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Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - July 6, 1959, Long Beach, California Ihousands welcome ThtSc LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., MONDAY, JULY 1959 Vol. 132. PRICE 10 CENTS TELEPHONE HE 32 PAGES fgg- CLASSIFIED HE HOME EDITION (Six Editions Daily) RUSS RECOVER 2 DOGS PROJECTED INTO SPACE INSTRUCTIONS FOR HER MAJESTY Prince Philip (right) leans forward to hear as Queen Elizabeth is briefed on welcoming ceremonies in Chicago today. Wiley Buchanan Jr.. gestures as he describes State Department plans. Mayor.Richard Daley Army Guns Fire Salute for Royalty Royal Pair Gomes Ashore on Barge From Their Yacht CHICAGO UP) Queei Elizabeth I! stepped ashore ii Chicago today amid the thun der of. Army artillery, roarin ships' whistles and the cheer of thousands of spectatoi massed around Buckingham Fountain Landing. A cordon of police strug- gled to hold back other thou- sands trying to approach the re'viewing stand on the dock. 'royal yacht Britannia's barge brought Elizabeth and Prince Philip ashore at 10 a. m. The yacht was moored SNORED BY WORKERS Kozlov Winding Up West Coast Visit SAN FRANCISCO Soviet Union's first deputy premier today winds up a slay in California during which he was wined and dined by capitalists and virtually ignored by everybody else. Heading east ic faces in Detroit the first officially cold reception o Rocket Shot )escribed as Routine Moscow Broadcast Makes No Mention of Orbital Flight LONDON Soviet. outside the breakwaler. Cl A 21-GUN SALUTE began when the launch started lo ward shore.: In close forma lion, a flight of jet fighter roared low over r.he Sierra Fire Roars Out of Control S1ERRAVILLE, Calif. (DPI) forest fire-started-by-a -year-old boy playing with matches raced eastward on igh winds through the Tahoc National still' out of ontrol in its fifth day today. planes scene. Hundreds of smal his United Stales tour. Since Friday, Frol Romano Kozlov, Premier Nikit Chrushchev's right-hand man n the Soviet government, has >cen hobnobbing .with Cali- brnia businessmen and social uminaries. But those whom the Communists 'might clas- sify as the working class Union has launched a rocket containing which were returned to earth, Moscow Radio said tonight. The announcement from Tass, the Soviet news agency. Moscow said the launching showed practically no inter- est in his presence. ,_Li _ t. f ____ ALMOST NOBODY showed up. to watch at any of his scheduled appearances or .for his arrivals or departures from Jiis hotels. As the final event .of his (Continued Page A-7, Col. t) Air Crash Kills 4; 2nd Plane Down XENIA, Ohio toll of a private plane eras reached four th occupants of. the aircraft th smashed to earth a half mile soulh of nearby Yellow Springs. Robert C. Fuller, 26, of Mo- ravia, N. Y., died in Greene Memorial' Hospilal at a. m., aboul eight hours after the crackup of a rented plane that may have run out of fuel. Ralph F, Miles Jr., 26, of East Palchogue, N. Y., the pilot, was killed inslantly. Paul J. Bollinger, 25, of Troy N. Y., lived only a few min- ulcs after the crash. Robert Thomas Burns, 23, of Albany N. Y., died in the hospital at a. m. "We've 'lost it completely on the said Forest Serv- ce dispatcher John Bigley. "I have no idea when it will be controlled." Bigley said the weary fire fire fighters were able to save a Forest Service radio relay station at Harding Point dur- ing the night "but it was real close." tour, arrangements were made for. Kozlov: and .his party to visit the Berkeley campus o the University of California and its Lawrence radiation laboratory. Kozlov had official wel- comes in Sacramento and San Francisco, and was a hit with some of California's upper (Continued on Pg. A-7, Col. 4) vas made July 2. It described the event as a routine launching of a single stage geophysical ballistic rocket of medium range. Previously the T States had recovered ___ monkeys sent into space. One of these died.later. MORE THAN acres of iimberland have been de- stroyed so far. Winds which reached 50 miles an hour in gusts Sunday forced .fire fighters to run for their lives. The Weather Bureau predict- (Continued Page A-4, Col. 2) ALL FOUR MEN aboard the plane were service trai- nees of Nalional Cash Regis- ter Co. in Dayton. They had rented a plane to go home for the holiday weekend. Miles and Fuller were sin- gle. Bollinger leaves his wife, Frances, and a daughter, Holly Ann, 4. Burps is sur vived by his wife, Alois Maria. WHERE TO FIND IT Holiday death toll soars to 513 with 271 traffic fatalilies. Story on Page A-3. Beach B-l, Hal B-7. B-7. D-2 to 7. 7. A-8. B-2. Editorial-rPage B-4. B-3. Shipping D-2._ C-l, 2, 3, 4. C-5. TWes, TV, D-8. Vital D-2. B-4, 5. Your A-2. Slocks Head for Another Record High NEW stock market headed for another record high today, paced by motors and steels. Gains of a few cents to and more dotted the list
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