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   Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - July 31, 1959, Long Beach, California                             Lost Boy Found Alive in Grand Canyon NIXON TO ANSWER RED HECKLERS IN TELECAST Lad's Health Good Despite 6-Day Ordeal Ate Cactus Pulp to Escape Death, .He Tells Rescuers .GRAND. CANYON, Ariz Georgia youth, miss ing six days and given up fo dead in the rugged 'Gram Canyon, was found alive an in good condition today. John Manson Owens III, 16 of Savannah whose Iw companions died on the il fated trek into the gorge- was flown by an Army hel copter to Grand Canyon, a r sort community-on the en yon's south rim. 9 "IT'S A MIRACLE the k is said A. Lynn Co fin, chief of the National Pa rangers. "He is much thinn than when he started, but is not emaciated." A Park Service spokesman said a helicopter crewspotted! Hie youth from the air about nine miles down the Colo- rado River from the area in which the bodies .of his friends were found. Owens was found at the edge of the river in the southeastern end of the canyon in an area known as Hans Canyon "The boy apparently drank water river during his the spokesman said. "He also mentioned something about eating cactus pulp. He didn't have any food when he was found." CHEEK-TO-CHEEK DIPLOMACY Pat Nixon, wife of Vice President Richard Nixon, holds overawed Russian .youngster close during visit to area on Europe-Asia border near Sverd- lovsk Thursday. Boy's father is at right. The vice president and his wife flew back to Moscow to Press The Finest Evening Nempaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1959 Vol. 154 PRICE 10 CENTS 42 PAGES HOME EDITION HE5.iiu (Six Editions Daily) RE-PORT ON RUSS TOUR 9 Governors Urge Ike, K Trade Visits WASHINGTON nine governors who re- cently toured Russia recommended to President Eisen- hower today that he and Soviet Premier Nikila W. Germany Finds Herter Stands Firm Brandt in Geneva, Gets Assurance of West on Berlin OWENS WAS '-.uspilalized (j rand Canyon for observa- tion. "When he got out of the the spokesman said, "he turned to the crew and said, 'Well, i sure thank you for picking me up'." Owens hiked into the can- you last Friday with the Rev. Etigene A. Gavigan, 30, and Walter J. Mahany Jr., .16, both of Savannah. The search began Saturday when tourists heard cries for help from deep within the canyon. Mahany's body was found Sunday. His death was al- tributed to exposure to the searing heat. The body of Father Gavigan, who appar- ently fell from a 200-foot cliff, was found Monday. Bellflower Suspect Shot Dead Khrushchev exchange visits in the interest of promot [ing world peace. Gov. LeRoy Collins of Flor- ida, spokesman for the group, the President indicated interest in their suggestion jhut gave no indication that he would carry out the idea, Collins and the eight other governors constitute the ex- ecutive committee of the Na- tional Governors Conference. A burglary suspect was fa- They called at the tally shot in Bcllflower early House to make a formal report deputy who Lf thrce ivecks chasing him and lunged for the officer's gun. TUB FORMAL report said Killed was John B. Mills, the governors feels that a 29, a service stalion attendant very sincere and spontaneous m i frinulshii) exists L o a r u at )7GGO S. Lakewood among Russiari Bellflower. Ipeople. Homicide investigators said Collins said GENEVA Berlii officials said today they woi fresh assurances from Secrc tary of Slalc Christian Herter thai lie will not en his basic price for a Berli truce. Willy Brandt, ihe louyl mined young mayor of Wcs Berlin, made a flying trip I Geneva for conferences wit fierier and Heinrich Brentano, the West Gcrma foreign minister. When the talks had ished, Brandt declared: have no fears al all will be any major concp sions" on the part of Western Allies. V BRANDT' was from a vacation Thursday Brcntano. At that lime Wesl Germans were said bc very much concerned I the Wesl might, give aw something to the Soviets order to get a Berlin sellle mcnl here. a Krushchev i Rocky's Son, Girl Flee to Hill Lodge KRISTIANSAND, Norway Gov. Nelson Rockefel- ler's son Steven and his Nor- wegian girl friend look refuge at a hill lodge loday from re porlers trying to find out whether they intend to marry "We want to be alone with my said blonde Anne Marie Rasmussen, who first' met Slcvcn while work ing as a maid for his family in New York. The 21-year-old girl anc 23-year-old Sleven mounle his motorcycle T h u r s d a nighl and roared ofr to Ljos land Lodge, eight miles up i the hills from Kristiansand (Continued on Pg. A-8, Col. 1 HIT "-------i IM3 Mills was grappling with Dep- to thjs country would uty Joe Johnson, 26, at the bc very beneficial and they side of a house at 16411 recommended it at the earli- Clark St. when the gun dis- time, charged and a .38-caliber bul- president expressed let tore through his side. no dissent to that and indi- Mills was pronounced deadLatcd jniercsi in Collins I. 2) said. The governors gave Eiscn- fiKin IT a transcript of a IJ- WHERE TO FIND II hour arui 4Q-minute discus- Fortune" tax heirs list appears on Page A-15. Beach B-l Hal A-17. A-17. C-6 to 16. A-12, 13. A-15. A-16. B-3. Shipping A-7 C-l to 6. B-6. Tides, TV, B-8. Vilal A-6. A-17. 