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Long Beach Independent Press Telegram (Newspaper) - September 20, 1959, Long Beach, California Catalina asking Price Uso too a my i 111 111 i 111 Imi la i i i i ii i a a a Mil la iut i i Iii la i 11 in a a Miami mulls adoption of universe event Long Beach is looking Forward to a new worldwide pageant in 1960 leading to the crowning of a miss Intonational Beauty. It would replace the departing miss universe pageant. The following article in today s Miami Herald reports some of the questions raised and plans proposed in the Honda Cit As it ponders possible adoption of the universe pageant by Rose Allegato say cheesecake and you be got yourself an argument but greater Miami business brass civic top kicks and pre agents agree the miss universe pageant if staged Here would be Thev la also Tell you times have changed since the Days of the fabulous Bushy bowed Steve Hannagan but not much. A pretty girl is still a pretty girl or in the words of a Miami Beach hotel Man a the feminine figure what could be better a hard headed Hannagan. Who parlayed the Miami a h my Beauty into a National institution held to the Ide cheesecake was the area s trademark his critics said ? pin up press was branding the Beach a Honky Tonky a a but now owners of the miss universe Contes a shopping for a new backdrop after eight years in i eng Beach and Miami Beach press Agen Hank Meyer i waiting on the a customer. What would the pageant Cost and would it be a sound business Deal. Cheesecake or not1 the answer from Meyer about $100,000 to stage a month Long festival built around miss universe who pays Miami Miami Beach and Dade county govern ments would be asked to kick in $20 000 each making $60,000 the difference would be raised from private Enterprise the Catalina swim suit company owns the miss urn Erse title where does it fit into the financial picture1 according to Meyer Catalina asked for a Flat $100 000 for the use of the title the figure later Wen Down to $150,000 Meyer countered with a percentage offers Catalina to get no guarantee but to Rake off 53 per cent of the Gross receipts Miami interests would assume the responsibility of staging the pageant plus hiring a staff including a special events director and of course footing the Bills for same. Where negotiations stand Meyer says Catalina still wants to talk it is interested in the Miami area As a site for the International contest. Mever who now fills the role Hannagan held until eight years before his death in is has nothing against 17-24-36 either but he adds cheesecake in t enough a a a a a Meyer is is the miss universe pageant As the Spring Board for a nne month International festival Replete with continued Page a a col 1 Southland s own sunday newspaper Independent fess Leterrain the weather a morning Low cloudiness to Dav and monday otherwise mostly sunny. High temperature today about $0 phone hell oct 5-1161 a classified 2-5959 Chiong Beach 12, calf. Sunday september 20. 1959 vol. 8 a no. 4 42 Page threatens to end visit Nikita steals the show a a a a a a a a a Hollywood stars perform but All eyes on Premier Secretary Herter . Must probe theory or. K serious about arms says Herter i nit d nations. N y. Ltd it a Secretary of state Christian a. Herter believes Nikita Khrushchev genuinely desires arms reduction and the United so lies probe the soviet Premier s new four year disarmament plan to the Hilt. This was stated saturday by an International statesman Vav to cannot be identified by name in nationality but who is familiar with Hertert a thinking. Hertert a belief this informant said is that Khrushchev wants to go Down in history As the Man who boosted soviet consumer goods product lion fulfilled his seven year economic plan raised his country s living Standard and made the soviet Union first in the world in Industry. For this reason it was said. The Secretary of stae believes Khrushchev has a genuine de sire to switch soviet manpower and capital from Mill Tare to civilian purposes. Dodgers rap . Twice tie for first the i of Angeles dodgers stormed into a first place tie with the san Francisco giants saturday night by sweeping a split doubleheader from them 4-1 and 5 3. Milwaukee crept up to within a half game of the deadlocked clubs with a 9-3 win Over Philadelphia. A foe run blast in the seventh inning cinched the Nightcap for the dodgers following Roger Craigs nifty six hitter in the afternoon. It Ai so w As a double loss for manager Bill Rig Nev s Southpaw tandem of Johnny Antoneilli and Mike Mccormick Antoneilli suffered his loth defeat saturday afternoon while taking hrs third shot at becoming a 20 game w Oner Mccormick. Who now is 12-15, was taken out n the seventh inning of the night a Quot or Jim g Luam drove in two runs with a double to make the score .3 i detail in sports Section soviet Premier Khrushchev visited a Hollywood studio saturday to see a picture being filmed and immediately stole the show on stage 8 of 20th in turn i of. Frank Sinatra and Maurice Chevalier Sang and Shirley Mac Aine danced. But the Eves of Hollywood a glamorous stars were on the rotund prime minister. Or. And mrs k sat in the front Row of a special Box High above the set of a musical comedy. On the other Side of the set. In specially erected grandstand bleachers dozens of stars who earlier had attended a studio luncheon for the Khrushchev party looked on. Ltd Sinatra introduced the cast and said the first number to be filmed would be a song sequence by Chevalier and l Ouis Jourdan. A it s called a the said a live and let live a a Khrushchev enjoyed the remark immensely and applauded. Miss Maclaine preceded her dance number with a 11 title. Talk. # looking up at the Khrushchev Box she said a i have tried very hard to memorize then she began speaking haltingly in russian a i do Hope you enjoy our picture because we very much enjoy the soviet artists you Send to this a the user Boss clapped his hands and nodded later miss Madeline remarked to newsmen that she had called up 25 different persons