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Nevada State Journal (Newspaper) - June 17, 1959, Reno, Nevada Buy a Broom Lions club Sale in. Reno Sparks is tonight Reno evening Gazette weather fair tonight thursday slowly rising temperatures minimum 40 noontime 73 increasing fire danger be careful outdoors a newspaper for the Home information and enjoyment for every member of the family eighty third 70 phone a 3-3161 Reno Nevada wednesday june 17, 1959 phone a 3-3161 28 pages 10 cents Gromyko delays Geneva showdown Navy patrol Crew tells of machine gun attack by mis fighters plane limps Back to port rear gunner badly Hurt 2 guns not operative Yokosuka. Japan june 17. A a. U. S. Navy plane Crew told today How communist Mig fighters raked their patrol plane with 15 to 20 bursts machine gun fire and sent it limping Home with two of its four engines out and one of the 14 crewmen wounded. The airmen told a news conference two or pos Sibly three red starred nationality still a swooped Down suddenly on the Turbo Mercator while in new York teamster indicted again new York june 17 up former teamster Union Boss Dave Beck and two prominent trucking company executives were indicted by a Federal grand jury today for what was termed a mysterious payment 1o Beck in 1951 those named with Beck were Roy Fruehauf of 5330 Middlevelt rd., Birmingham mich., presi Dent of the Fruehauf trailer co. Of Detroit and Burge Seymour of of Litchfield county conn., president of the associated transport inc., of 380 Madison ave., new York. Beck and the others were charged with violations of Taft Hartley act provision forbidding a Union officer from accepting payments from management officials and vice versa. Was president Beck still was teamster Union president at the time of the alleged payment. And his Union represented employees of the two firms. He is now in retirement and facing possible prison terms in other cases. The indictment did not Spe icy the purpose of the purported payment and. Atty. S. Hazard Gillespie declined to Ela borate. However Fruehauf and sey Mour admitted it in testimony before the Senate select commit tee on improper activities in the labor Field on May they said they made the payment jointly to Beck on the Date Given in the indictment june Brief indictment in their testimony both executives said that at no time did they ask the purpose of the pay ment and at no time were they told what it was for. Beck a onetime laundry wag on Driver who became one of the most powerful labor leaders in the nation appeared before the congressional committee on May 8, 1957, and refused to answer More than 200 questions. Today s two count indictment Here was extremely rare on one respect. It was one of the Short est Ever seen. It was scarcely More than a Page Long and con listed merely of the formal charge against the Trio without elaboration of any kind. Prop it was Over International Waters 45 Miles off the East coast of North Korea tues Day. The Tail gun was knocked out and the gunner wounded on the second of six communist runs before he could open fire. The plane s two other 20 my. A Chin guns were unable to fire be cause of missing parts. The attack was broken off As the plane started to Limp Back to Japan. It was met by two air Force Sabre Jet fighters that answered its Call for help but the migs had vanished Long be fore. Has 40 wounds the injured Tail gunner Avia Tion electronics mate 3-c Donald e. Corder 20, of Jacksonville and Farmer City 111., suffered More than 40 painful but not critical wounds from shrapnel and Fly ing plexiglass. He was hit in the neck arms and hands and suffered a fracture of the Kneecap and a head wound. Rear. Frederic s. Withing ton commander of. Naval forces in Japan said emphatically. Patrols would continue in the area. We Are not going to admit that the sea of Japan is a russian he declared. But the Admiral said he did not plan to Send fighter escorts for the patrol planes explaining that would be More provocative than Withington said it was the first time a Navy aircraft had been still re previous Index amusements.16-17 Ann 12 Clam fled ads.23-30 comics 27 crossword puzzle.4 4 Jakoby on bridge.6 local regional 15 19-21 Sylvia 2 television lag. 22 vital statistic-.22 weather lor.22 so badly damaged and turned to base. In 11 brushes Between communist and american planes in the far East turn to Page 22, col 4 to Superman is suicide in Hollywood Hollywood june 17. Up George Reeves was Superman to millions of television fans but not to himself. Tha husky 45-year-old actor committed suicide yesterday moments after his Fiance predicted in jest he s going to shoot Reeves a jut Jawed natural for the role of Superman was selected to portray the caped flying Marvel nine years ago. Television filming of the Superman series stopped a year and a half ago with 105 episodes completed enough a Friend said to last the producers for the rest of their friends said the series brought Reeves financial secur Ity he was paid for each to showing and some Fame but not fulfilment As an actor. R Joves Felt doomed to play Superman who used extra Ordinary physical and mental prowess to defeat the forces of evil. He once explained Why he could t get other roles it s like hop along Cassidy trying to get an acting Job in White tie and Dallas shaken Dallas. Tex., june 17. Up a slight earthquake Shook dal Las 46 seconds after. Today. It was definitely an Earth quake and close said