5. Your A-2. sion they had with in which the Soviet staled specifically he would like to come to this country provided such a visit would jserve a useful purpose. Seven Hurt as Navy Bus Falls 45 R. Following Ihe meclinR'wilh Herter, Brcntano and Brandt were described as continuing "to ,'iave full confidence that the Western Allies will not abandon Iheir rights in Berlin and will not turn over Berlin to the Soviets." MEANWHILE, Geneva hummed with rumors of a possible visit to Washington by Soviet Premier Nikila S Khrushchev. Should Prcsiden Eisenhower invilc Khrushchev lo Washinglon and the Sovie (Continued on Pg. A-8, Col. 1 injuries lo ,07 per sons Thursday east of St. Paul, Minn. Trees kept train from p lungmg down embankment onto Highway Weather- Low clouds late to: night and early Satur- day, but mostly sunny Saturday. Little change in temperature. Maxi- mum by noon today: 85 Probe Train Wreck After 100 Injured MENOMON1E, Wis. of the Chicago and North Western Railway sought today to deter- mine the cause of ihe derailment of the last seven cars of the road's Twin Cities passenger train thai brought njury to more than 100 persons Thursday. Forty-seven persons were hospitalized but only 10 remained over- India Fires Red Chiefs of State NF.W DELHI. India Prime Minister Nehru's gov- ernment today forced the Communist government of Listen to His Address Vice President Back in Moscow After Siberian-Ural Tour MOSCOW Presi- dent Richard M. Nixon re- turned today from a flying Si- berian-Ural trip and promised lo answer Soviet hecklers in a televised speech to the Rus- sian people Saturday night. Nixon also is expected to give a nationwide television report lo the American peo- c after he slops off in Po- and for -A three-day visit. He called ofr all appoint- ments at the American Em- sassy tonight as well as most Saturday. At Moscow Air- Vice President Nixon's pccch to the Russian peo- ile will be carried on the :olumhia Broadcasting Sys- cm's radio network al i.in. (KS'O Saturday, CBS radio announced.- port, Nixon in cffccl urged he Russians lo hear and see lis address. TALKING INTO a micro- ihone, he said: "When I speak tomorrow light at 8 o'clock I will dis- cuss and answer some of ths questions I got during tho trip. I will also Rive my im- pressions of Ihe Soviet economy, I he managers, workers and people." Nixon called his fast-mov- ing, five-day 'rip oulsido Moscow "very Interesting." The Russian people, he said, arc very friendly to Amer- icans even as the people of the United States are toward the people of the U.S.S.R. "I round a common interest in finding wnys to hs said. "I heard on every side Ihe words 'Mir peace and friendship." liglil. There were no fatalities. The train had just rounded NIXON, accompanied by his wife and his 30-member official party, flew into the Soviet capital aboard a RMS- j (Continued Page A-8, Col. 4) Father Kills 2 Children, Self V-UUII11 n 11 i I a long curve when Ihe last 7 cars of the II-car train whip- ped from the rails and rolled 20 feel down a stesp bluff in this northwestern Wisconsin wooded area. Only a row of rccs slopped some of the cars rom crashing down on heav- ly traveled U.S. Highway 12. T. W. Harvey, superinten- dent of the Mfnncapolis-St MONTEREY (UPi) A Navy bus ran off Slalc High- way 1, 20 miles soulh of here, and plunged down a 45-foot embankment early to- day- i All seven men aboard were; f I I injured when the vehicle J II landed in a ravine and flipped I I over. The extent of their in- juries was not known bul 'none was believed in critical condition. ONE NUMBER DOES IT Ihe ground it was unnhlc to rule peacefully under the In- dian constitution. This placed Ihe steaming South Indian stale under the Ohio 8, and his aCni Ol lllli Paul division of the or the central govern mcnl in New Delhi. The lion followed more liian monlh or violence by anti- Sister Kalhy. 