Independent from Long Beach, California on May 21, 1957 · Page 5
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abor -Pact 2'"' SACRAMENTO «1E -- Legls Qf latlon that labor leaders called W "a right to work bill" was ap- i. proved Monday by the Senate ; Labor Committee. j* The measure · won · passage | after labor representatives called * It "vicious, Inequltous, Imprac- 1 tlcal, harrassment" and part of a campaign organized by the ^California Manufacturers i £ The bill would make It unlaw- '* ful for any employer to enter A Into any collective bargaining 1 agreement If a majority of his employes are opposed to It ·· Sen. F. Presley Abshlre (R ', Santa Rosa). Its author, said the j" bill was aimed at stopping "or- rt canlzlng from the top," He ac- 'f cused unions of approaching W- employers and forcing them to '-·enter Into contracts regardless -U of the wishes of employes. ?'v A lone parade of witnesses "'complained they had been sub- ,· Jected to picket lines or their V, businesses were put on "unfair ~". lists" because their employes did ··. not want to Join unions. k- · · · * £·' CHARLES P. Scully, repre- K 'tentative of the State Federa. , tlon of Labor, noted that Call lorn la has no present law to u.* guide union elections. He said ^Abshlre't four-lln* bill makes ]no provision for such elections !either. 1 He said the bill opens up a · "no man's land" by being vague 1 and Is "nothing more than , trap for the union organizer." . Other developments: · · i 1 CANCER i A bill to control ; cancer quacks was passed by ?t the senate finance committee on · 'f a close voice vote. Sen. Richard f t 3. Dolwlg (R-Atherton), author. *T Mid the bill makes It a mtsde- «f meaner to falsely claim a device *· can cure cancer. He said It 1 "would not apply to anyone act- ft Ing In good faith." f WATER I Gov. Goodwin J. | Knight's proposal for an Informal j committee of the two houses to *"i atudy the water rlghtt problem $ was brushed off by the Senate. \f. TAXES i The Senate passed ^30-0 a bill to cut the gross re- i · cnlpts tax on trucking firms by Vslx million dollars a year. ·; VODTHi The Assembly Ways , and Means Committee refused ,' to pass a bill providing state ' financing of a youth employment ! program. Opponents called It a "handout to local government" , and "WPA. 1 ' DEATH PENALTY! A bill to restrict the death penalty In prison assaults to only those ' persont serving life without possibility of parole was killed by the assembly. He ,High Dive Soli- Police Fill Pool DONNINGTON, England *) -- Firemen rushed to a dry swimming pool M o n d a y and . pumped In water while a Jamaican soldier stood on the high dive board threatening to jump. Pvt. Louis Gosford. 26, fled to the pool after escaping his ' guards on leaving a court mar'. tlal. He stood on the'board for , nearly an hour before coming , down quietly, · ·- The court martial had sen* tence5 Gosford to one year In prison and dishonorable dts« ; charge after finding him guilty of threatening an officer with a shovel, using threatening language and , damaging , public property. Childbirth without fear · and pain . Now, Dr. Grantljr Diet" ;' Read's newest book on n«t- oral childbirth is condensed ' in the June Ladles' Home ' Journal. Read actual stories · from his casebook... learn why Dr. Read says natural ' childbirth «au» be an exhllar. . ating. wonderful experience . that means healthier, happier - hnhle* and mothers. Don't miss "Childbirth Without ·-.. Fear and Without Pain." '· Soon to be published In book form, . ; t ., -~, , M ;.'. ..^, CYD CHARISSE and .,,· TONY MARTIN... V Why their home meant " so much to them! Find Mt how, to iplw of d» ' minding, separate cireeri, · their home kecpi them end ' their twe boyt tofether. Wn* color photo* taken Inside their bMutifol hilltop BOOM «wf looking the s«a In "Young Hollywood M Homo." AUO. bwMplu ., how Impartial * ; -. M AU. 4S trticUM. mtritt cW i j '^ Gat your copy today!'«" H1NI I'M'll^ MUMl Journal KENTON, Ohio (URt--AnnW, a big sad-faced St. Bernard dog, was convicted of sheep killing Monday in a trial which caused widespread dissension In this community. Common Plea* Judge Arthur D. Tudor, after hearing 13 wit nessei, cleared the way for the dog's execution. - ' Court officials, said it prob ably would be at least 20 days before the 105-pound dog can be shot. They explained this would allow time for the papers to be Issued and, for the dog's owners, one a paratrooper In Germany, to appeal. , ,, · · · · ... SEVEN PERSONS ' testified for the dog w h i l e a packed courtroom In this northwestern Ohio sheep-raising community listened Intently. Eight testified against the dog. Annie was Identified by Emerson Fay, a farmer, as one, of STRANGLER'S VICTIM SAVED · ' . Charles W. Lovejoy, 22. a seaman from the USSPetre, narrowlj'escaped death . In Miami, Fla., Monday. He was found by two police officers, lying in the street with a wire coat hanger looped and twisted tightly about his neck. He wasi un: conscious. A rescue squad revived him with oxygen. Lovejoy said he did notre- 11 member being attacked. His empty wallet, which was found near him, hand contained $15, he said.--(AP Wirephoto) ' Russ-Paris iArms Talks; Proposed by · MOSCOW UPi--Premier Nik. olal fiulganln has proposed dl rect .negotiations ' b e t w e e n France and Russia ai a preliminary toward new big power disarmament talks, the Soviet government disclosed Monday. . The proposal was contained In a 4,000-word letter to French Premier Guy Mollet, delivered In Paris Saturday. ··-,,,", \7 . It seemed to reflect the current Soviet desire for conferences in general, regardles! of where or with whom, as part of the · Kremlin's latest peace offensive,,'; ·*;.M;''.'!I- ·", The French-Soviet parley en vlsloned by Bulganln apparently would supplement London'talks of the U, N, disarmament subcommittee, which Is In recess until next Monday. But Bul- ganln did not specifically say so. {'." Two Die in Plane r. i BELEM. Brazil Wv-An Army training plane exploded In flight here Monday. Wiling bothJIeu. tenants aboard. They were Var;as da Sllva, nephew ,of the ate president of Brazil, Getullo Vargas, and Union Jorge da Sllva. He suggested the French and the Russians could meet either In Paris or Moscow.. The letter followed similar notes to Britain, Denmark, Norway and West Germany over the past two months. Like the others. It warned of the horrors of nuclear retalla tlon risked by any country per- OLLINS doliciou all Iht woy/ . ^ gmimoff, , : tbt gnotnt Mini In VODKA jdt*t\00 rim, DID. Iwn iriln. til. runt |lm!m«flFU,«)l».itH«ubUlii),Hirtl»rt.Cc«n mlttlng U. S.'atomic bases on Its territory. , PARIS (Jfi -- Marshall Bui- ganin's latest letter to the Western world got a cool recep- tlon In the French capital Monday. . , -. .... You don't iiMd to pay 1250 to $300 for INCONSPICUOUS ...QUALITY HEARING AIDS his farm after his sheep were killed the night of Feb. 34. Mrs. Joanna C. Perkins, co- owner of the dog, Insisted In 45 minutes of testimony that her dog was. kept 'chained In the kennal at her home within the two dogs he saw fleeing from! city limits. The only time Annie was free, she said' was whan* the dog was taken! for a walk} by her teenage son, Eddie.' v » ./ · · · · * 1 y * ·' . . T H E DOG Is owned by Mn.'J : Perkins and her son, Pfc. 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