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Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - September 4, 1959, Long Beach, California LAOS SEEKS U.K. LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 184 PRICE 10 CENTS 5-1 W PAGES CLASSED HE EDITION (Six Editions Daily} Accuseclof Labor Bill Passes Husband Kills Vloman, Self A KILT-EDGED K M M President given; a true by Mar- quess .ofAilsa: fright) on irriyal.'atCulzean Castle, Turnberry, Scotland, to- day. Darriar, Lord golden stands behind the handshaking paifiaV'Ike was welcorheld' to-the castle where he will vacation before return- ing to :the U. S..The President motored to Turnberry from Prestwick, Scot- -'land'; where 'he aVrived earlier today'by air from Wirephoto.) Bill BULLETIN WASHINGTON Senate today upheld Presi- dent Eisenhower's' veto of the 000 housing fin- lihed the matter; When trie first chamber to holds a the other1 bouse does not even vote. Ike Ends Mission, Flies to Scotland GULZEAN CASTLE, Scotland (UPI) President Eisenhower ended an historic 10-day European peace mis sipn today. and flew: to Scotland for: a few. d ay s. o! rest to prepare for his approaching meetings with Soviet Premier Nikita S. Khrushchey. Wounds Boarder During Shooting a rap- id-fire. bullets, .a young laborer wife, her landlady, and then took his own life early'today. An- other' rha'h was, wounded by the fusMlade.' j'., Dekd are Bruce Kelly, 24, 20, and Mrs. Coy Lee Bates, 40, all of 4173 W.' I62nd St. Struck' by 'a .bullet in the ight hand was Clarence .egge, 40, a boarder at the louse. Sheriff's deputies said Kelly ame'to the house Thursday night in an effort to reconcile with his wife. He had left everal days earlier with their nfant daughter, whom he left with, In. San Diego. LEGGE TOLD officers that the four of .them chatted in ers You WASHINGTON. dent E i se w e r today vetoed the second-shot Social..Security, even before your housing, bill Social Security Numbers Con 111 test allows you to do just that Follow, the: example of Mrs Theta Bailey, of 3721 Vermont which Congress had passed after he Vetoed a more 'cost- ly measure in July. .The President in a message to the Senate said the new bill like its. predecessor goes too far. Although some-of the tea'; he the tures of the first bill vetoed are removed in new measure, and some other features partially the new its most im- portant provisions represents h'ttle improvement 'over, .the original, he said. "THERE IS still time 'for the Congress to enact a sound housing bill, and I once again urge that it do H senhower said in a special message which the White House announced he signed in Paris Thursday. 'Congress completed action .on the second bill Aug. 27. The House passed it 283-105 and the Senate 71-24. Both of these votes were well over the two-thirds majority'which would be needed to pass-.the bill over the veto.' But whether similar votes can-be-mustered tion of overriding thereto.' is artother matter. .-Elsenhowerfs. the f jrst hfflU si ng: bill, i wasi.upheld Aug. ''12- when the.'.Senate voted 55-40 to: overridt.' Thai yo'te'wa's short of two-thirds. The President had a.veto and then left for a vacation at ig. Bear Lake. 'A' relative noted ning number and phoned hei at the vacation Bailey drove down to collec and then returned to Bear for an even more pleas aril- time. announced today. To become .eligible contest, you merely Security-number.oh a pos card arid mail it to Th'e.Iride jendent, Press-Telegram, 60 'ine Long Beach. 'our name is.announced as must' bring 'you Spcial S e b.u r d dentificatiort tor.ttie' 5 p. Weather .Mostly ctesM1 through Saturday except (or fog or kjw'clobds late night and early morning noun. Llttto change (n tem- perature. winners (deadline has .neversept.5i5p. 558-98-M83; _ j 1 545-3WM4 4M-22-48M SM-3H447 rresiuem was L th; pledges of .support from Y s European allies ;and was llr lilt n-fJiii ijviTi-i nj ours until Kelly excused hlmr elf and left- the -room. He gratified at a few minutes later results of-? his amazing ur --1 i a .38-caliber .revolver in -jis hand.' _.''.._ i 68-year-old Wordlessly, standing in the ' a'c h i n g ,-Kelly .