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Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - July 3, 1959, Long Beach, California Huge Fire in Sierra Out ot control 3-DAY DRAMA AT ST. MARY'S Doctors Pock Boy, 4, in Ice, Save His Girl Scouts Flee Camp as Photo bv Chuck SunoWit JOSEPH (JO-JO) SILVA, 4, who was packed in ice for three days by doctors at 'St Mary's Hospital, cuddles a stuffed lamb as he gets a warm sendoff from ;Mrs. George J. Keeney, president of the Heart Guild, before going home to- 'day. Jo-Jo was "frozen" when his kidneys failed after a heart operation. HOME Ftnetl Svening Newpep The LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., FRIDAY, JULY 32 PAGES PRICE 10 CENTS TELEPHONE HE s-iisi Vol. LXXU-No.'nO CLASSIFIED HE EDITION: [Six Edition! 1 Killed in L B. Area Traffic Accidents A yoiing San Pedro.woman was killed and a Long Beach-based1 sailor critically injured in separate .acci- dents late Thursday and early this morning. Police said the sailor, ames M. Gladhill, 22, of the SS Magoffin, was thrown om his swerving car in owney after he raced away om a bar at 85-90 miles an our. Gladhill was given emer- cncy treatment at Downey Fear 350 Weekend Auto Toll By Aisoclaled Prill traffic safely officials across the nation mustered all-their strength and inge nui'ly today to from killing themselves and other persons over the Fourth of July holiday weekend. The National Safety Conn cil ipred'icled that 350 person will-die in traffic accident during the 54-hour nolida; period from 6 p.m. local Urn tonight to midnight Sunday. t THE TRAFFIC death to ;thc three-day July weekend last year svas 370. .Without exception, stat patrols marshaled all the manpower and every resourr at tfieir command to keep n anticipated crushing volutn of -traffic moving safely an freely. Ciyic and business organ By BEN ZINSER team ot_local doctors disclosed today they packed a 4-year-old in ice for three'straight'days in a dra- matic effort save his 'life. Medical observers here are praising the feat as a spec- acular .demonstration of the use 'of 'artificial hibernation .o combat disease. t THE BOY, whose kidneys failed.to function after a suc- cessful heart operation, was "frozen" to .slow down his processes thus reduce his need for oxygen while his kidneys were useless. The patient Is Joseph Sil- Acres Seared as 500 Fight Blaze on Five-Mile Front SIERRAVILLE, Calif huge forest fire roared out of control along a five-mile stretch of valuabl timberland near this smal Sierra, mountain communit today. The fire, started by'a care less camper, had burned a estimated acres of hm berland by early today' an orced evacuation of a Gi cdut camp. Thirty young girls from the Marin County Council of Girl couls were trucked from the amp to safety late Thursday night .when the blaze threat- ned their area. However, the ire had not reached the camp by today. There apparently was no danger to homes. C. E. Ever- ha'rl, administrative officer of Tahoe National Forest, said he only possible danger was o Campbells Hot Springs, a mountain resort. THE FIRE STARTED near the resort but winds shifted ts burning area in the oppo- site direction. Everhart, who .called the fire bad said the blaze was being fed by high winds and burning con- ditions were very dangerous. "The, fire is still out of control nearly 24 hours after its was he said, "and its control is indefinite." He pointed out that the July 4 holiday will bring thousands of persons- into the area to "get away from the valley heat." He estimated 500 men, In SAVED AS SHIP BURNS, EXPLODES cluding 100 each from Snn Qiienlin and Soledad stale irisons, were on the fire lines ind half a dozen aeria tankers dropped .hofalc, chemical which helps' control fires, on the forest blaze; The Slate. Highway Patrol closed U. S. Highway 89 be- tween Sierraville and Truckee Thursday afternoon and eve- ning, but reopened it to es- corted traffic at about II p.m. 2 Dead, 1 Missing in Japan Downpour TOKYO At least SEE YOU IN MOSCOW -u Soviet first deputy premier Fro) Kozlovyltfos.cow's mftivwllh a smile, Is the picture of a gallant host as he-jgi'ecls Mrs'. Patricia Nixon with a two-handed clasp at Thursday night's reception in the Russian Embassy. Center is Rus- sian Ambassador Mikhail Mcushikov. Mrs, Nixon and her husband, the Vice President, are due to visit Russia this Wirephoto.) ommunity Hospital after he 'as hurled from his car on Telegraph Rd. near Pas- ons St. He was later trans erred to the hospital ship JSS 'Haven. Downey police said they eceivcd an erroneous report rom the hospital ship at .m. that the sailor had died. i later check wilh the iroved