Hey mate, this should be the sort of thing you're looking for:
That is a great link, there are two Bill Starr programs on there which have been used for ages and are still popular. Designed for NFL players (Starr was the strength/conditioning coach for the Colts I think), so definitely suitable for a raw lifter. I made my best strength gains ever running them one after the other. Just took a week of light stuff in between, cause my shoulders were getting bit beat up. Use the spreadsheets to give you an idea. There are also heaps of really useful links to strength/power theory type articles.
Here's one to try after your gains slow on the original:
Another one used for American Foozball players, this time by the strength and conditioning coach at Arizona uni. That game might be boring as batshit, but there are some big strong fellas playing it.
All the programs can be used to do a lot of deadlifting/cleaning, so it should help you with your deadlifting goal.
Also, quick comment on the subject of Westside. It sucked for me, I went steadily backwards for 4-6 weeks or so before giving it away. There's no such thing as a program that suits everyone, just because most people are using it doesn't mean it will work for you.
I have doubts about its suitability for raw lifters too, as the raw records these days are not a lot higher than they were in the 70's, despite DE this and conjugated that. Equipped records are way higher now though, I've got a graph of it somewhere that I'll try and post up.