-.began firing With' as .Jast as he could vde Gaulle of the trigger; His wife fell m your before "the main points -pf Cold War flew from to Scotland for two or ire'e days' rest and golf at hilzeari. Castle before with two bullets in her jody. Then .the stunnec -egge wa.s sfruck before Kelly turned, trie gun on Mrs. Bates who! was shot, in the chest! s to he shot. Coy (Mrs. ers leaving France, ;.he aimed' the gun at ust said in a Legge told offi- of Mrsi at Le Bourget Airport lat his talks with De "I figured my number was "a farther in" our ooperative efforts to but then he' put the gun to his temple and shot him- nation ler CLOSE to WOUNDED LEGGE jned her rt. Mrs. o col 'pictured him as lighly satisfied with the :po lice immediately after the a. m. shooting. Sgt.: J. G. Lawton, investi- d to Page A-4, Col. said the women appar- re were preparing, to retire the 'night when Kelly arrived, since both were clad in ners are 5 in clothes and robes. Both men were fully clothed. Mrs. Bates was widowed y .write nd year when her husband was drowned in a boating a Her son, Jordan, 5, Some sleeping in a bedroom a ram, 'union time of the tragedy. struck Swift said Mrs. Kelly had iced in '34 cities fear of her husband called jointly 'said he- had injured her card United ''during a. rage several of America and ago.. Meat 'bodies, -.were, removed B'u't cher Workmen, topped meat production in all Swift oldnts the Hardiri-Ftanagarf Mortuary here., tMS workers are -1; fp, FIND IT President Arturo Frondizi At mldmoniing the to 'solve the, Argen- army .crisis as .'demon- riS L' shojit for his resigna- Pa 9W-': A' Wilson tc A-.ll, called for. D-l to 12. a.m. C4, 7. Wt) was qulcklj canceled when a Page B-2. wa i arranged for B-3. taUci.' Wllsori. has Page D-2. severj Pages C-l to ft. Walkouts against the .t B-S. 05) were called. by ''tVJei, Temperatures D-2. to enforce' Page A-IJ, wages Page D-2. its in a new Page A-11. (W) one which expirec Aug. 31. B-4, 5. Yoiir A-2. urs 'BE BRAVE; DADDY Bug-eyed, 8-mbnth-old Penny Jensen of Futda, Minn., give's moral support to her'father, Robert, as he polio shot in mass inoculations'at Worthifi'gton, Minn. Despite'baby's concern, Jen- sen took the needle with a Wirephoto) BE HOAX Mystery Call Says Yacht Hit, Sinking SANTA BARBARA' (AP) Two amateur i radio operators said a yacht radioed today'it had been rammed by. a .submarine and was' sinking. A' Coast Guard search failed'to turn up anything iinmediatelyi and there was no confirmation from any other source. 352-52 Vote i IkfrVictpry Measure U First, Major Labor'Law Since Taft-Hartley WASHINGTON The house today completed con- ttiry- force gressional action on the is limited lab'or-controls bill and sent it to the White House .tor Presi dent Eisenhower's certain signature. The roll-call vote was 352 52. The measure hud passed the Senate. 95-2 Thursday night after more than eight hours of debate, The House action dramnti- cally capped the President's biggest legislative victory of the session. It handed Eisenhower a bill patterned closely after his recommendations for legisla- tion to cope with corruption and racketeering In labor management relations. V THE MEASURE is the first important congressional re- vision of labor-management law since ennctmenl of. the Taft-Hartley Maw 12 years ago. The bill writes stringent new rules for protection of union members' rights, union elections and trusteeships, financial reporting by unions and employers, secondary (Continued Page A-4, Col. 1) Urgent Plea Filed; Would Go First to Security Council BY Associated Press Laos appealed to the Unit- d Nations today for troops o bolster its defense against Communist battalions knifing ;eep into that little Southeast Asian kingdom. It 'accused Communist Jorth Viet Nam of interven- ng on the side of Red'rebels with troops and artillery. The Laotian delegation. at the U. N. delivered the urgent appeal, addressed to U.-N. Secretary Genferal Dag -Ham- marskjold, who returns Sun- day from a Latin American tour. It was received by 'Wil- helm Wachtmeister, 'his Swedish personal assistant. H is. questionable what tne U. N.' could or what .'a majority.'of the members of the U, favori THE LI G H T L Y -armed emergency force in the Mid- dle East is the only U. N. mili- tary- force in being. Us job is limited to the Egyptian-Israeli frontier and adjacent territory. Aiiy appeal first would go to the Security Council, where the Soviet Union ,hns the power to veto. An appeal vetoed there could wind up In the General Assembly, which meets Sept. 15. Long debate probably would pre- cede any action in the Assem- y. In London, a spokesman' said