Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - September 7, 1959, Long Beach, California
IKE HOME, TELLS FIRM ALLIED Finest Evening Newspaper LONG BEACH 12, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1959 Vol. 186 36 PAGES PRICE 10 CENTS TELEPHONE HE 5-1161 CLASSIFIED HE 2-6959 HOME EDITION (Six Editions Daily) ic Toll Nears Day Record PICKET EJECTED FROM BALTIMORE PARK bale H. Drews, 23, is carried from an amusement jark in Baltimore during a race riot Sunday. Drews and four others entered the park after picketing it in protest to exclusion of Negroes. The picketing was timed with an observance of All-Nations Day at the park. A crowd of about 500 yelled angrily and struck at the pickets. Story on Page Press Wirephoto.) Union Chiefs in Bad Mood HUSBAND REX AT HER SIDE WASHINGTON Flit- 1 lerness etched the Labor Day statements of union leaders today as they pictured labor defending itself against a powerful onslaught by big business. On the other hand, Presi dent Eisenhower issued i statement stressing the gian gains made by American Labor in tile Twentieth Century. ,'And Secretary of. Labo James P. Mitchell, agreeiri] with the President's estimate of progress, added that labo should move forward and try to raise the low economi status of the migrant farm worker. ISSUES rankled labo leaders as they tried to mai shal union strength on th nation's 55th Labor Day. On issue was the new labor con trpl bill. The other was in creased resistance by em ployers to union demands fo higher wages, an issue em phasized by the steel strike Today "might as well t called Anti-Labor sa James B. Carey, president o the International Union of Electrical Workers and a vice president of the AFL- cio. But the AFL-CIO officially (Continued Page A-8, Col. 2) Kay Kendall Dies of Leukemia at 32 LONDON Kay Kendall, who rose, ram a chorus line to stardom of film and stage, died Sunday at the age of 32. The enchanting, sophisticated ictress never, knew, she suffered from leukemia (cancer of the blood) which took her life. But her husband, ac- orf it when he married her two Safety Plea Issued as Deaths Rise Council Warns Motorists Must Be More Care-ful By (he Associated Preis A heavy death loll on the highways climbed today as the nation licked off the last few hours of a grim Labor Day weekend. The National Safety Coun- cil called for a definite im- all- ran 5 'Big Pay' Numbers Coming Up -More winners are an- today in The Press- Telegram's Lucky Social Se curily Numbers Contest. And, ;regular in addition to the 1 winning .MAURICE DUPLESSIS Iron-Fisted Chief Duplessis, Premier of Quebec, Dies SHEFFERV1LLE, Que. (UPI) Maurice L. Duplessis, premier of Quebec since 1936 and'one of the most powerful politi- cians in Canada's history, died early today from the effects of five.cerebral hemorrhages. The 69-year-old premier' of Canada's biggest province succumbed shortly afUr mid- night in this remote mining community. He suffered his first altack Thursday, a day after flying here for a tour of the mining developments he helped make possible, and had been in a coma almost continuously ever since. 1 His body was flown almost years ago, "Darling, I love you very! Miss Kendall told before she slipped ntrj unconsciousness al the -oiidon Clinic., "then Harri- son saw her die. TJi'e slender English beauly enlered Ihe hospilal i lg-h I days "ago. She had been in aoor .health for 20 months. But Harrison, t a r of the musical "My Fair told nsr up to Ihe lasl lhat she would soon be well again. Dr. Carl Goldman, Miss Kendall' long-time physician said Ihe slar's malady was firsl diagnosed in New York four years ago. i i DOCTORS, WHO knew Harrison planned lo marry Miss Kendall a soon as he was divorced from his pre- provement in motoring be- havior. It said Ihe loll might otherwise approach an time high. The count more than a score ahead of the count for the comparable period lasl year. By 1 p.m. loday, 346 per sons had died in traffic acci dents, 19 in boating acci- dents, 38 by anc 57 from miscellaneous causes, .4 C i t MULTIPLE .DEATHS con tribuled to the toll through- out the holiday. Four died in a crash seven miles west of Findlay, Ohio, after a broad- side pileup at an intersection. State troopers said one of the aulos plowed through a stop sign at the crossroads Sun- v First and Nixdn Greet President Ready to Tackle Three _-'_- Major Problems' WASHINGTON dent Eisenhower came home from his historic visit to Eu-; rope today and reported', is going splendid- ly" between the United States and its chief allies. In a brief talk at Washing- on airport, Eisenhower em- ihasized the "deep friend- ship" he found among Euro- peans for the American people. Eisenhower, looking ruddy and fit despite his fast-paced travels, said he found solid evidence everywhere of deep friendship for 'the American people. West Seeks Laos Probe by U. N. Unit Four-Nation Panel to Study Crisis Urged of Council UNITED NATIONS, N. Y United States, Brit- ain and France