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Long Beach Independent Press Telegram (Newspaper) - October 11, 1959, Long Beach, CaliforniaSouthland s own sunday newspaper Independent = press Jele rate the weather sunny today hut considerable Low cloudiness tonight and monday morning. Cooler monday. High Toda it about so. Phone Hemlock 5-1161 a classified 2-5959 Long Beach 12. California sunday. October ii. 1959 vol. 8 a no. 7 in pages sinkage halting. Expert says fire sweets port of ens Enada toking 1 f d a consultant Cruiser off m m w n w m we w m mum 1 1 g. J f a i for Navy 1 la 8 Hurt away hrs a Lelse and to i Bors optimistic pleasure Craft goes Down at Horseshoe kelp f ire touched off by an explosion swept a 32-foot Cabin Cruiser and injured eight persons saturday at Horseshoe kelp about 8j2 Miles South of Long Beach. The boat the sport Angler ii. Sank in 120-foot water. None of the persons was burned seriously. Treated at Seaside Hospital and released were Irene j. Ross 40. Of Sepuleda first degree Burns on the right leg. Stephen a. Ross 40, of be pulsed a. Second degree Burns on the left Arm and left Side of face. Reginald j. Car 25 of a no. Second degree Burns on the right Arm and Back. Gerald j. Tardiff 25, of Encino first degree Burns on the face Diane a. Nev Ille. 25 of a Noga Park first degree Burns on the chm. Refusing treatment were James l. Hawley. 32. Of 11714 Alburtis st., Norwalk owner of the boat Richard h Neville 27. Of Canoga Park and Kenneth Hawley 30, of Huntington Park. Three coast guard boats Ere dispatched to fight the fire. The owner of the boat told police the Anchor had been dropped in Horseshoe kelp when the explosion ripped the Hatch covers off the engine room and the fire broke out. A mop m where Manana Means today mexican longshoremen swing another baie of Cotton aboard a freighter at Ensenada bound for delivery in Japan or North Europe. Shippers say Ensenada dockers work nearly three times As fast As local longshoremen for a fraction of their pay thanks to mexican incentive system of paying for tonnage loaded. A staff photo. James Hawley used extinguishers to fight the fire to no Avail. He then jumped overboard with the rest of the victims. The eight were picked up by two smaller boats. The names of the owners of the Small boats were not Learned. The victims were transferred to the sport Fisher Fisherman where they were Given first Aid and taken to Shore. They were driven to the Hospital in private cars. Quads born to Mother of 8 children Baltimore a a 30-Yeur-old woman already the Mother of eight children gave birth to quadruplets saturday at Johns Hopkins Hospital. A Hospital spokesman said mrs Lorraine Graves of Annapolis and All four babies a three girls and a Hoy a w Ere healthy and doing Fine. Or. Frank leak resident physician in obstetrics delivered the first baby a 4-Pound, 8u-ounce girl at 1 17 . The other babies a 3-Pound, 1312-ounce girl a 3-Pound, 11-ounce Hoy and a 3-Pound. 8-ounce girl were delivered within 35 minutes. Mrs. Graves Only 5 feet 2 and normally about 140 pounds is married to George Graves hut lives with her Mother. Mrs. Temperance Simms in Annapolis. Her husband was reported to have been Ili for several months. Her other eight children include two sets of twins. Panel set for steel hearings mashing ton in Pic a panel of fact finders named by president Eisenhower will decide Toda it How it will conduct hearings aimed at bringing at least an 80-Dav respite in the nations worst steel strike. The striking steelworkers Union was reported planning a Strong fight As the hearings against a court order provided for in emergency provisions of the Taft Hartley act. To Send the men Back to work after 88 Days of picket Lin a Eisenhower a action in setting the Taft Hartley machinery in motion late Friday Drew a barrage of critical fire from Many of the striking steelworkers from other unions and from some democrats in Congress. T a even the Man a lie presi Dent named to head the three Man fact finding Hoard did t seem enthusiastic about the Job. He is or. George w. Taylor a seasoned labor mediator. Taylor a former Federal official and now a University of Pennsylvania professor said before leaving Philadelphia for Washington that lie had hoped to withdraw from the Lahore relations Field entirely and spend All his time teaching. Then he added but this is a critic Al time. When the president asks you to do something you can to very Well say Taylor said he planned to meet Wuth his colleagues on the tact finding panel today to determine hearing procedures he said the hearings themselves May get under Way monday afternoon. As a matter of routine the Federal mediation service in continued Page a-2, col. 3 . Odds favor Summit Parley at Geneva Early in december Washington up a High american