or. Eugene Herrin of Southern methodist University. He said the school s Seismograph re corded the tremor at. President asks attack details especially eyes x unarmed status Washington june 17 up president Eisenhower the Pentagon and critical senators called today for immediate reports on Why a Navy patrol plane could t fire Back when attacked by communist aircraft Over the sea of Japan monday. All asked for an explanation of reports by members of the Crew of the plane that they were unable to fight Back because parts for some guns were miss ing. Eisenhower said he was greatly concerned about the reports of missing gun parts cutting Down the ability of the plane to fight Back. Requests report he said he has asked the Navy for a Complete report on the at tack on the patrol plane. The president added that he assumed the Navy at the proper time would make Public its findings. At the Capitol critical senators demanded an immediate investigation of Why the plane did not turn its guns on the attacking aircraft. They were told by Secretary turn to Page 22, col. 6 fall Down Cliff partly scalps san Diego girl la Jolla a girl of 19 was partly scalped in a fall Down an Ocean Shore Cliff today. She was found walking on the Ducach in a dazed condition with of her Scalp hanging Over tier face police sgt. William e. Gui Ette or. Said. He identified her As Donna March of 18271st ave., san Diego a theater employee. She was walking with Lanny Mcbride 19, Sailor of the aircraft Carrier Bennington and two other couples when she fell at Torry Pines. She was taken to scrupps Hospital where her condition was described As serious. Shark Hunt on at la Jolla san Diego Hunt for lie Man eating shark of la Jolla began today. One boat from the Scripps institution of oceanography trailed a bucket of dried blood As bait while a har Pooner stood ready in the Bow. Two other boats Laid nets in a sweeping Arch of 100 Yards. Conrad Limbaugh Scripps Marine biologist and diving expert was in charge of the Hunt. State game wardens plan to Start a Hunt for the shark thurs Day. Cop killers Coyle Brothers were rounded up this morning near Middleboro mass., by a Large posse of state troopers. Top photo shows brother William 22, being toted from the scene on Stretcher after being shot fatally. Lower photo shows John 24, in custody of police. Up telephoto in Massachusetts Nab fugitive Brothers one fatally wounded Middleboro mass., june 17 Coyle Brothers object Massachusetts biggest Man liberate wins his Law suit London june 17. A High court jury awarded Ameri can entertainer liberals damages today in a libel suit against the Lon Don daily Mirror. The jurors 10 men and 2 after 3% hours of deliberation that a Story in 1956 by Mirror columnist Wil Liam n. Connor implied that the pianist was a homosexual. The implication was untrue the jury held and the phrase ology used by Connor in the column was not fair comment As claimed by the Mirror. Liberace insisted the column said plainly that he was some thing less than Man he swore on the witness stand that he was not a homosexual. Hunt were captured today in Woods about a half mile from where they held up a liquor store monday. Shortly afterwards at St. Luke s Hospital William Coyle 22, younger of the two died of police bul lets. His brother John 24, was not wounded. The Brothers had fled Philadel phia after allegedly killing a policeman. They had kidnapped a hostage William Sedgwick 49, and drove to Massachusetts in his in. Sedgwick escaped when the gun men fled into the Woods As they were surprised by police after the liquor store Job. Troopers gunned Down William Coyle. He was taken to St. Luke s Hospital in serious condition. John Coyle escaped the Hail of bullets. He was stripped of his clothing wrapped in a trooper s Raincoat and hustled off to police Barracks. Both Brothers were heavily armed. A posse of up to 400 troopers conservation officers lbs agents and area beaten through the Woods since monday morning. Legal problem delays return mrs. Long plies to return spouse Galveston tex., june 17. Minor Legal problem to Day delayed temporarily the re turn of governor Earl k. Long to Louisiana. Adrian s. Levy si1., chief at Torney for the ailing governor said conferences will be resumed at. To Complete arrangements for Long s re lease from John Sealy Hospital. Levy said mrs. Long wants an agreement that the governor will enter Ochsner foundation Hospital in new Orleans when he leaves Galveston. We think thug has no place in our order unless the governor wants Levy said. Mrs. Long had arrived by Louisiana air National guard plane at. To take her husband to new Orleans. She began immediate conferences with her Texas attorneys and with Levy. All the attorneys. Levy said feel that the Only thing needed is a request that probate court judge Hugh Gibson dismiss mrs. Long s application for a 90-Day commitment. He said such a request was delayed by mrs. Long s desire for an agreement from the governor. Plastic bag deaths now 62 across nation new York june 17. Makers of plastic in cooperation with others today launched a nationwide advertising Campaign to warn of the dangers of improper use of one of their own products plastic bags. The move came with the Dis closure that 61 deaths in the United states so far this year could be attributed to plastic bag asphyxiation. William t. Cruse executive vice president of the society of the plastics Industry inc., told a news conference the Campaign