and got 25 different versions of How to pronounce russian words a but at lunch a she said a i sat next to the editor of pravda and he helped me a shooting of a can can was late in starting because continued Page a 3. Col 7 Eisenhower blisters demo Congress for its Many failures1 Ufi Fosburg a. Up a president Eisenhower blistered the democratic Contro led Congress saturday for a Many disappointing failures Quot in its first session and served notice he will fight an new a extravagant proposals Quot in i960�?an election year. The chief executive in a special 1,500-word critique on lion and for overriding his the session just ended pulled veto of a a pork barrel Quot Public no punches and hinted Strong works Bill by that he would he a answer t0 he president s for elation of a attack Senate democrats Republican controlled con who a of mans eid Mont cie., next year Rad saturday it put that the he gave full credit to an chief executive had better a outspoken citizen and do take another. Look at the congressional leaders for curbing what he tailed Quot sex of a to that Cess be democratic spending another proposals and for pushing a a we a a he adv was s0 through the anti corruption we a know Jurt whal he Tabor in Reform Bdl and flu or Abou has Ai Montr other urgent legislation. Hey yer Van him and Wulc he is relat ing a by t he castigated the Rhth to sen How a taunted la. Congress for fore in Congress onal a or it to in a of ref is or to postal find a cd of cd i a a rates. Re act no hts proposal i a a a Ftp from he to of. The interest Reding on Barr a la pull. Work or Long term government Bonds r Hhrlan ,,c Coal to make them More scalable for neglect Rig farm Legisla continued Page a 2 of 3 Jbv can can for Khrushchev soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev got a grandstand View saturday when or v visited the 20th Century Fox studios in Holly Wood and sat in on a rehearsal for a scene from the movie a seated on the visitors Balcon Are from left Stvros p. Skouras 20th Century president. Khrushchev his interpreter mrs buddy Adler. Mrs Shius Thev Ani mrs Skouras staff photo by Roger oar angry Over comment of mayor gives Southland Lead ers 15-m Inu the Tongue lashing cd �?�hrt�<3 wire services i of Angeles soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev threatened saturday night to Cut Short his visit to the i listed states of officials a do not want to cooperate his startling remark came in off the cuff remarks following a 40 minute prepared spec h to a group of 1,000 ins Angeles Cru and business official at the ambassador hotel it was precipitated by an Fitro Ductor remark by i of Angeles mayor Norris Poul Lon the City Stop official i had said in addressing his i Welcome to the soviet Leader that a you Khrushchev have said a we shall Bury you you shall not Bury tis and we shall not Bury you we Tell you in the friendliest terms possible. There Wall not be continued Page a to col i or. K hits Disneyland curtain by i n sir soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev had an Iron curtain banged Down in front of his f yes saturday and be did no to like it one Btl j he was forbidden for Security reasons to visit d a Neyland during his 20 hour stay in i of Angeles the soviet chief expressed his disappointment like to i angry Donald Duck angrily or boomed of pm Hollywood personalities assembled for luncheon at 20th Century Fox studios i would like very much to go Sec this Disneyland but then we cannot guarantee your Security they said and what must i do1 commit suicide a have yol got rocket launching pads or something j there what is it the cholera there or something gangs is a Ken hold of the place ambassador Henry Cabot continued Page a 3 col 3 pedestrian 67, killed a 67-year pedestrian died in Community Hospital saturday night after he was struck by a car while in a crosswalk at f 23rd St and Lakewood blvd the dead Man was identified As John cd Williams of 2294 Roswell a arrested or a manslaughter charge was Vav Illy a id la Rod or. 2�?o of 5943 n Autry St Lakewood. Labor leaders in violent split on dining with Nikita sow arrows where to find it on k route san in Anc Imo up f americans labor leaders were split wide open saturday on whether they should eat and drink with soviet Premier in Kila Khrushchev seven \ in e presidents of the of Ito attending a a Tiona convention Here. Planned to eat with Karu she he v sunday night in de Lance of the Union head George Meany. But in the City a hotels other Union brass indignantly muttered that the seven would appear As appeasers in the Eves of Trade Union members battling communism in other countries a a in a rather sit Down with a pig. A d one trader he s a p 2 who eats people a Meany who was invited to the dinner refused by saving he to. D not be found deed with Khrushchev Meany argued that the russian was coming Here Only to make propaganda and that anti communists should not help him in hts lob numerous labor officials put pressure on the two Prim a pal organizers of the dinner. James b ares of the i med i Lect be a1 to hers and Walter Reuther of the United Auto workers los Angeles lev Short in before Premier Khrushchev s motorcade was to pass police saturday arrested a Man whose car they said con tamed a Hunting Bow arrows a pistol e lips and ammunition a police helicopter spotted the vehicle hidden in Brush 75 feet from Sepuleda blvd. In the Hollywood Hills police arrested irs1 e j by Ingstad 48 o Hawthorne Dot it miss the women Section to Dave it present the Annua fail w inter fashion edition offering the com plete style picture Fot the season ahead. Usi Al i y Fri no in a separate Section fhe real estate and business Page today appear on pages a-16-20. Regular i p t features follow amusements. .s-6 Mobile Homes .5-b Beach combing. By Rad in to. Cis Bridge. W 25 real estate. Schell menus. .a-16-29 w26 classified. C 1-15 ship arrivals. .s-7 death notices by sports. .s-l-5 editorials b-2 Star gazers Medicine and you.a-10 women new s win pm

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