Independent from Long Beach, California on May 23, 1957 · Page 7
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 7

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, May 23, 1957
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,« ·· '* * ; Ike Will Sidetrack GOP ., (Continued From Page A-l.) up wai disarmament, nnd here, .too, Elienhower spoke with emphasis. He said Amcrlcani muit be · sure "we are not being pica- yunlih"--that 'Ve ought to have an open mind" on Russian pro- POM.IS. To lome It tounded ai If be might be throwing down the vlewi cxprened recently by Adm. Arthur W. Radford. chairman of the Joint chlefi of itaff, who laid the Runlani can't be trusted to abide by any dli- armament pact , . · · · · :"' "-' · HOWEVER, Elienhower went on to lay, In thli ume vein, that the United Statei must Inilit on Iron-clad guarantees In dealing with "« government wnlcn hu a hlitory of breaking of treatlei." Ai for hit budget, wii he willing to reit hli cue with the ' two addresses to the people, or would h« , c a r r y , the fight furtherT " Eyei narrowing, the Preil- dent replied that he would never itop until the country geti what he and hi* associates think · "necessary for the operation of . thli government, for the pro* tection of ourselves In thli critical world, and for the waging of peace," . , . · · : · · s,v rt - , DID HE TrflNK Sen, Knowland (R-Callf) should resign a« Senate GOP leader because Knowland has opposed some residential proposals? (The Cal Ifornla Senator has, among other things, urged a three-til- llon-dollar budget cut.) Elsenhower said s u c h a thought never hai entered hli head/He add«d that Knowland'i record of support for hli program has, on the whole, been "very good indeed" even though, he and the Senator differ on lome "critical" points. , 'WASHINGTON w -- The Senate, after · lot of talk about presidential hellcopten, passed Wedneiday, a slashed appropriations bill to operate the White House and top executive agen cles. The bill carrlei $16,010,370, which la $4,911.500 lew than President Elsenhower requeued and 111.000 leu than the HOUM voted. The measure now goei back to the HOUM. The administration appcari to have drum* med up tome fresh tupport and enthiuUim for 1U $3,868,000,000 foreign aid program In the last 24 hours. Secretary of State Dulles carried the tight for the program to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Wedneiday, and won the pralie of several Senaton for hli "persuasive" presentation. . One of the committee members, Sen. Capehart (R-Ind), stated that "for the first time In 10 yean I am going to vote for and support this program because It Is sound In principle." · WASHINGTON er Sam Rayburn indicated Wed' nesday he had decided to side. track a Democratic tax-cut drive for thli .year. But he renewed hli prediction that Congress would vot« to reduce taxes next year. · ., , He also stood by hli earlier forecast that any luch reduction would be mad* retroactive to next Jan, 1. Rayburn discussed the question with reporter! shortly after President Eisenhower told hli newi conference he never would agree to tax relief until the prospective federal surplus wai much bigger than at present However, Rayburn'i apparent decision to delay the Democrat* ic push for tax relief obviously wai prompted by a report TUBS* da/by a group of congressional tax experts rather than by the Chief Executive's , open , veto threat, £ Oslo Hotel Fire;; · OSLO. Norway (UE) -- Fire damaged the north wing of Oi- lo'i Grand Hotel Wedneiday forcing nearly 100 American tourists to find other hotel fa dlltlei. PAROLEE i CONFESSES AGAIN ' Admitsi2ndi Slaying WATERBURY. Conn. Handiome , George J. Davlei Wedneiday confessed hli second lex slaying, police Hid. Thli one was a victim he picked out ol the want adi In a newspaper The 38-year-old paroled lex offender told police he itranglec and then thrust · irewdrlvcr Into 17-year-old Gaetane Bolvln on May 9 when she reslitec him. Earlier In the week, Dsvlei confened to the killing of 8- year-old Brenda Jane Poucette, whom he picked up on her way to ichool, May 13. Police laid Davlei annvered an ad Mlis Bolvln placed In a lewipaper seeking a houiekeep- Ing Job. She described hertelf u "a French girl." She came here with her par- enti three yeati ago from Canada. . · · A - , » · · · , r "· · flAETANE'S ' BOOT. ' badly decomposed, wai found In the woods here Tuesday night Gaetane'i mother, Mn. Jo* ieph E. Bolvln, broke down after being told of Davlei' con- 'eislon. "Never any pity for him," »he laid In French. "We Juit hate hint" The Bolvlni talked to a reporter throueh an Interpreter at Jielr 'home. "It li entirely up to the law to take care of him," she laid, 'but don't let him come out again among the