officials said saturday the Odds now Are that the big four Summit conference will take place in Geneva sometime during the first 10 Days of december. Within the next few Days the state department is expected to ask Britain France and other interested allies to submit specific suggestions on time and place for the meeting along with ideas on the procedure for arranging it. The United states already has Given its Western allies a Complete fill in on president Eisenhower scamp Dav id talks with soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev and has told them the presidents objections to a top meeting have been removed. Both White House and state department sources pin Point Early december As the most like lev time although a few Well placed officials think it might come As Early As the last a it Eek in november and they Point out that Neutral Geneva with All its conference facilities is the logical place. Officials said that if the conference is not held before dec 10, it probably would have to he postponed until March or later. After mid december the president Wall be fully occupied on preparations of the new Federal budget and his state of the Union address to Congress Early in january. Fie could hardly if Tive in the Early Days of the new session. % a there appears to or officials added no reason Why the Summit meeting should have to or postponed until next year. They pointed out two reasons for meeting before mid december a the a s. Objections to a Summit conference have been eliminated in Large part As a result of Khrushchev is Assurance to Eisenhower that the Kremlin is not setting any time limit on the Berlin negotiations. This in effect Means Russia has withdrawn its ultimatum to the allies to pull out of West Berlin within a specified time or face the possibility of a separate russian treaty with East German. A British pressure for an Early meeting of Eisenhower. Khrushchev prime minister Harold Macmillan and French president Charles de Gaulle is expected to intensify in the Wake of the conservative Victor in last thursdays British elections. Longshoremen paid by ton Coop Kitty balks loafing by Lee Craig i. P t Harbor reporter Ensenada about 165 Miles South of the labor troubled ports of Long Beach and los Angeles lies a Carefree Harbor that could pass for a shipper s dream of Utopia. A Seaward growth of the sleepy tourist town of Ensenada Mexico this Happy Harbor in Many ways is a blend of All that the two California ports Are not. Steamship agents find that Ensenada makes no charge for dockage or wharfage. Pilot and tug fees Are minimum vessels Are Only minutes from the open sea reducing port of Call time and longshoremen Are skilled industrious and cheap. And there is no pilferage. The port can berth four vessels at a time. Wharf construction is under Way to provide berths and Back areas for two More ships. Covered storage area now limited to two transit Sheds is also being increased. Work will begin soon on three More Sheds. Ocean surge now a major problem will be lessened by Extension of the existing breakwater. The tiny port already has dealt a Hedv blow to its nearest California neighbor. San Diego and has sliced sizable hunks from revenues at Long Beach and los Angeles. Ensenada it appears will be the Export port for Mosi of the Mexicali area Cotton from now on. Until the past several years this Cotton was divided among the three Southern California ports with san Diego getting the Lions share. For example Long beat h and los Angeles together handled 217.000 Bales of mexican Cotton in the 1955-56 season while the Border City took care of 195.000 Bales by 1958-59, the la share had dwindled to 37.000 Hales while san Diego Clung do 100,000 Hales even this is far More than am of the three ports will receive this Hahn says robot a goofed Only 6 More inches of subsidence seen for shipyard area by Harry Fulton the l s Nav it consultant on subsidence expressed satisfaction saturday with the revised program for controlling the land sinkage problem in the Long Beach naval shipyard area. Uzzell s Branson or. Petroleum engineering consultant of Dallas tex., spent most of last week in Long Beach reviewing the revised w Ater flooding schedule for the Navy Yard area Wuth Harbor department engineers and Navy officials although he emphasized that his engineering analysis has not been completed Branson said that if present plans Are carried out a i feel sure they will succeed in stopping the subsidence Wii within the limits which the Navy has stipulated the n e w schedule prepared by the City in cooperation with other major producers in the shipyard area Progi Arm the drilling of injection w Ells and the injection of Salt water into the upper four Oil zones under and surrounding the shipyard. Actual flooding operations already have been