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   Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - July 2, 1959, Long Beach, California                             DOESN'T WANT CAREER Miss Maryland Gives Up Crown PENTAGON FIRE ENDANGERS MILLION IN Blaze Routs Hundreds, 15 to Thick Black Smoke Fills Corridors; Film Burn WASHINGTON UP) A Pentagon fire today endan gered 30 million dollars wort of statistical computin eqiupment, sent at least 1 firemen and building guard to hospitals and routed hu dreds of employes from tl huge defense headquarters Almost two hours after th fire started, firemen from half dozen departments in T Washington area still h been unable to quench t fire eating through false cei ing and floors on -the second floor of the building. In the great concourse shopping area and entrance to the 'sprawling tions of the floor were buck- ling from heat. FIREMEN, using pneumatic [hammers and drills, began punching holes through the concrete flooring to get water into the heart of the fire. H E The Evening Newspaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1959 'PAGES PRICE 10 CENTS TELEPHONE HEs-im Vol. LXXII-No, 129 CLASSIFIED KB EDITION (Six Editions Daily) Pontiff Warns of Destruction in Nuclear War Kozlov Calls for Closer Ties 8 MARIE LITZ entry in the Miss Universe Beauty .Pageant here, turns over her tiara and trophy to Diane White in Baltimore after brief reign. Miss White was state BALTIMORE statu- esque blonde who stands 5- :eet-9 gave up her Miss.Maryr land title after a reign of Only days Wednesday'because she' didn't want, to more starry heights. Die in Crash :-MAR! ON, Search crews Ohio- 0 fanned The fire burning into big stores of recording film rolled out choking clouds of smoke. Officials said the'statistical computing equipment has suf- fered at least damage from smoke. In-addition firemen ---------and guards taken to' hospitals try for m the dozen or more ambu- lances rushed to the scene, an THE GIBBONS BROTHERS, James (left) and Robert, wore broad smiles as they posed for this picture, to a note on the at Knott's Berry Farm Ghost Town. Today Robert is dead of stab wounds and James is booked in Long Beach City Jail for investigation of murder. out through wheat field early today, looking for the remaining seven victims of an airliner crash that left little doubt all 10 aboard perished. -The plane, owned by the "Since the excitement has died down, I don't desire a very glamorous said 25-year-old Marie Litz. The right to represent Maryland in the Miss''Uni- verse Contest at Long Beach, Calif., went to the runner-up in the state contest, 24-year- old Diane White, a brunette who's only 5-4 Both women .are' secre- taries. Miss Litz, who -meas- ures 36-24-36, is a- divorcee Continental Can Co., carried eight top company executives and a crew of two. It hurt- led out -of an overcast sky late Wednesday and crashed such 'tremendous impact that bits of wreckage were showered over a 300-yard .area. plane literally dug the graves for most of them Only parts of three bodies were found, the others evi- dently were buried under the but said that had nothing to do with her decision. equal number of fire fighters were.treated for smoke ihala- tion on the returned to duty. BLACK SMOKE was so thick that firemen had to form human chains to grope their way through the murky corridors. Three times as the firemen sought to fight their way through to reach the cente of the blaze they were forced back by noxious smoke_from the recording film and mag netic tape. B.Man as Brother :ound Slain By BERT RESNIK His hands peacefully AMID MEDIEVAL POMP. SPONSORS HERE said bs- Firemen; staggering black faced from the scenei said was like working in a min (Continued Page A-10, Col. Mountain and Deserl Areas Get Drenched earth. t "THE EXECUTIVES returning to New ng divorced was no bar entering the Miss Universe contest. The West Coast event was thrown into, tur- moil two years ago when Miss Maryland, Leona Gage Ennis, turned out to be a Mrs. with two children after winning the title of Miss USA. Miss Litz also said: "I don't want to deprive Diane of an opportunity to ;o into the movies or thea- rossed over his blood-staine  night. Shortly before midnight while police were still in the murder apartment, the vic- tim's younger brother re- turned and was arrested for the slaying. Slain was Robert J. Gib- bons, 1102 Dawson Ave., Apt. 4, employe of a car-manufac- turing firm. Police reported he had been stabbed 10 times, most of the wounds near the heart. Prince Albert Bride Giggles at Nuptial By EDDY GILMORE BRUSSELS, Belgium Albert of Liege, heir presumptive to the Belgian throne, today married a beautiful blonde Italian princess who broke down with giggles midway through the glittering church VATICAN CITY John XXIII appealed today to the leaders of rival nations to "try every approach" for peace because a war with nuclear weapons would destroy victor and vanquished alike. The 77-year-old head of the oman Catholic Church also appealed for Christians to re- unite. He urged the press, movies and television to counteract what he called R preading tendency toward alsehood and immorality. 