Press Telegram, April 8, 1959

Press Telegram

April 08, 1959

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Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - April 8, 1959, Long Beach, California FOOD POISONING FELLS HUNDREDS Union Parley isrupted as ess Hits Some Stricken Aboard Train to Southland't Finest Evening Newspaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 1959 Vol. 56 P R1 C B 1 0 C E N T S CLASSIFIED HE HOM EDITING) MPAGES TELEPHONE HE (Six Editions Da SO NEAR AND YET SO FAR It looks like this Army La Crosse missile is about to come in for a landing on the moon, in this striking photo taken at White Sands, N. JvL But actually the moon is still miles distant. The 96-inch focal length lens used by the Army cameraman "pulls in" the Wirephoto.) Vatican Guard Chief Shot by Man He Kicked Out VATICAN CITY commander of the Pope's Swiss Guards, Col Robert Nunlist, was shot and wounded today by a disgruntled former guardsman ex-guardsman, Adolf Rucker, was wounded when the commander sought t of dynamite to a safe spot where it will be explodec o arrive late this morning at hich time the injured man as to be placed aboard the toris. He was then to be aken to Cold Bay, 150 miles ast and transported to an Anchorage hospital by Coast uard plane. Coast Guard officials, said ere the tug took the seaman, elieved to be suffering from rain injury, off the Russian efrigerator ship Pischavaya ndiistriya early today in the Bering Sea north of Akvm ay. Akun Bay is on the west ide of the Unimak Pass. RADIO CONTACT was made with _the refrigerator Continued on Pg. A-4, Col. hoi over the nitroglycerin to neutralize it and burn th sback. Aiding Capt. Eberhardt i the job will be Sgts. Elme R. Conder of Long_ Beach Calif., Kenton E.. Kohr o F red e ri ck sburg. Pa., an Bruce H. Johnson of Lehigl Iowa. Weather-- C o n s i derable cloudi- ness tonight and early Thursday, but mostly sunny Thursday fior n CAPE 't w'o-s'i a ocket. hurled its ental nose -cone TTijtfj own the Atlantic 'trZcktoif, ange early today and into he hands of a waiting overy team. It was ecoyery of a t intercontinental In i Defense .Department aterhent released here''-b'y he Air Force, le futuristic, nose trieved from the antic near Ascension ttle more than two hours fter the Thor-Able _rocSet ilasted off from :veral. THE THOR-ABLE -rocket bearing i the experi- mental nose cone was fir :35 a. m. The PentagoruswiJ airplanes and saw the cone blick o ward earth soon "At a., one. aircrjift sighted the .dye mark'erU'Wi- leased from the recovery package tored (guided) the shigi-rtq that the statemjjit said. "The nose c then picked, up. by range vessel." It was the first cone that has been seven firings of that on nose cone experiments, >VHERE TO FIND IT 'With Assembly passage of [is- fax program, Gov. Jrown's legislative requests have begun to roll through the Legislature in high gear. See Pag% A-5. Alger Hiss Europe Tour f. Hiss, ment Beach B-l. Hal A-23. A-23. C-5 to 11. B-10, II. A-lfl. Death B-2. A-22. B-3. Shipping A-U. Pages C-l to 5. B-8. Tides, TV, C-I2. A-23. B-4, S. Your A-2. WASHINGTON Alger former official State Depart- convicted of perjury in a case involving charges of spying for Russia.j will be granted a passport for travel abroad, the State De- partment announced today. State Department press of- ficer Lincoln White said in response to an inquiry that Hiss filed application "and we have decided to grant the passport." "He had applied for trave! to England, France, Holland, and possibly other Western European said. White WHITE DECLINED to get drawn into a discussion as to whether Hiss could Soviet Union. The will permit travel an except to countries China with which does-not have forma Asked why the departoftftt decided to. issue the White said that in the of legislative authority thit de- partment "had no authorify'ip refuse'the passport." Hiss has been in New York since his from prison .in 1954 after fenr- ing nearly four perjury. The.perjury based on his sworn denial had passed secret govertawat to a eourwc Soviet ipy ;

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