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Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - August 1, 1959, Long Beach, California Boiling Up to to- Rest of LA. Area Smog Cohdittoni A' heat wave continued to grip ".'Southern California A.high temperature pf 95 wast-'pVedicted for downtown LohgTBeacii. touched 96 Friday for the hottest July 31 here .'ih history, i Angeles' also experi- enced-its hottest .July 31_with a higji; of 97 degrees. tive humidity was measured at 49 per cent there, in hottejf part of the day. BECAUSE of inver- sion and weak light to moderate smog was predicted over 'all but the 'coastal areas of the l.os Angeles Basin, Friday was the climax to the hottest July .ion record-in lip s .Angeles. The average tempe'rature'.f or thi month" was 88.2 degree's, two degrees higher than the: pre- vious record set in July 1931. .Southland hot spots Friday included 105 at 104 at Canoga Park, 103 at San Bernardino, 102 at Woodland Chatsworth and River- side. Palm Springs was the hottest place in the state with a high of ill degrees. V BIG BEACH CROWDS were.expected today and Sun- day." Normal time'of year range'from the mid'-70s along the coast to rcher for L. B Newspaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., SATURDAY, AUGUST PAGES PRICE 10 CENTS TELEPHONE HE5-nsi HOME EDITION (Six Editions Vol. No. 155 CLASSIFIED HJB 2-5959 NIXON WARNS T IN RUSS TV TALK ROYAL FOOTWORK AT HARNESS RACES Britain's Queen Elizabeth II does a little fancy footwork herself as she visits Canadian harness racing track at Charlpttetowh; Prince Edward Island. Long- range camera catches the change of facial expression and.royal toe-twisting, Queen held own umbrella to ward off Wirephoto) readings for this meen Picks Vanier U. S. Sounds Out Allies the mid-80s in geles area. the Los Ah- Thundershowers struck the mountain ahd desert areas Friday. Lightning touched off a score of fires in the Angeles, San Bernardino National Forests. "The thun- derstorms were to continue today. Friday's showers brought .18 of an inch of rain to Lake Arrowhead and .06 to Big Bear Lake. Guard, Flee From Prison HOWARD, R. I. tough criminals and a violent mental patient today scaled the wall, at State :Prison forced a guard to drive them to Providence and then escaped in a waiting auto. Authorities identified the prisoners as Gennaro D'Ami co, 38, serving 20 years for attempting to kill a police- man, and Edward J, Andrews, 28, serving lite for the rape- killing of an 88-year-old schoolteacher. The third escapee was ified as' Robert Hashberger, 19; who, had .been, transferred he state mental institution >ecause of tendencies toward violence. THE TRIO captured guard as Canada Governor OH Bid to K Both in Steel Strike Hit WASHINGTON tary of .Labor James P. Mitchell accused HALIFAX, N. S. Elizabeth II an- nounced today that Maj. Gen. George Philias Vanier of Montreal will governor general of Canada this fall. He will succeed Vincent Massey who is retir- ing after serving in the post years. H was one of the final acts of the-Queen's 45-day visit to Canada. Her busy last day included a meeting with the federal cabinet, a state din- ner and presentation of new colors to the Canadian Navy. The announcement of Gen. Vanier's appointment was made on the steps of historic old government house here, where the federal cabinet was n session. Invitation to Visit Ike Expected in Next Few Days Town Asks Evacuation From Fire ST. JOHN'S, Nfld. UP1 Boats to evacuate the people of Baie Verte, a lum- bering community threatenec by-forest fires, were request- ed today by Mayor'Bill Eaton Premier Joseph Smallwood said the mayor reported the town was cut off 'on three sides and in danger of de- struction by fires .which start- ed Friday. He aso asked for medical aid. He did not say how. close the flames were. and labor today of failing to serious effort to d "steel make ard the Roger Remillard, 23, at point of a screwdriver after :hey leaped from the 20-foot The guard said the desperaf does rode around Providence; made contact with an accom- (Continued Page A-3, Col. 8) any the strike.' 'f- serving as Presi-' dent, Eisenhower's fact-finder in the dispute, said that "both parties have done very little to measure up to their own responsibilties to the Ameri- can people arid to the thous- ands of who are affected 'by the strike. 'THEY HAVE niade no serious, conscientious, contin- uous effort to reach an agree- Rcport Engagement of Swedish Princess STOCKHOLM OB The newspaper Expressen said to- day a royal romance will soon result in engagement between Swedish Princess and .Greek Crown Prince Konstantin, '19. Mitchell added in a statement. He said that both the 'steel companies and the United Steelworkers Union have re- sisted efforts of the Federa Weather- Variable clouds buj mostly sunny and con- tinued hot today and Sunday. Predicted high today: 95. WHERE TO FIND IT A-4, 5. B-2 to A-4. tieath B-2. Shipping A-t. A-7, 8, A'-2. .