proposed to- day Ilinl the U.N. Security kind of the President THE PRESIDENT said there is no fnct more impor- tant in the world today than the evidence tlial'lhe western peoples are bound together by n deep affection and mutual trust. v This'unity brings tremenr dons morut- strength as well as economic- and political solidarity, he said. "I'm glnd to bring you this Council set tip a four-nation subcommittee lo "make in- quiries" Into the situation in Laos. The three members of the Southeast Asia Treaty Or- ganization on the Security Council submitted a resolu- ndcled with n broad grin. T h c Western Allies, he jsaid, arc united in basic pur- pose and principles in their quest for enduring world pence. But, the President added, the distance separating them geographically sqine- limes brings up "small details lion to this effect soi.-.cwhalK procedure, method and lac- more ihan nn hour before the llcs" whlch nccd to be dls' JAYNE WITH SON, MICKEY, IN LONDON The Roynl H'iuspcctor Lodged a Compliiinl OUT ON NIGHT council was to meet on l.nos1 chiirges of aggression from Communist "North Viet Nam. The subcommittee would ncludc Argentina, Italy, Ja- pan mid Tunisia. The rcsolu tion did not say whether the day. The council had estimated early the weekend that 71 million vehicles would be in operation on roads at some time during the period i'rom 6 p.m. Friday to midnight Monday. During last year's three-day vious wife, told the actor holiday, there were 420 per about the illness. sons killed by motor vehicles. They explained the nature The Safety Council estimated of leukemia and gave him drug to ease her suffering. "He showed her great love land said Dr. Gold- that this year's holiday would lake a toll of 450. The record traffic death toll for the Labor Day holiday is riah. "No one could have 461 and 658 from accidents jeen more wonderful thanjof all causes; both sel in 1951. Rex was to Kay." The doctor said Harrison Charge Hits Jayne for Exhibiting four should go to Laos lo conducl Ihclr Inquiries. The proposal was worded vith the aim of nvim'ing a iovict veto. North Viet Nam made nown curly today it has num. immediately the more than bers, The Press-Telegram will publish five "bonus" Social .Security winners Tuesday. winner is worth To enter, all you need do is print your name, address and Social Security Number on a postcard and mail it to The Sen. Morse Again Uses Delay Tacfic W A S H I NGTON Congress met in extraordi- nary Labor Day session to- day, hoping lo clean up ma- began her career in the ton- business this week. But was completely broken up by his wife's death, "ft has been a, long and difficult strain for him." Harrison drove off with r; Goldman and went into seclusion. V C ft MISS KENDALL was born in York, England. Her family had a theatrical history going back four generations. She BLACKPOOL, England official complaint was lodged against Jaync Mansfield here for parading her 8-month-old son before yelling crowds at an after- dark festival. Jayne and her husband Mickey Hargilay took baby Mickey along with them they officiated at Black- pool's annual ceremony of switching on the scafront illumniations. Some spcclalors yelled with delight as Hargilay hoisted the boy shoulder high amid the bright blaze of lights. The .complaint was lodged by Inspector Frank Scvierc of the National So- ciety for the Prevenlion of Cruelly lo Children. "No child of that age should take purl in pub- licity stunts, especially at thnt time of Scvier declared. The ceremony was held just before 9 p.m. Saturday. Jayne commented: "Black- pool is a wonderful family town and I thought every- one would love lo sec my baby." Margitay said: "The boy had been well rested up for the show. I don'L think he was tired." wilh a wide brimmed yellow hat, enthusiastically kissed "THE GOVERNMENT ofjher husband when he walked he Democratic Republic ofjoff the rantp leading to the Viet Nam Is .highly indignant big jet airliner, l ihese actions said) Eisenhower vigorously he Red Viet Norn news'shook hands with Vice Prcsi- ugency. "It points out thai dent Richard M. Nixon and don Palladium chorus when Sen. Wayne Morse (D-Orc) she- was !2. Then she went immediately resumed his de- 600 miles City. Many persons openly cried as the body in its temporary cof- fin was carried from the plane to a hearse. DUPLESSIS. DIED in a guest house operaled by the inlo revue and during the war entertained troops. She got her first starring role in the British film "Lon- (Conlinucd Page A-8, Col. 4) Jet Makes 121-Hour Japan-Calif Flight SAN FRANCISCO Orient and California were brought lo within a hall-day apart as the firs regular commercial jet plane to America landed hen Independent, Prcss-TelegramJlron Ore Co. of Canada and 604 Pine St., Long Beach. a winner, bring identification 'arid your Social Security card to the I, P-T. i Here are the new numbers (deadline Wednesday, Sept. 0, 5 553-52-717; 549-10-6047 575-03-8031 564-10-9336 002-26-1432 555-30-8247 563-34-2836 463-12-4015 441-10-1763 556-12-5524 320-18-6511 guarded around the clock by If your number is drawn as members of his provincial po- lice and company security officers. Only two relatives of the iremier and national union party leader were within call when he died. They were his sister, Mrs. Edonard .Bureau, and her son, from his home- town and legislature seat of Three'. Rivers. Duplessis, was described variously as, a saint and _ despoV.