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Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - May 13, 1959, Long Beach, California JCC QUEEN 'WANTED NEW STARF Beauty Winner Confesses Two Colorado Robberies 36 DIE IN 5 CRASHES; 2 LINERS, 3 JETS FALL HOME .The Finest Evening Newspaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., WEDNESDAY, MAY Vol. 86 PRICE 10 CENTS 76 PAGES CLASSIFIED HE 2-5959 TELEPHONE HE 5-1111 EDITION (Six Editions in MRS. DIXIE ANN GOTTFRftlD as she was crowned-Miss Colo- rado Jaycee last July and Bright) as she is questioned on robbery charge. Russ Propagandize at Parley, fke Says WASHINGTON Eisenhower said today the Soviet. Union seems to be pushing a propa- ganda drive in seeking admittance of Red satellite' nations to the Geneva foreign ministers conference.; (Eisenhower told a news Help Crisis e Russ Seek GENEVA S. Secre- tary of State Christian A. Herter challenged Russia's Andrei Gromyko today to join in. "serious, constructive ne gqt'iation." Fie said if the for- eign ministers meeting here makes satisfactory progress it can lead to a summit session "My government is anxious to make the necessary prog- ress Herter said, "bu the Western' powers canndt make it alone." Herter addressed th'e .thirt session of the foreign minis t'ers meeting. His speech hac been delayed two days while Gromyko fought for increase ility of. a visit by Sovie 3remier Nikita Khrushchev ti the United States. the thin A-ll, Col. 1 WHEFIE TO FIND IT Most juvenile delinquent are not emotionally disturbet youngsters but "essentially panel of expert reports. See second in serie of articles on delinquents on Page B-8. Beach B-1; Hal BoylfU-Page B-11. B-ll. Classifieds-Pages C-6 to 12, it-14, 15. A-15. Death B-2. B-10. B-3. Shipping C-6. C-l, 2, 3, 4. C-5. Tides, TV, B-16. Vital C-6. B-ll. B-4, 5, 8. Your A-2. LHTLETON, Colo. lown off. Pplice volunteered hat this! could signify an ex- >losion within the fuselage. FBI spokesman in BaltU DURING the meeting of the .last-.weekend at San' Fernando'; Valley State College, however, action on the appointment was post- poned.. At that time, Simpson said the board will hold a special meeting in Sacramento Sat- arday to consider the nominee picked by himself and State Department of Education of- ficials. Approval will probably come then. Simpson indicated the post- ponement was made to give board members a chince to consider a list of qualifica tions for the new presidenl which had been drawn up by a LBSC faculty committee established by the school's Faculty Council. DURING the board meet tig last Friday, Simpson said IB would meet with this com- mittee on the local campus either Monday or today to go over their list of criteria. Instead, he held an im- Dromptu meeting with the up Saturday at which time le told them he had a definite candidate in mind. His remarks apparently were specific enough to pro vide clues.to the identity of he -candidate whose name will come before the board Saturday. Mclntosh is described as a :all, vigorous and dark-haired ife-long educator who began lis career as an instructor at Idaho State. During World War II, he (Continued Page A-5, Col. 1) Bulks Gain Noted in Pneumonia Fight WASHINGTON UF> The State. Department said today there has been some improve ment in the pneumonia con ditipn besetting cancer-strick- en John Foster Dulles. Press officer Lincoln White said there had been no sig nificant change, however, in the former secretary of state's general condition. more said shortly after 1 p.m. tuVbffice had' not been asked to enter the invesHgatibri af yet. ;While many close to the. scene openly .wondered about' :he presence of a bomb on no one in authority would comment on it. Conversation between trie- jilot and thi Air Route Traf- ice Control Center at Wash- rigton shortly before 1 a n e disintegrated was >layed back on a tape re-" cbrder today, but officials here said it disclosed no cluie as to what happened. Three Air Force F100 Super Sabre jet fighters jlunged -into the. Atlantic Jceari off-Myrtle Beach, >efbre dawn today on a night navigational and air refueling lissipn. All three pilots were prfe-': sumed.lost. Cause of the triple crash was not known immediately." Air Force, spokesmen sajd :he .three, planes were seen: Hurtling toward the water, parently without having coir ided. They had speculated earlier that two had and dragged down the thirl SPOTTER AND planes worked 'the helicopter. area f several hours without finding wreckage. A Coast Guard cutter put out from Charles: ton, 125 miles to the south; west, to help in the hunt. The base said it would an- (Continued Page A-5, Col. 2) j' _ I' 1111 iii" _ fcT. i V HERE ARE THE REMAINS of the two Capital Airlines planes that crashed .separately within 50 minutes' Tuesday. Left' Is wreckage of plane that fell near Baltimore; right, remains of crash at photo.) K
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