Britain would fnvor U. N. action "If aggression is es- tablished." Sonic Washington quarters felt that the Laotian claims that North Vietnamese regu- (Contlhued Page A-4, Col. 3) XT5 Power Flighf Is Called Off EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE M5) XI5 rocket ship went aloft today for what had been scheduled as its first power flight, but technical difficulties canceled the attempt. Test Pilot Scott Crossfleld .sttisoned his fuel about ah hour after the 50-foot-long black dart took off, fastcnec under the wing of 'a' B52 bomber. The two planes then headed back to earth. THERE WAS no Immediate indication as to the trouble'; ;A leak In a hydrogen perox Ide line last week forced post iwnement of -a schedulec power flight at that :The X15 is designed even t'ualiy to blast a man to th edge of space and return him safely. K to Visit China After U.S. Trip MOSCOW Nikita S. KhfusJicheyV nounced tonight he will g Pelplng immediately afte returning t States late in September. He said he will leave, fo Communist China 'Sept. 2 the day after he gets bac from the United States. He gave no details of th purpose of -his visit The collision was alleged to ave' taken place about 15 .off; Southern Califor- ia's Point Conception. The istress calls said 12 persons aboard the yacht. Twor Coast "Guard planes nd a cutter said they could of a yacht or nd no sign reckage. At district headquarters at .ong Beach a spokesman said lat so far the Coast Guard ad been unable to determine lat such a yacht, whose ame was given as the "Uni is based in this area. THERE WAS SOME skepti ism about the distress oil! i (Continued Page A-4, Col. 1) U.S. Can in Laos Area in 35 Hours MIAMI BEACH, Fla, Gen. Frank Everest, com- mander of the Tactical Air Command, said today that the United Stales can have tacti- cal fighters in the Laos area within 35 hours of a decision to do so. Everest commented in re- sponse to a query as to pos- sible U. S. response to a re- ported plea from Laos for United Nations military as- L B.-London Nonstop Mark to DCS LONDON Douglas 3C8 jet airliner en route to Holland arrived here from Long Beach, Calif., today of the Tactical Air Command sistance. t EVEREST SAID that forces after what was claimed as a record nonstop flights The plane covered the miles from Long Beach in 10 hours, 42 minutes at an aver- age speed of 625 m.p.h. U was scheduled to fly non- stop to Amsterdam in a flight commemorating the 40th an niycrsary of Royal. Dutch Airlines (KLM) but came down in London for refueling. KLM will be the first Euro pean airline to receive the new jetliners, which can carry has passengers, ordered 12 .The airline for delivery next year. could be in the Laos area within 35 hours of a govern- ment decision "at the out; He had told newsmen at a briefing that the Tactical Air. Command has adequate facili- ties for quick movement any- where around the globe in an emergency. Everest also disclosed that TAG fighters for several months have been conducting frequent transatlantic and transpacific flights in great secrecy as part of a new addi- tion to overall deterrent pol- icy. RECORDS Daughter to Defy Neighbors in New Bikini Ballet v A i, MALOEN.i Mass.' The backyard ballet in Bikini bathing has women neighbors com- plaining, iwill.- have two stars nfghtr Platinum blonde Dottle 33, who', meas- ures 34-25-34, said- today her 55-year-old mother, Mrs. Mary L. De Marco of .neighboring will join 'her" series of Vexotlc 'ihe.back. lawn. MTU. Ferragamo says she likes to dance in her back yard in one of the 24 swim she ownj. The neighbors' The women neighbors, that complained to police that her performances are some- thing less than cultural. Police investigated and reported, that, there was nothing wrong with Mrs. Ferragemo's at- tire or her to dance under' the stars.' Now, says Mrsl Ferraga- mo, sne will be joined in an outdoor dance exhibition Saturday by her mother, who will wear o fish-net-bathing suit. Mrs. De Marco told !a newsman: "I'm a grand- mother full of rhythm. I like to rock'n' roll. It helps to keep me young. I think Dottle's neighbors jealous old foggies." Dottie's 'h u s b a n Michael, 34, unemployed, because of illness, said he, will operate the phono- graph and play colored, lights on his dancing wits and-mother-in-law. The Ferragano's three small children will be per- mitted to watch, the curva-: crous mother said. ;