the report false. Miss Sandra Lee McLaugh- (Continued Page A-3, Col. 3) va, called Jo-Jo by ;his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe G. two persons were reported killed and one was missing when the first heavy down (Continued Page A-3, Col. 2) pours of the monsoon season batlered the main island of> Japan Thursday, causing, landslides and floods. Tax Refunds Held, Maybe for You 'U1 Race Under Ban of N. M. Archbishop Catholic girls in New Mexico have been forbidden by their archbishop from appearing, in any public beauty contest. But officials of the Miss Universe con- said today Ihc ruling won't change Iheir pro- .J--------------------- Red Chief Flies to See Brown BUT NOT 2ND Ist-Priie Winner Gets DALLAS Dal- las Chamber of Commerce Thursday announced that the winner of its member- ship drive will receive a weekend in Monterrey, Mexico. WHtRE TO FIND IT FBI seizes three Americans in Canadian bond burglary. Story on Page Federal income-lax re- fund checks totaling 000 which belong to Long Beach area persons are be- ing held by the Internal Revenue Service in Los Angeles until claimed. The postal service has been unable to deliver' the checks because of Incor- rect addresses or failure on part of the tax "heirs" (o provide forwarding ad- dresses when they move. The Press-Telegram today carries its 15th list of heirs. Civic ana ousmcss The second-prize winner zailons joined in to help stop will receive a weekend in j To see your name Is on the slaughter. Monterrey wife. I list, (urn to Page A-6. .Beach B-l. Hal B-7. B-7. C-7 to 16. C-6, 7. A-7. Death B-2. B-fl. B-3, Shipping C-7. C-l to 5. 7. Tides, TV, B-8. Vital B-3. B-7. B-4. ;ram. Archbishop Edwin V. Byrne as prohibited any Catholic in New Mexico from ap tearing publicly in a-beauty ontcst under .threat of cx- ommunicalion of herself and icr family. "It's.very unfortunate the irchbishop has taken thi; said Oscnr Melnrmrdl director of the Miss Universe contest. "A p p a r e n 11 y the archbishop doesn't understand the purpose of the contest which is to promote interna- tional ship." BAR GROUP BOWED TO THREAT, PAPER SAYS she said in que. WASHINGTON Sovi- et Deputy Premier Frol R. left today for a slght- "I'll probably go ahcnd In seeing tour of the United More Sighted in Lifeboat off Panama U. S. Plane Drops Flares to Assist in Rescue Work PANAMA Colom- bian ship caught fire and ex- ploded in the Caribbean Thursday night. At least 23 survivors were picked up and more were sighted in a life- boat, the U. S. 15th Naval District said. The ship WBS variously dcnlificd as the Rio Arauco r Rio Alralo. (Neither name s listed in available shipping guides.) The Nrwy said the ship cnughl fire about 8 or 9 p.m, 200 miles northeast of the Atlantic entrance to the Pan- ama Canal. The number of persons aboard was not given. THE GERMAN SHIP Essen radioed It hud picked up 23 In a rubber raft and 8 In a lifeboat. A U.S. Air transport plane wns sent out In the pre- dawn darkness and dropped flnres to aid in the rescue work. The crew reported sighting a man, a woman and three children In a lifeboat. The U.S. military sea trans- port Gibbons, en route to Puerto Rico, wns diverted to the scene to aid In rescue Work, The stricken ship was Llic contest anyway, but I'll [Slates with the remark that think it over seriouslyj-'thcrc is nothing at all for good will and friend- Break Theft Ring Hiding Loot in Mine GORMAN, Calif. burglary ring which used an ME1NHARDT SAID the contestants, who come from had "a falling all over the world, wear themselves. Albuqucr-us to fight about." Kozlov, his diplomatic mis- sion to. Washington com- ilnicd with no u-aslng of the dctidlock over Ber- lin, took off at a.m. n chartered commercial flir- llricr on n nonstop flight to Sacrnmenlo, Calif. Starting a 10-day swing through a half- dozen cities, he planned to lunch with California's Govr Edmund G. Drown. Then it abandoned mine .as a storc-iwas on to San Farncisco. fpr house for loot was uncovered A i rnl si of.rr mrmhr.n: rgnnrt.KConflnucd Page A-3, .Col.. 5) Weather route from the Norlh Colom- bian port of Cartagena< Island of San Andres off Nic- oragun. 