-He'enjoyed almost ab- solute rule over his province by virtue of heavy majorities and opposition in the Legislature; laying tactics in the Senate. As the Senate convened, Democratic leader Lyndon B. bhnson (Tex) introduced a esolution expressing Con gross' "deep realization and ippreciaiion of the basic role hat labor plays in our ccon- KAY KENDALL Unaware of Ailment and well-being." America's skcd Ihe U.N. to reject Laos' cquc.'.l fnr .1 U.N. force and o'nivJed il illegal. cussed. EISENHOWER at firsl said lies'' differences could be "serous" but changed .his s and said that he would call Ihcm thai just "troublesome." "I'm hnpn'y 'to say eyery troublesome little prob- Icm of this type has talked out. For the moment everything is going splendid-. ly." Mrs. Eisenhower, dressed in ii yellow frock topped off Mrs. Nixon. The Vice Presi- he deep-seated root of .he present tension in Laos dent told him he had done s the interference of thc'splcndid job." United States aimed at turn- ng this country into one of ts military bases and scrious- AKR1VING in his huge jet at p. m., Ihe President (Continued Page A-8, Col. I) WHERE TO FIND IT Edmund Gwenn, British-! born veteran of stage and screen, dies in Hollywood at 84. Story on Page B-8. faced three major tasks: 1. Guiding U. S. policy de- signed lo cope wilh the dan- gerous crisis in Laos. The State Dcparlmenl has accused (Continued Page A-8, Col. at a. m. today. Pan American's B o e I n g at New York tonighl for Lon- 707, carrying U7'passengers don. hope (o be home in Tokyo Tuesday night with a and a crew of 14, was m the ncw commcr- air 12 hours 30 minutes. The d record of clasped time, counting refuel- ing stops at Wake Island and Honolulu was 15 hours 13 minutes from Tokyo. Because the international dale line was crossed, the plane landed here, nearly an JOHNSON SOUGHT hour before it took off from Tokyo at 10 a. m. Japan lime. unanimous ccnsenl to limit debate on Ihe resolution lo .hree minutes per senator. Worse killed ihis move by ob- iecting, and refused to con- sent even after Johnson tipped the debate limit to 15 minutes. Johnson said leaders of both parlies in Ihe House and Senate were in agreement on the special Labor Day resolu- tion and had promised speedy consideration of-it. Morse, however, continued his "par ISamentary war" aimed- at killing leadership .hopes for adjournment by Sept. 12. AMONG THE passengers were two 'Japanese wrilers chasing Ihe clock on the first all-jet round-the-world trip. They were Shizuo Tom'ishtcc, aviation writer, for Asahl Shimbun, and Mrs. Chizuki) Miura, 27, a novelist. Despite the speed across the Pacific (he PAA flight was an hour Trans World A connecting Air Lines jei bound for New York was tick 20 minutes so as to speed To rnishigo and Mrs. Muira on their way. They will take a je Bench B-l Hal A-17 A-17 C-3 lo 8 B-6, 7 A-14 Death B-2 A-10 Shipping A-M C-l, 2, 3 B-8 Tides, TV, Pngc B-IO Vltnl A-l B-4, 5 Your A-2 Atlas ICBM Slated for Vandenberg Shot CAPE CANAVERAL, Ma. first launching of a combat-ready Atlas missile is set for Wednesday at Van- denberg Air Force Base, Calif., informed sources here report. If the shot is successful, the United States will have its first operational ballistic missile capable of carrying nuclear warhead at inter- continental distance. The At- las has a range of miles. Russia boasts it already has an operational ICBM. is morning onTHAT MAN KHRUSHCHEV nc PAA clipper Liberty Bell also completed the first round Irip by commercial jet lo Japan. The plane left S.in Francisco Saturday for Tokyo. The Liberty Bell made a record 8 hour, 30 m i n u t e Flight horn Tokyo to Hono- lulu. The old record was 8 hours 32 minutes made by n Stialocruiscr in February 1954, with the aid of a 113 m.p.h. tailwind. Weather Night and morning low clouds but mostly sunny Tuesday after- noon. Little change In temperature. New-Series on Soviet Chief Starts Tuesday He considers himself a diplomat. He is a man of many moods. He is a Communist, but conservatism and capitalism color his thinking. He is a man many Americans will be seaing in a few days-r-Niklta'S. Khrushchev, chief of the Soviet.Union. TO MARK HIS VISIT an Associated Press specialist in Soviet affairs, William L Ryaii, has written a revealing series of articles for this newspaper. Ryan has watched Khrushchev at first and fol- lowed closely his career as a modern-day Stalin. His stories will give you a "fresh insight into the 'personality of Nlkita Khrushchev. the stories begin Tuesday in The Press-Telegram.