Independent from Long Beach, California on May 17, 1957 · Page 4
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Pag, A-4-INDEPENDENT '·* \w Beck Denies Any Plans jj to Quit Teamster Job (Continued From Page A-l) win headed: "Soma 52 ways in which Dave Beck misused 'his authority, position and trust as president of the Western Conference of Teamsten and lubse- f qutntly ns president of the In- ·Itrnatlonal Brotherhood of ·Irtamsters." 1 McDonald told the. committee Teamsters. that the money. taken by B e c k was n o t - c a r r l e . d on the union books as a loan. In (act, he said, he did not know Beck had been "using any money" until Beck sent a union building association a check for JMO.OOO In mid-1934. ALTHOUGH BECK once said on a television show that he borrowed between $300,00 and $400, 000 In union funds, the $370,000 figure aired Thursday was the largest yet read Into the committee's record. Seek told the TV audience he had repaid every cent However, committee Investigator Carmine S. Belllno. an accountant, read a 11-r-tnt list which he tald documented tha "Dave Beck 'took 1 rather than 'borrowed' the mow than $300,000 from various Teamsten Union funds .In Seattle." The statement said' doub "exists even today as to the ag gregate amount which. Davo Beck Is obligated to repay the THIS WAS substantiated by McDonald'who testified that Beck has repaid $370,000 to the union In Installments--the latest being $100,000 "within the past two weeks." He added that a team of auditors now Is trying to find out how much Beck actually took. Sen. John F, Kennedy (D- Mass.) charged that big businessmen were partly responsible for Beck's financial deals although not to the same degree. "We have an alliance between big business and big labor with apparently Tittle regard for the rights of (union) members whose funds are Involved," Ken nedy said. Rockies Hit y Blizzard, Rivers Rise (Continued From Page A-l.) slides along mountain highways. It was hoped lower nighttime readings might slow the thaw and-alleviate the condition. - . , · · · · THB COLORADO Highway Patrol reported the South Platte and St. Vraln Rivers at flood stage In the Fort Lupton, Platte- vUle and Longmont areas north of Denver. Denver measured more than four Inches of snow. Meanwhile, Texas state police set the toll of known dead at 19 md counted 38 persons hospital zed In*tha wake of the most deadly tornado of the season's violent w e a t h e r there, .The wlster whipped down on the lit. la town of Sllverton, some 63 m i l e s southeast of Amarlllo, Wednesday night * Officials at the scene estlmat- as many u 80 persons were iurt Not all required hospital zatlon. Unofficial estimates of roperty damage ranged beyond hre«-quarten of a million dollar*. The U, S, Weather Bureau reported more than a dozen tor- iv^does had been sighted in Tex- H Wednesday night · · · · ·· WITH AS MUCH as 12 f«et f floodwater covering s o m e reas, residents of northern Ok- ahoma prepared for an expect- d record overflow along the C I m a r r o n River. The flood hreats c a m e after torrential aln«, ranging up to more than 3 Inches, drenched the river's 'atenhed. The downpour Inundated the own of Dover and sent high 'aters Into Enid. Alva, Hennesey and Waynoka. The Tulsa *lver forecasting station warned all residents adjacent to the!day ranged up to 3 Inches at CImarron to "move to safe elo«| Ottawa and were expected to vatlons" In. preparation for "a maximum flood of record," Authorities counted six persons dead and two missing In the flood area and said the record overflow could be expected Ba//oon sleeves! Big cuffs! Tuxedo fronts! Full linings! 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Doctors who examined him said they could'flnd nothing wrong, but he refused to walk the one block. Scott Is scheduled to be returned to Los Angeles today to face warrants on charges of killing his wife Evelyn Throsby Scott, who disappeared in April, 1955.--(AP WlrepHoto.) ,- . Russ Couple to Return Without 4 Young Sons CHICAGO W--Mr. and Mrs. Koanln In 54. HU wife, Nt- George Koimln have decided to leave the United Statei (or Rui *la without their f o u r young ions. Stephen Love, an attorney tor th« Kormlni, laid Thursday the Ruulan-bom couple probably will depart for the U.S.S.R. early next week, leaving their children In fo«t« homei In the United Statei. Love gild the couple had directed him to "proiccute an »p- e»l" from a court declilon Wednesday t h a t denied them Immediate custody of their children 10 that they could take them alone on the trip to Rutila. Love tald he would file an appeal for the couple "as soon at possible." bejdi, Is 33. Wednesday, a judge turned down the Kozmlni' plea for immediate custody. Instead, Judge John H. Clayton Jr. of Fam- ly Court decided to retain custody of the children. The children are wards of the court . But Judge Clayton outlined a ilnn to allow the children to live vlth their parents In.Chicago (or a "trial period" this summer "to see If they can adjust" INTERMTIilt IK FURNITURE * APPLIANCES , «, Ik. U1WEHT null.. In teWB Md WU1 kM| Mq iwtc.1 DIXIE -- 1830 ll JbtMlji Blk. \**l (m Jong the today. CImarron sometime IN KANSAS, heavy rains Wednesday night and Thursday over the watershed of the Little Arkansas River were expected :o cause serious flooding from Sedgwlck southward Into Wichita. A crest of 24 to 23 feet wai expected at Sedgwlck, Flood stage there Is 8 feet Continued rains during the bring several itreams and rivers In northern and eastern Kansas to flood stage during the night Four tornado funnels were sighted In southeastern' Kansas near the Oklahoma state line, and authorities reported some damage to farm buildings near Elk City when one of the twisters touched down. No Injuries were reported. The heavy precipitation extended from the central Rockies across the plains and mto the mid-Mississippi Valley. Thunderstorms drenched much of the area and portions of the Great Lakes states. - THUNDEKSHOWEUS Start- cd to break out alone the Florida peninsula Thursday and ralnfalli hit scattered parts the southeast. Temperature* dipped Into the 40s and 80s ns cool Canadian air covered parts of the Ohio Val ley and central Appalachian!. More cold weather was forecast for the Great Lakes states and the northeast. 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