49-Star Flag out" The Kern County sheriff's office said it sent officers 16 the mine eight miles west of suits that are in the best of taste------- "The suits arc very con- Mcinhardt said. "Girls wear the same types on San beaches and at pools all over Bernardino counl.cs In an in here to Join officers from Los Hear Warren Blackballed Nixon Bid Ihe nation. Docs the arch- bishop object to this CHICAGO Trib- bne said today that Chiej- Justice Earl Warren black- balled an invitation to Vice President Nixon to join in the American Bar Assn. meeting in London in 1957. The Tribune, in a dis- patch from Washington by Walter. Trohan, said it learned that Warren told the ABA president: "If you let that fellow in, count me. out." The paper said the ABA board of governors de- bated, letting Warren out by extending the contem- plated invitation to Nixon, but finally bowed to War- en's threat because the as- sociation had formally m- the chief justice and received his acceptance. Warren was unavailable for comment. A spokesman for the Supreme Court said in Washington the chief justice had left Asheville, N.C., on a trip west The Tribune said the story of Warren's political feuding with.Nixon was de- tailed and confirmed by a former president of the ABA, who told the paper: "T do not want my name used, but if Warren sues I'll be 'A witness in court for you." Nixon had no comment on the disclosure of (he blackballing, the dispatch wid. Attorney 'David Maxwell of Philadelphia, who was ABA president at Ihe time of the' alleged backballing, asserted, "I have no com- ment on the accuracy of the story. 1 will say that 1 am. positively and un- equivocally not the past president who gave .this story to the Tribune." The Tribune said: "The latest evidence of the deep split between ihc two Californians was un- covered as the capital continued to echo amaze- ment over Warren's action in upbraiding the author of a Nixon biography al t Sunday night cocktail party here. "Warren accused Earl Mazo, author' of 'Richard of stepping 'over my body' in an effort 'to make Nixon president.' He called Mazo 'a damned liar' when the author denied in- tent to step on Warren." The Tribune quoted the chief justice as saying he was handcuffed by his high office from engaging in public controversy or in politics. It said' It had learned he had been suc- cessful in a behind-the- scenes effort to keep Nixon out of the political lime- light by barring him from the London legal meeting in 1957 where about American lawyers joined British lawyers in explora- tion of the common roots of their legal systems. Warren has since dropped his membership in the ABA. ny Catholic contestant af- by the archbishop's uling. The girl would be re- quired to follow the same oulinc of other conicsants, tfeinhardt said. t HE SAID he understands vesligation. The mine is lo-j cated in l.os Angeles County.! Clouds and fog late to- night and early Saturday near the coast, but ly sunny. Maximum tern-" perature at noon today: 79. COUNTY OFFICES BUGGED Chief, Now an Ex, Kept Tabs on 17 Wis. iff officials brooded today over discovery of an elab- Ncw Mexico, Sue' Simone In- jersoll, 20, of Albuquerque, Is Zalholic, but that they had (eft complelcly up to Miss Ingtrsoll the decision of whether to compele here or not. MISS INGERSOLL said this was the first she had heard of the archbishop's ban on contests. "1 haven't yet made up my mind what to Miss In- gcrsoll said. "I agree with him that reported goings-on in 17 city and county offices the police com- mission's conference room the desk of Madison's recently firtd chief of po- lice. They were troubled, not only over the principle of the thing, but the principal. Engineers figured that'the hidden microphone system, wired to a control panel in the office of ex-chief Bruce Weatherly, cost about Alderman William C.' Sachtjen, who was presi- dent, of Ihe City Council In 1957 when Ihe installation was paid for, said that Weatherly "must have in- cluded the cost in the regu- lar police communications expense without our knowl- edge." Mayor Ivan Nestingen told Ihe Fire and Police Commission Thursday about discovery of Ihe listening devices last May, while misconduct charges involving another matter were pending against Wwtherly. The equipment, 1st in Tokyo TOKYO (Saturday) America's new 49-slar flag was raised officially today over the U. S. Embassy here. The new flag was raised at dawn p.m. EOT Friday) in Tokyo, hours before it would fly over Washington or Juncau, the capital of America's 49lh state. Japan is 13 hours ahead of Daylight Saving Time in Washington and 18 hours- ahead of Standard Time in the Alaskan capital. Nestingen said, has been removed. Weatherly fired by the commission after an ex- tended hearing and last week Circuit Court upheld the discharge. Weatherly cited after his squad car was involved in a col- lision after he had taken his secretary home from an evening al a downtown supper club. Weatherly, former chief of police at San Antonio, Texas, took the Madison post about 10 years ago, He now is vacationing ia Texas and has' not reached for comment.
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