6, were shot to death early loday by their father, who then ended his own life, Clermont County Sheriff Clyde Dericks re- ported. Injured were: Edward A. Larkin, 6f Sa Doctor Says China Reds Kill All Over 60 HONG KONG An American doctor in Laos was minted today as saying Chinese Communisl authorities in Yunnan province have ordered the execution or all persons) Unas, driver of the bus. over 60 who are unable to put in a day's work. j Construction man Oscar P The Roman Catholic diocesan newspaper Sunday San Antonio, Tex. incr attributed the report to Dr. Thomas Dooley who runs a; -Teleman-radioman IC.Rus clinic in Muong Sing. Dooley, a former U. S. Navy doctor, G, Specking, St. Louis in recent years achieved a reputation in southeast Asia Mo along'the lines of Dr. Gordon Seagraves, the "Burma; sonarman Romouald J Surgeon." THE EXAMINER quoled Dooley as saying that "a Red edict ordering the execution of all feeble persons over 60 is responsible for the arrival of a stream of refugees coming across the border." The Communist commissar of Mengwha in Com- munist China's Yunnan province has ordered the execution of all feeble men and women over BO who can not take I Potter. Panama, Iowa. Engineman 3C IsaacD. Val dez, San Francisco. Submarine sonarman Dan nic J. Nicholson, East Fla Rock, Iowa. part In- the work program of the local Dooley was quoted as saying. Red Oicy was oj> "As ft result, he (Dooley) noted, large numbers of the doomed people are sneaking across the border and are be- inc cared for at the (Munong Sing) clinic with the help of I wo medical assistants, Earl Rhine and Dwighl Davis of Austin, Tex." the Examiner said. Construction man Oscar Myers, Clear Lake, Iowa. The accident occurred aboi one-half mile from the Lilt Sur bridge as the bus was c route from the U. S. nav facility at Point Sur to Mo lerey on a routine liber trip. said il was not known what caused the wicck bul thai an invcsligation would continue. V f THE TRAIN, southbound to I.Chicago from the twin cilies lof Minneapolis- and St. Paul and carrying 205) passengers 'was rounding a bend at an speed of 50 miles when the cars leaped from Ihcl rails about 50 miles east of; St. Paul. i Engineer B. D. Hcrou of Minneapolis said he fell mi i cnrfplhirtff "dick" HlSt bcfOTC Telegram Social Securily Lucky Numbers Contest is: Wrile or print your name, address and Social Security derailment. Contest Is Easiest Into The father, James Kenneth 'McBelh, 17. shot bolh chil- a drcn through the temple, ac- cording to the coroner, Dr. A. mon Communist groups in Kerala. A. Grubcr. The coroner said President Kajendra PrasadlMcBelh lefl a note to his wife. sinned the proclamation re- Nellie Ann, saying Ihcy were movine E M S. Nambudripad, not getting 'along well, and he JMUVIH5 l" _____ u. Kocl tn IflkP the Kerala's Communist minister. chiefllhoughl it best to lake the 'children with him in death. You don't have to buy anything nythiog or figure out a puzzle ingle. or complete or even write a All you have to do to enler The independent Press- Storm Snaps Poles, Sets Mojave Fire Nurs Numbers, -li is lucky that il was a' I ANCASTER thunder-and-lightninp storm cut a slow he said. "H iwalh through the Mojave Desert Thursday night. I CM! WPTft snaODCQ HKO ESS pendem businss office. _ BEGINNING NEXT Aug. 3, The I, P-T will publish 1) Social Security numbers every day except Saturday and Sunday. The first number drawn on each of the five days will be worth cash to the owner: the next two numbers, each; the next three numbers, Sis each; the next five numbers, each. A tola! of in cash will be awarded. If your Social Security number appears, bring your Social Security card and personal identification to the business office of The Independent, Press-Telegram and ee! your prize. Prizes must bc claimed wilhin two days of publi- Mlinn, unless numbers appear on Friday in which case prizes must bc claimed by 5 p.m. the following Monday 'he Inde-ibump I applied the brakes {clcphone poles in and wmftc jolL groun row were broken 4 to 10 fee, the One burned 50 ABOUT 50 passengers werc'acrcs before county firemen contained it. ADUU1 OT'" P. rprmrtcd secinc lunching m Ihe dining car when the train derailed. William H. Pa tier son, Minneapolis, a waller, said "people, disr.es and every- thing else but the fastened "Lancaster residents reported seeing twisters spinning across the desert. EVERETT MORRIS of McFarland drove his hay truck and trailer into the mass of falling wires on Avenue 1. The wreckage tore the load of hay from his ting ese u Avenue i. me wiumojiB tables went flying" when but Morris escaped unhurt ,fl_-i..p.i car bounced along the right- Radio 'Station KUTY, Pa mdale, received of-way. coming to rest at a from ,he Federal Communications Comm, snor nset, to b 45-degree angle. from ,he eera om on the air after normal closmg at sunset, to broadcast civil the track. nighl to restore telephone power service to affected areas.   

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