would be newspapers and on the the next six weeks. We vant to Blanket the coun try with a blockbusting Campaign in the shortest possible he said. Our not to have one More death through launch missile Eglin air Force base fla., june 17 the air Force has announced the second successful launching of the Gam-77 hound dog missile. The supersonic air to surface missile made a planned Impact several Hundred Miles Down the at lactic missile averts breakdown soviet Leader Given Chance to save face West hopeful he will try some negotiation by John m. High Towk Geneva june 17. Foreign minis Ter Andrei a. Gromyko today asked and got a 24-hour delay in giving his answer to a new Western plan for a Berlin Stopgap settlement. This averted a breakdown in the foreign ministers meeting. Western ministers agreed to the delay in the Hope that Gromyko will negotiate on their proposal. It offered him a Compromise face saving Deal which would open the Way to open the Way Summit conference. Under the Western plan it was disclosed the Western pow ers declared their readiness to have German personnel operate checkpoints on the Berlin sup ply lines. This is an offer to accept dealings with communist East German authorities More or less As agents of the soviet Union. This appears to be one major Surprise provision in the West Ern proposal. The plan was not released in textual form but was summarized by Western spokesmen. Non recognized the West refuses to recognize the East German regime. A major Point in the current crisis is the soviet threat to turn Over to the East germans control of the lines supplying the British French and u. S. Garrisons in West Berlin 110 Miles inside East Germany. U. S. Secretary of state Christian a. Herter and his Western allies were prepared to bring the conference to a close within a few Days unless soviet foreign minister Andrei Gro Tum to Page 22, col. 8 for Lake Tahoe group submits pact terms for 2 states Sacramento a Citi Zens advisory group on Lake Tahoe problems has agreed on a set of proposed terms for an inter state compact Between California and Nevada. The eight member committee submitted these projected terms at a meeting of the two state Lake Tahoe problems committee tuesday in Sacramento unimpaired rights of Landown ers in the Tahoe area to use water for Domestic and recreational purposes in the future. Water contained in sewage effluent May be pumped out of the Tahoe watershed if downstream water Exchange agreements Are reached. A Weir to regulate the Lake s outflow into the Truckee River if it is found desirable. Pumping of Lake water Tor downstream use in drouth periods if approved by a permanent com pact commission. The advisory group urged that attorneys for the two states be Gin immediately drawing up sex takes dim View Ike sees Geneva impasse Washington june 17 i president Eisenhower said today the Geneva foreign ministers talks seem to have reached an impasse and prospects for a Summit conference Are no brighter. The president told a news con Ference however that to still would be willing to go to a leads of government meeting if any kind of reasonable Progress can be made at Geneva. And in Isnhower said in response to a question that he does t necessarily mean there must be Progress specifically Ort the Berlin situation. He said he has in mind any kind of reasonable Progress on East West problems generally. Not brighter Tho president was asked whether he believes that prospects for a Summit conference have grown dimmer in the last couple of weeks. He replied that prospects certainly have not brightened. He went on to say Hie Geneva talks seem to have reached an in at least an unread Ness for fruitful discussion. A bit later the president was asked whether his idea of Prog Ress at Geneva is that there must be some Advance toward resolving differences Over Berlin. Eisenhower said he never had meant to tie prospects for a turn to Page 22, Coj. 3 act language for water agreement. A Lake Tahoe Stone thrower knocks l out of Motel sign some Rock flinging Varmint this morning knocked the a out of things. Deputies were alerted by a. F. Craig owl Motet 6430 South Virginia St., that he had heard a crash and dashed outside of find that a chunk of Stone had been thrown at the Motel is elect Lovely putting the is both sides out of commission. Craig Cakl when he reached the he saw a rapidly departing boy scout 15, probably fell into Colorado Kanab Utah june 17 15-year-old boy scout apparently fell from a dirt Bluff into the Colo Rado River and drowned officials said today. Sheriff Leonard Johnson of Kane county called off the Hunt for Jesse m. Drury Iii of Holla Day Utah a Salt Lake City sub Urb. Drury failed to return Mon Day from an excursion Down Colorado River. Johnson planned dredging operations in the River below a Point where search parties found a dirt Trail caved in yesterday. About 30 feet below the imprint of a body was spotted on a ledge and be Low that about 80 feet another imprint was sighted. Johnson said the youth apparently fell from the Trail hit the two ledges and then tumbled into the River. The spot was a few Hundred Yards from where the scouts camped at a place called the crossing of the is located about fathers. This 20 air Miles North of the Glen Canyon dam site in Northern Arizona and about 105 Miles East of Here. The youth was last teen sit Ting on a Rock monday at the Camp site

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