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TROJANS ROLL OVER TIXANS, 19-7 fe) Tlm$ Telephone Numbers MJMlMD 52346 for all colls txc.pl thoM concerning cloMifitd odvtrtijing. MAditon 9-441 1 for oil ia;fid advertising colli. :VOL. LXXIV Eisenhower Takes First DENVER, Sept. 30 (JP) President Eisenhower tonight took the first small but momentous step in a long march back toward, active command of the government by signing two .Federal doc-i uments. The action, taken by the President from his hospital bed after another day of encouraging progress in recuperation from his heart attack, came at 8:27 p.m a few hours short of a week from thVtime he was stricken. . - Bulletin on President Tonight's medical bulletin, at 10: p.m., said: jThe President's condition continues to progress satisfactorily without complications. The President had a comfortable day. He again enjoyed music and was read to for a short period in the afternoon. The oxygen tent has not. been used for the last 36 hours. -"The President continues to be on a 1600 calorie diet a day -as previously announced." A medical technician and a nurse read to the Chief Executive from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's "Sir Nigel." Writes Full Name For dinner, the -President had a "very small" T-bone m Rubb WalSfep IN THREE PARTS urn ish Quiz Hears of Incidents in May wood, Bell Told Two Southland cities were victimized in a struggle for power among rubbish con-, tractors, it was charged yes terday at an Assembly com mittee hearing in the State Building. City officials of Maywood aricr-Bell named Andrew "V. jTsiHohn, rubbish contractor who figures prominently in the current grand jury bribery inquiry, as a central figure in the struggle. Resulted in Indictment Thev told the Assemhlv In terim Committee on Govern mental Efficiency and Econo my tnat Hohn had boasted that he would force rival contractors to "eat" their ruhhish that he was "tougher and Digger than they. Hohn's testimonv hefnrp the grand jury' that he paid two $5000 bribes resulted in indictment of Sunervisnr Wpr bert C. Lece's chief rienntv George Turner, and Theodore namim, a rubbish dealer. Before hearing the new revelations concerning Hohn, the Assembly committee acceded to a grand jury request that certain persons- involved in the briberv eluding Legg, Turner, Hamlin and Hohn not be called as witnesses, lest they be cloaked with immunitv. Maywood Mayor Testifies Members of the committee LIBERTY UNDER THE LAW m m FRENCH WALK OUT Antoine Pinay, left, France's Foreign Minister, and members of French delegation walk out of U.N. General Assembly Building in New York City after the Assembly voted to take up the Algerian question. At right is Ambassador nerve Aiphand, permanent SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1, 1955 l-rench representative to the TRUE INDUSTRIAL FREEDOM 'Pressure on Two I United Nations. VP Tlrephoto 46 PAGES Dodgers Beat Yankees, 8-3, in 3rd Game BY AL WOLF Times Staff Representative EBBETS FIELD, Brooklyn, Sept. 30 Johnny Po-dres was right and Bob Tur-ley was wrong in today's duel of pitching unpredicta-bles. So Brooklyn's Dodgers are back in this World Series as bona fide participants instead of New York Yankee stooges. Podres made his 23rd birth day an especially memorable occasion by southpawing the National League champions to an 8-3 victory, which also was his first in. Series competition. Erskine to Pitch Carl Erskine, who has beaten New York twice while bowing but once in previous Series he set an all-time record by fanning 14 Yanks in one 1053 game got Manager Walt Alston's nod to keep the rally rolling at this same park tomorrow. His opposition will come from Don Larsen, a freshman in Series competition. Winning Records Both right-handers posted winning records this season, Erskine finishing 11-8 despite protracted arm trouble which I mm I KILLED Actor Jomes Dean, 24, dies in auto crash near Paso Robles. First L.A. Area 'Smog Red' . Alert Called The Los Angeles area experienced its first "Smog Red" alert yesterday as the ozone count in Pasadena climbed from .56 to .65, highest ever recorded there. Temperatures were autumnlike and breezes helped clear the air by 1:27 p.m. when the alert, called at 12:07 QAM J FINAL DAILY, 10c ji Cities 2 Others Hurt in Accident James Dean, 24, one of Hollywood's brightest new motion-picture stars, was j killed early last night in a head-on collision at the rural itown of Cholame, about 19 I miles east of Paso Robles, ;the California Highway Pa-i trol reported. j The young actor met death I in his German-built Porsche sports car while en route to road races at Salinas. Patrol-m i said Dean' was dead on araval at the Paso Robles War Memorial Hospital following the crash at the intersection of State Highway 41 and U.S. 466. Mechanic Injured His mechanic, identified by the CHP as Rolph Wuether-ich, about 27, of Hollywood, suffered a fractured jaw. fractured hip and body lacerations. He was described as in "moderately serious, condition." The CHP office at Srn Luis Obispo said a car driven by Donald Turnupseed of Tulare made a left turn on Highway 41 while traveling east, colliding almost head on with, Dean's tiny sports car. Investigators said Turnupseed suffered minor injuries. An attending plrysician was quoted as saying Dean died instantly at about 5:30 p.m. Turn to Page 2, Column 3