-TMct, TV, B-10. Mediation Service to and hold Conciliation more face to-face meetings, adding: is no way to bargain They cannot reach agreement unless they talk to each other." Story of situation will be found on Page B-1P. A S H O R T TI MJE' later; 'rime. Minister John Diefeh- iaker emerged from Govern- nent House wearing a broad smile. Hi said the new gov- ernor general will assume of- 'ice Sept. 15. Diefenbaker said there is no particular significance in he fact that a .French-Cana- dian was chosen to succeed vlassey. "In no way does this es- :ablish the principle of alter- nation or he said, adding that the reason Gen. GENEVA States has sounded lied governments to their action to a possible tipn from President hower to Soviet Premier Ni- kita Khrushchev to visit the United States, top western diplomats reported today. These jnformants said the feasibility of a western sum- mit meeting in advance of the prospective Eisenhower- Khrushchev talk has been dis- cussed. .THIS DEVELOPMENT was announced as the Big Four foreign ministers conference neared the windup with ne- gotiations on the Berlin crisis stalled arid hope for East- West agreement virtually abandoned. In diplomatic quarters here the impression prevailed to- day that an invitation from Eisenhower, to Khrushchev Vanier.was chosen was that would be announced within Boy Tells of Fight for Life in Canyon GRAND CANYON, Ariz. teenage Georgia boy, hungry, blistered by the sun, scratched and cut by boulders, today told in a soft, southern accent the story of his. six-day fight for life in the wilds of the Grand ie is a "most outstandingly well-fitted man, both from the standpoint of experience and The visit, which began June 18 and took Elizabeth and Prince .Philip to 125 Canadian communities and to Chicago, ends tonight when the cou- ple flies back to London. Despite the length of the tour, its heavy schedules and the Queen's illness while in the Yukon, she was in ap- parent good health as the trip drew to a close. the next few days. British Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd is reported to have told Secretary of State Christian A. Herter the British government would welcome an Eisenhower Khrushchev talk and felt it c o u 1 d be LUCKY NUMBERS Some P-T Readers WtH Win Monday Check your Press-Telegram careTulfy Monday. The first of a continuing .list of winning Social Se- curity numberswill be priwtal in The Independent, Press- Telegram 'Lucky Numbers Game. Beginning Monday, The Independent and The Press- Telegram will publish II Social Security'numbers every day except Saturday and Sunday. The first number drawn on each of the five days will be worth to the owner; the" next two numbers drawn, each; the next three numbers, each; the next five numbers, each. The contest will continue until is given away. ALL YOU NEED. DO to enter the contest is print or write.your name, address and Social Security number on a jnbsf'card, and mail it to Social Security Numbers, Inde- pendent, Press-Telegram, '604 Long Beach, 12. Don't send your Social Security number on anything but a post card, and send it in only one time. It win remain in the drawing unless it wins, m which case it will be with- drawn from future your'Social Security number appears in the paper, bring your Social Security card and personal identifica- 'tton.-to The. Independent, Press-Tel eg ram business office ind'jcltim your award. Prizes must be claimed by 3 p ,m. two .days after publication, or if your number appears on Friday, by 3 p. m. the follwflring Monday. PHONES PARENTS AFTEijl CANYON RESCUE John pWens III Tells of Six-Day Ordeal PRAYED EVERY MINUTE' Tells Soviet Not to Try to Extend Sway Vice President's Farewell Speech on Radib, television MOSCOW (AP) President Nixon warned Sov- iet Premier Nikita Khrush- chev today of an "era of fear, suspicion and tension" if Rus- sia'tries to communize for- eign countries. In a farewell speech jroadcast by radio and tele- vision, Nixon called for a 'just peace based on mutual respect rather than the peace of surrender or dictation by either side." Nixon, spoke out in blunt terms in summing up the re- sults of his nine days of good will talks and travel inside Russia. "Putting it bluntly, both of our people want peace but of us also possess great ,THE WEST GERMAN gov ernment of Chancellor Konrad Adenauer is' also reported to lave raised no objection bul rather to have taken the view that a meeting could be use- ful. .