'Truth, unity and pence" were the subjects of the Pon ff's first encyclical letter to! WASHINGTON the bishops of his church First Dep, Premier Frol R. since his coronation eight Koslov said today the time lonths HCO has come to abolish once and t for all the suspicion 'and THE ENCYCLICAL began distrust which he said mars j n i .International relations, with the words "Ad Petn Cathedram" "Near I a new jg Chair." It was dated June 29, whjch he plctxlred a east day of St. Peter, and foundation for future world was released for publicationlpeace. today. Addressing a combined _ .flmeetlng of the National Press Ihe Pontiff warned that if the Overseas Writ. nations do not aim at fra- ers the visiting Soviet ternal unity which must rest official said that only recog- on the precepts of justice and nitlon of "the principles .of be nourished by charity, con- peaceful coexistence" could perm t the use of atomic sci- dltions of gravest crisis main." ter." York Quell Riot of Inmates at Elliott SAN DIEGO Wl A bias from a guard's shotgun wounded, two men and put an end to a demonstration at a camp housing 717 Navy and Marine prisoners Wednesday wedding. The radiant 21-year-old bride, Dona Paola Ruffo dl Cal abria, Joseph Cardinal Van Roey he officiating clergyman 'Have you come here'of your own free will to engage ii she replied In "As R he said, "all prudent men complain and grieve that it seems to be un certain whether the same events are moving toward the establishing of a solid, true and genuine peace, or are slipping in complete blindness toward new and frightfu warlike conflagration. "WE SAY IN complete blindness: for God new war break out, nothing else will awai cnce for the benefit of man- kind to build a period of progress "unprecedented in listory." The address was telecast nationwide by NBC. jovial, 50-year-old Soviet lead- er spoke in Russian. An in- terpreter, V. N. Sukhodrev, translated Kozlov's words nto English. KOZLOV, WHOM some ob- servers portray as the likely successor to Premier Nikita wh'ere the firm has its head qOarters, after a meeting of company officials in Chicago Continental said. The plane crashed shortly before 6 p.m. on the farm of .H. F. Smith, six miles of this north central Oni city, off State Route 98. It was raining lightly .a the time, a midafternoo thunderstorm having blow itself out. 'Continental Can identifie y pellets from the gun. About 300 men were In volved in the demonstration, uring irown sprayed with fire hose. Navy Cap't. V. A. King ommander of the Camp lliott Naval Retraining .Com mand Prison, said the cause f the trouble had not been determined. the younge confessed th HE SAID Brother had murder to him and asked fo money to make an escape. H threatened his life, too. Police went to the apart ment with Graves an found the body on a daven port. The body was wrapped n a spread. Graves said James Gib bans released him after he gave him "all the money lad." He added he refused (Continued Page A-6, Col. 5 Weather- Low clouds late to- night and early Friday, but mostly dew Friday, Lhtle change in tempera- ture. Maximum temper- French and then suddenly giggled and couldn't go on. She blushed, raised her left hand to her lips and finally smothered her laughter. Her solemn, 25-year-old bride m, kneeling on her right, gave his bride a sympathetic ook. This seemed to steady her. or confront all peoples, (sue are the dreadlul armament which our age brings int play) but appaling dcstructio and ruin; and this, whethe they are victor or vanquished We therefore ask all, am which rocks and guards were were she broke THE INJURED Marin guard, of 109 who wer either on duty or called up to her long hands S. Khrushchev, said he 'con sldered this address a matter of "high responsibility." Kozlov suddenly this morn- ng canceled a scheduled tour In Maryland in order to de- vote his full time to prepara- tion of the address. The burden of his talk was WITH ONLY an occasional faint trembling smile she completed the long ceremony performed amid medieval pageantry and splendor !n the Roman Catholic church statesmen in particular, tha they ponder these matte prudently and earnestly h fore God the judge; and, as a result, with genuine good will, be ready to try every approach which may lead to the essential unity. This har- mony and unity, by which alone, we say, the joint pros perity of nations will un- doubtedly be Increased, will be able to be restored only when minds are at peace and the rights of al! recognized, and due freedom.shine forth of Sis. Michael and Gudule. When she took communion, down and cried, once more halt the demonstration, wa hit and bruised by a rock. Names of those involved in the 20-minute demonstration were withheld. The camp houses sailors flying to her face. The bridegroom, younger brother of bachelor King Baudoin, was grim and nerv- ous through the long cere- and marines convicted of monies that began with a service offenses for which sentences of more than two month? have been imposed. They are called retrainees. Marine Lt. Col. Paul Jacob- sen, camp executive. officer, said he considered the affair ho more serious than "letting :ivil marriage service in the royal palace. RIDING IN an open car from the palace to the church for the rengious ceremony the bride wavad gaity. The The officer said he ordered Albert looked and ature by noon today: 83. and till. the guard to fire the thotgun at men who were holding a fire hose In an upper window of a barracks and spraying 'guards below. The only dam- age was shattered window glum, giving only slonal salute. Just .before reaching .the church, hi pretty brids moved closer t her handsome husband in th back seat and squeezed W for the church, for peoples, (Continued Page A-6, Col. 1) Hunts Name of Friend, Finds Own When George L. Larsen, of 1144 Pacific Ave., ran hit oame In list ot hetrt Wednesday he almost iwal- lowed nil cigar. Larsen, a steward on the Its-foot charter yacht Ce- tecte, MU for the Mime ot the per, Tex For of per- sons who have overlooked federal income tax hi paat yean tun to Page that U. S. Soviet relations should be built on the basis of friendship and trust, arid he added that what he had seen so far in his tour .of this country convinced him many Americans are con- vinced it is necessary "as soon as possible to eliminate causes of international ten- sions." HE SAID THE Americans e has talked to show that they truly want peace. "I've seen real proof that that conviction is said. As for people in his own (Continued Page A-6, Col. 4) WHERE TO FIND IT Senate votes compromise two-billion-dollar foreign loan development program. Story on Page A-2. srra. A-8. Beach Page Hal B-7. Page B-7. Pages D-l to 7. r Pages 7. Page Death Page Page B-3. Shipping Page D-l. Pages C-l, 2, X Page C-5, D-I. TV, M. Vital Page D-l, B-7. B-4, j   

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