people. Pon't let anything happen In another house ai U happened here." Davlei wai lent-to prlion In 1932 and Krved a year and a day of a three-year sentence for a »ex crime. · · · . * · ' ' '.DAVIES' 73-year-old father Richard, vowed to itand by the ion he and hli wife adoptee when the boy wai eight month* old. "If he did wrong,'he did wrong." the father laid. "But he's itlU my boy and he'i been a good boy, You'd itand by your ion, too." . j Caetane · wai itabbed ' 30 tlmei, three times In the heart, Dr. Edward II. Klrschbaum, Solons Question Survival School · Brick Barracks WASHINGTON (JB--A proposal to provide masonry quar- tern for students at an Air force Survival training ba» brought railed eyebrowi at a Senate lubcommlttee . hearing Wedneiday. -The construction ti propoied at the Stead Air Force Bale near Reno, Nev, where itudent offlcera have been quartered In tenti and Quonset mill. One member of the committee wondered whether even tent quarten weren't too comfortable for men taking the 90- day courses In how to live In jungle or barren area*. medical examiner, laid. ' Although the wai choked Caetane died of the itab woundi, he said, Her ' body wai found three mllei from where Urenda Dou cette wai slain. Brenda wai itabbed 22 times and itranglec with a sweater, pollen said. Fox.Studio Lot to Be Homesites HOLLYWOOD (UT) -- The gradual conversion of all or part of the 20th Century-Fox studio lot Into an apartment-ihopplng center Is In the planning stage, an architectural firm disclosed Wednesday. The 325-acre atudlo U located In West Lo» Angelei adjacent to Beverly Hills and the real estate's -value for building purposes wai enormous. . A spokesman for Wei ton Beckett and Associates, architectural firm hired by the studio, (Unclosed It had "several plans" for developing a shopping center, office buildings and apartment houses on the itudlo lot Studio P r e s i d e n t Spyroi Skourai disclosed at a stock- loldera' meeting In New York that the itudlo li negotiating to rent space from MGM In Culver ^Ity for lt« movie production. Mr, M, HIT ·; |NDEPENDENT--P«g« A-7 A TT1" .OT/y A' 1 '''''''* ' AT L-tlu Amounces Union Money Code ;'' · . · . » . « / " ' , - . ·» (Continued From Page A-l.) opinion and they could not ex* ccpt a fair trial now. · · · · / GE.VEKALLY tho n e w fl Hands! code: 1. Call* tor adoption by the unions of "minimum accounting and financial controls" drawn up 1 iy a committee of union wcre- tary-treasuren and advlseri of itx largo accounting firms. 2. Direct* affiliated unions to traded securities of widely tald corporations so long ai the In* vestment could not "Influence the course of corporate decision."It also permits investment In union-owned enterprises or a business operated "for the benefit of Its members." . . MKANY said the Investment ban "would have outlawed the 3, Ban* ii«n of any union funds as loans, Investment! or other mrposes which would result In "personal profit or advantage" of any union officer, representative or employe, 4. Ban* any union contracts to buy goods or services which would result In "personal prominence" R management proxy or advantage' to any union off | gnt . Montgomary-Ward Presl. several years ago. Beclc later got a $200,000 personal loan from ' another firm t h r o u g h Fruehauf. It also would have blocked the Tcamiters' purchase of 51 million worth of Montgomery-Ward Co. stock In June, 1953, to In* fleer or agent beyond regular union salary or pensatlon. · .. their dent Scwcll Avery In turn gavo the union a national wage con. tract with the mall order house, fi. Ban* any loans to bulnm* Mcany gala the Montgomery enterprises with which a union Ward itock purchase was "done bargains. , ...,,,. |a« a part df the collective bar, 6. Ban* any p«nonsl loin* ol gaining process and I don't think union funds to union officers, that's proper," ,- , ,. ,. representatives, employei, mem' He said the code would not bera "or membcn of their fnm- ban loam luch ai -those made llci for the purpose of financing by the Ladles Garment Worker! the private business or Invest ment of such persons." Tho ban on union Investments was qualified, however, to permit Investment! In publicly- Union which to help employeri with It bargains to stay in builneu. He mid luch Joans were for the benefit of union members. UTL Save*5 on Aluminum Chaise Lounge Rust-proof Tubular Aluminum Adjustable · , · * , . Frame complete with Nylonite Box-Edge Lounge Pad - Pay as little as $1.25 weekly Lightweight tubular aluminum frame is easily portable on rubber-tree! disc wheels, adjusts to 3 comfortable reclining positions. Resilient base is covered with 2" cotton* filled box pad covered in floral-printed miracle fabric Nylonite. 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