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Publication: Press Telegram June 26, 1959

Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - June 26, 1959, Long Beach, California AIRLINER SPLIT ALOFT BY BOLT, FEAR 71 DEAD The Fined Evening Newspaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1959 46 PAGES PEICE10CENTS TELEPHONE HE s-nsi Vol. 124 CLASSIFIED HE 2-5959 HOME EDITION (Six Editions Daily) Youth Lost, 3 Saved as Boat Sinks 2nd Fishing Vessel Goes Aground, 3rd Hunted After Call Three men were plucked safely from the sea after their live-bait boat capsized off Huntingtpn Beach this morn- ing, but a fourth crew mem- ber was presumed drowned. At Cabrillo Beach, a fish- ing- boat went aground and 22 persons aboard used a, lifeline to wa'de to safety through the suif. Off San Nicolas Island, the Coast Guard and Navy joined forces in a search for a fish- ing boat that had weakly ra- dioed a distress call. From Santa Barbara came word that the 38-foot sloop Echo, feared lost, had weath- ered a fierce northwester and slipped safely into harbor. THOSE WERE the South- land sea developments today! as brisk winds tossed the waves in a moderate chop. On Thursday, the 46-foot fishing boat Estelcne of San Diego and the Long Beach- Jjased destroyer USS Fechtler collided near San Clemente Island. The Estelcne's bow was battered and its deck planks ripped. One of crewmen, Ray Wood, the Housc would insist> _ Long Beach, suffered iinljting the {egislation to OR I OniQItti wrenched knee when extension of the from his bunk. It made rates. sa.e In a session running past. In the Huntington Beach! sinking this morning, 17-year- old Richard Reed, from Costa Mesa or Santa Ana, was miss- ing. Rescued were Warren Tucker, about 40, of 20241 Cypress St., Costa Mesa, skip- per of the capsized Sea Sport II; Robert Comhee, 18, of 202! ,F the (Continued on A-8, Col. cuts and additional old- 'age grants would throw the HEADS Of STATE Queen Elizabeth and President Eisenhower stand as their national anthems are played at St. Hubert, Quebec. The two heads of state attended official opening of St. Lawrence photo.) House Lecc'ers CcEk at Tax Law Changes WASHINGTON YUUIU llliuw trie .pdsstuy in OOUl Vv President's budget out of will be Story on A-3. ance several hundred million'Rosensohn said. be expected in advance Deaths in Acid Vat negotiations on Senate-House i KNOXVILLE, Tenn. it S i f i An explosion hurled two It did not foreclose House1 agreement to go along with plant workers to Force says its latest Discover- er satellite rocket, loaded with secret gear, failed to go into orbit. ments. vat of acid Thursday night. Mills' statement was made Firemen recovered as Senate and House con- scarcd bodies Qf Beach B-I. Hal A-ll, A-ll. D-I to 12. B-8, 9. B-6. B-2. 10. B-3. by Bullet in Chicago A ruling by the Director of Internal Revenue makes the amount of each person's refund confidential Is your name in today's "Forgotten Fortune" list? A Shipping B-8. tne C-l to 7. ..o dim nouse con- scarcd horiipi nf Alhprt Hnr.t! B-6, 7. ferees met to seek a compro- f Albfl Hurst Tides, Temperatures-A-4. mise on the tax bill and on a and Mac Cox from the vat at: TV, B-1I Experts were trying to bill to continue the present the Footc Mineral Co. plant j Wiison-Page A-II. TfhP nf ,h. f i, 'iaV SS of early today. Both men were! B-l', 5. I ne WfilPnT t np rrtPlf c r ,r from Knoxville. I Your A-2. learn weight of the rocket's pace than 300 defense contracts. speculation pjN.yp_BOYSOF FASHION TAKE BOW that it might contain some type of scanning equipment. The Air Force was silent on this. The rocket was fired Thurs- day at p.m. in a test of complex equipment which will carry monkeys into space this autuumn. There was no life aboard the fourth Dis- coverer rocket. Freight Trains Crash Head On; Six Injured BRIDGEPORT, Okla. Six persons were injured early today when two Rock Island freight trains collided head on five miles west of this small central Oklahoma town. There were 10 crewmen aboard the two trains, all from Oklahoma. The condi- tion of the injured had not been fully determined. Nixon, Tito in Ranks of World's 11 Best Dressed Men of the Year 1954 ADAMS, Charles H., 914 Re- dondo Ave., Long Beach. CHICAGO (ffi A priest ALFANO, S.F. M., 1026-A was shot and wounded todav! Ave.. Lone Bearh Gibson PI., Redondo Beach CAVNAR, J.T. H.D., 4035 Livingstone Dr., Long Beach CAVANAUGH, Dana H., R S Box

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Publication: Press Telegram

Location: Long Beach, California

Issue Date: June 26, 1959

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