started in the shipyard area and the schedule Calk for expanding the flood to 136,000 barrels of water per Day in october 189,200 in november 213,400 continued Page a-3. Col 2 Hahn raps county electronic brain by Bob Houser the Long Beach and los Angeles ports Voith their greater diversify of cargoes Aren t badly Hurt by this loss. Their primary concern has been whether the mexican port with its Low labor costs will attract Cotton shippers from Arizona new Mexico and California. Steamship agents Sav this is unlikely at present because of complications involved in conference rate schedules and in arranging transportation of the u. S Cotton to a mexican port l. B. And l a. Harbor officials opposed. The Aye votes were by Frank g. Bonelli. Warrer Cut a its a a it a a a v \ v3 amp it is get we a a Quot a gop worker o. J. Evans Dies Orville j. Evans. 52, of 3917 Ashworth st., Lakewood executive Secretary to the Republican Centra committee of los Angeles for 25 years until his retirement in february died saturday night in Community Hospital. The Douglas aircraft co. Security officer leaves his widow Opal a son Mark and a daughter Marsha. It looks phony Long Beach and Vicinity Are getting an eyeful of a new 1.218-Page Telephone directory. Staff writer Ben Zinser brings you a close up of the giant in an article on Page a-8. Continued on a-3, col. 1 3 arrested during party at Lakewood a sheriffs Deputy was bitten on the Finger in a Melee that developed As officers attempted to break up a Lakewood party saturday night Deputy John Bates was bitten by Neal Allyn Brown 25. Of 5836 Cardale st., the officers said. The deputies had gone to Brown s Home in answer to a disturbance Call and said they were jumped when they attempted to arrest Brown. Brown and two unidentified guests were booked at the Lakewood sheriffs station. Shell run again Skowhegan Maine it Pic sen. Margaret Chase Smith a Maine said saturday it is no secret that she will run for a third term in the u. S Senate. Aid package fatal Calcutta. India up a a refugee from floodwaters in the Burdow an District Northwest of Here was killed saturday when struck by an air dropped food packet. Southland brings you fall Carden pointers count v supervisor Kenneth $300,000 for an electronic Hahn charged saturday that device to count election bal a Kinc size Soofi by Han and Ernest Deb million Dollar electronic Miracle machine Means that a for the first time since 1923. The county tax Bills. Dorn and Burton Chace which will include the taxes imposed by it ties school Dis Hahn said or opposed tricks and other taxing Agen the $600.000 january 195.3 cios of government w ill not contract with Norden Metaj carry an itemized breakdown corp. For the ballot counter of the various tax because the firm had Neve Hahn tied his blast to built such a device it was supervisors decision a even county subsidized but can be after learning of the a a goofy a sold All Over the ., there to spend another 8300,000 on was no guarantee the com a still another Miracle a puny could build the device Chine which has already Cost or that it would work and taxpayers $600,000 a he re there Are serious questions feared to an electronic ballot about whether the Sanctity counter. Hahn said he of of the ballot would be pre posed vigorously. Served. of the data Matic Hahn said the data Matic machine Llero fat tax by electronic computes system it Ahn sad Wou a make a a cannot print the tax rate m hat the in lure a Hll on the and a a to the pm nov the people of los Angeles county Are being deprived of this is unfair to the information which they Are county. But More important entitled to than that a he said a it is in he said the county com a r to the cities and school i tied itself in May 1957, districts Many of which Reto $47,0oo-a-month payments diced their tax Over 10 years for the data he urged that the Board malic machine to prepare tax of supervisors adopt a More Rolls and Bills and the pro critical attitude toward the Gram is now a Vear behind a Miracle machines and reschedule. Mand Assurance that the a yet with this sad expert Money spent would produce ence behind them a Fisahn savings for taxpayers with continued a the supervisors out problems such As the or voted 3-2 to spend another rows in printing the tax Bills a where to find it a mock aggressor troops Are testing morale of gis Story on Page a-18. A California is using drugs to fight drug addiction a Story by staff writer Jim Mccauley reveals on Page a-10 regular 1. It features follow amusements .b-3 radio to .b-4 Bridge .yv-7 real estate.r-l-6 .c-m6 school menus .w-12 classified death notices. A-14 editorials .b-2 Medicine and you .a-15 Mobile homes.s-8 ship arrivals. A-10 sports. S-1 -0 Star Gazer. B-3 women s news. U -112

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