-Adenauer, it is underr stood, is one of those who would like to see a western summit meeting. If a western chiefs of state gathering is arranged, the thinking in diplomatic quar- is that it might be as early as the end of August with the Khrushchev visit to Washington to follow, possi- bly in September. Herter's office'maintained silence on Khrushchev specu- lation today. All inquiries were referred to the White House. Head-on Collision Kills Five BECK LEY, W. Va. UP) Five persons were killed early today in a head-on collision of two cars'on the West Vir- ginia Turnpike, about 15 miles north of here. Five others were hospitalized. State Police Lt, R. G. Coen said the accident happened a! Milepost 53 near the Mossy interchange. Involved in the wreck were six soldiers from Fort Bragg N.C. in one car and four per sons from Troy, Ohio, in th< other. Coen said two of the soldiers were killed and four injured, three critically. Three anyon. John Manson Owens, 15, of Savannah, was found Friday ying on a sandbar along the Colorado River. His two com- panions on a hiking trip into he awesome gorge had per- shed. He was brought by an Army helicopter from the depths of the canyon to a hos- pital on the gorge's rim. FROM HIS hospital bed and jetween sips of orange juice, he related an amazing story of courage, death. He told determination and how the Rev. Eugene A. Gavigan, 30, and Walter J. Mahany Jr., 16, both of Savannah, lost in their bids for survival. He told how he won. This is his story: "We left Friday (July The padre (Father Gavigan) said 15 years ago when he was a little boy, he found a occupants in the Ohio car were killed and one was in: jured. The Mutual Broadcast- ing network planned to re- broadcast Vice President Nixon's speech at p.m. today, Long Beach time. The Columbia, and National networks broadcast the speech earlier today at the time Nixon spoke. The American Broadcasting Co. reported it was hp.ving trouble getting permission for either live transmission or recording, but will broad-, cast the Nixon speech if either becomes available.- strength and much as we want peace, neither of us can or will tolerate being pushed Nixon said. HE HINTED ;he favored inviting Khrushchev to visit the United States but'-stppped short of saying he would rec- ommend this to President Eisenhower when he returns to Washington. V- Nixon noted that First Depr uty Premiers Anastas I. Mi- koyan and Frol R. Kozlov have visited the United States and he added significantly: "We should explore ways of increasing contacts of this type." Nixon pledged that the talked him into taking us. We (Continued Page A-3, Col. I) silver mine down the trail. We United States would strive unceasingly for peace even (Continued Page A-3, Col. 2) HINTS HE'D FLY IN AMERICAN JET f yes U. S. Trip 'in Good rime' BROWNK OCTS THf "It will hurt me more than it will hurt Jackife Clevenger, 8; of. his dog, Brownie, From the, expression on -Jackie's face- rit would seem he gave his pet the correct dope. (AP-Photo) MOSCOW Pre- mier Nikita S. Khrushchev inspected an' American jet airliner today and said he would like to fly to the United States in "this one or some other one." The Soviet''.leader said he would like .to make' such a trip "when the'timevis in good time." Khrushchev 'made these comments to American men as.he.inspected two jel airliners at Moscow. One of them was the plush Boeinj 707 which brought Vice Prcs.i n the Ukraine, made a sur- Drise return to the capital ap- wrently for a further meet- ng with Nixon Vice President Warsaw Sunday. before leaves the for a gay atmosphere. Khrush- chev proposed this toast: "To the aircraft designers of America and all the scien- tists who build these wonder- ful planes skillful in THE SOVIET.premier was Moscow." in'a jovial mood as U.S. Am- bassador Llewellyn Thompson added the Sovietj.mil it ary ver- (ioit of could make a nonstop round trip'- between Moscow 'and New. York. American jazz music was piped through the cabin ol dent Richard M. Nixon to Moscow. Khrushchev, who has been one'of the airliners to create tary plane. and the pilots bringing them to Holding American aloft a whisky, glass of he also showed him through the two toasted the U.S. government; airliners; He pronounced the President Eisenhower, Nixton Jets "very good." But he and Thompson. THOMPSON answered the two .toasts by rioting that the U.S. Air Force jet airliner Khrushchev was inspecting was a conversion of a'inili "I'd like io.propose a" toast o the time when all military. are converted to civil- an Thompson said. "Very Khrushche? replied. Khrushchev, sun-tanned and. was dressed in light tan summer suit. He'.wore it' cream sports shirt which no collar. It was embroidered, on the front.'He panied by several 'aids, 'f Sis 'son and daughter. premier 'spent, slightly hour 'in the 'White than an through plaiir. well as (Continued A-8, Cbt':
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