet Caravelle service Between Paris and we4t Berlin this fall Oil t i but a Fly no Buya Baldwin spin its a grands centimes Tut sow Lew 6uo<t terms direct with Baldwin s re Rte oar or rent to buy Russell piano company 4431 Atlantic a of 3-4443 Baldwin tac Trenor organs London a sir Oswald he now leads from his Home Mosley a fascist voice out of a a a Ireland or his Villa at or the past is campaigning m Sav outside Paris Britain s National e 1 e c t i o n _ a a with this single refrain Send to a the Ltd lec Quot ones the negro immigrants Home employment housing disarm other candidates May still Ament be common Market be looking for the issues that Peare Mosley has one an Thev feel will swing the votes ser Suend the coloured imm a their Way oct. 8. The former Grants borne Leader of British fascists be one of Bis workers stands lives he has found one. On the Back of an open panel a you want to Settle the in a Union Stree color problem a he tells his no mind Quot it a the message Street meetings. A Well do it Over a Loudspeaker. He drones with vote not on a Quot to mos get turns up froma a another meeting. This is pretty Heady talk in notting Hill which has now hear Lor your seen some of in Tain s worst flies a Juhe und Hing race rings and where police m a an 0 was Ksn have had to break up maraud among it of ing gangs of negroes and up the Street from an Auto Whites armed with axes and parked around the Corner broken bottles. Comes sir Oswald sixth Baro Mosley 63, next month is not to a title created in 1781. Campaigning for a seat in Waves and smiles show parliament from London sing his prominent Teeth and North Kensington District acknowledges the frenzied a which includes Sleazy notting Plause of three or four of his Hill As a Union movement supporters candidate this is the party he is a Gray Man his hair is Gay his Toothbrush mus sorting to bribery without re tache is Gray. His suit is Gray Gard for the National budget an his tie is Gray in promising higher pensions a housing problem a he and repeal of the heavy Pur says a of course there a a Chase tax on consumer goods housing problem. And it la get Gaitskill snapping Back in worse if coloured immigration a Campaign speech in liver Isnit stopped. In 10 years time Pool argued that the con there will be five times As Serva Tives were a shopping Many coloured a people in Brit made about labors pledge of am. This area will be quite sales tax Relief. Impossible for White . Internist hands Gavel to . Doctor or. Walter p. Martin of Long Beach was succeeded saturday As president of the California society of internal Medicine by or. James h Thompson of san Francisco. Other officers elected at the society s meeting in san fires Stampede elephants Lions toward Homes Zaka. Southern Rhodesia up a about 60 stampeding elephants and Lions were fleeing toward settlers Homes saturday night before Mammoth fires sweeping across thousands of acres of ranch land. A pall of smoke Cut Visi Toluca Mexico Upit of ability and added to the danger facials report a huge Deposit facing Farmers in the South of Black Marble similar to East of Southern Rhodesia that quarried in Italy has a ranch of 50,000 acres discovered rear Zabeen destroyed. Tango. To Barbara Are or. A Lee Edgar of la me a president elect and or. 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