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Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - September 9, 1959, Long Beach, California Fired, Intact CAPSULE AJOP AJLAS RUSS ASK WEST TO LET INDIA, CHINA END ROW Say Nations Can Settle Own Dispute Appeal Follows Chou Ofter to Discuss Border Finest Evening Newspaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 9, 1959 Vol. No. 183 PRICE 10 CENTS TELEPHONE HE 5-1161 60 PAGES CLASSIFIED HE 2-6U53 HOME EDITION [Six EdHlons Experimental model 'of the 'type, capsule that will .carry trie first American into space rests atop an Atlas missile. Today the capsule without, a man in was rocketed high over .the Atlantic in a test flight that promised some Success, despite, a. mechanical failure that cut the flight short of its planned height and distance. was quickly (AP Wirephoto.) Of ctes Bj> MORR1E LANDSBERG SACRAMENTO UP> Gov. Brown today unveiled the rough draft of a controversial plan to sweep out more than a dozen state offices and cre- ate some new ones as part ol a streamlining of the state government. The chief features call for Creation of eight super- agencies which would oversee most of the state's opera tidns. Abolition of offices which boards include the elected secretary of state treasurer and Board of Equal ization.. The preliminary report issued in advance of a two day meeting of state offi cials at Davis Thursday anc Friday to'discuss the sweep ing -overhaul. Brown invited "frank an< full criticism." THE GOVERNOR empha sized that the plan, drafte by a special committee h named, was intended as starting point; that it's sub ject to revision by the com mittee before Us final repor comes out. that final h said "will be only preliminar to my decisions on a reorgan zation plan to submit to th Legislature." eight proposed admin strators, together with th lieutenant governor, superin tendent of public instructioi attorney, general, contrblle and University of, Californ president, would form tr governor's cabinet THE PRESENT Governor's (Continued Page A-5, Col. 1) CAPE -CANAVERAL, .Fla. space capsule like the tie a.Mercury Astronaut will de in orbitjwas blasted hun- reds of niifes out across the tlantlc, '.today and quickly ecqv.ered intact.... Space ex- erts said" maitvresearch ob- e'ctiyes 'were jrnet despite, a mechanical mishap that short- hed the flight. The bottle-shaped steel riamber was hoisted aloft rom this missile test jcenter t a.m. b'y.ii ocket, the vehicle chosen for ic first mannedi flights. In- tead of a man, however, arried only.Instruments. on; the aunching itself but when the 'stage mt i after 2 minutes and 4( ecdnds it failed to disengage ndvfall.away as planned. THE RESULTING drag cu he flight short of' the 100 miles altitude and distance planned, but .tele metry signals came back fo 2 of the expected 20s min utes, indicating that much o he planned range had'beei ichieved! Then signals' were hear 'rom. the .-chamber -itself a'float .on the water ...severe mndred miles north of "Bar bados, and 'the chambet wa quickly located by plane. The USS Strong of th Navy flotilla patrolling, th route specf to an n Washington1 the Nationa Aeronautics and Space A experimental research vehicle but an operational, combat ready Numbers' Elevein more readers of The Press-Telegram areeligible 'to win cash awards in the Lucky Social Security Numbers Con- test today. ;v In there ..are five big bonusesfof each, mak ing the total of' today's awards if you haven't already mailed a postcard to The In dependent, Press-Telegram listing your name, address anc Social then do so at once In order (o qual ify for further daily drawings Here are the winning num bers for the bonuse (deadline. 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The. same shifting winds at turned the fire into town clped minimize damage by ofting the blazes into tree ops and producing a scat- ered pattern of fires. Businesses hit by the blaze ncluded two pole-treating lants, a lumber yard.and a the sheriff's office said Jorden estimated (he blaze urned over acres anc orced evacuation of more nan persons in the rea. THE FLANK of the fire vas halted three-fourths of 8 mile from nearby Lead, home famous Homestead golc mine. Deadwood's residents were evacuated but some (Continued Page A-5, Col. 6) Report Couple Slain in Desert Identified SAN BERNARDINO detectives said iday they believe they have identified the young oman and man found shot_to death'in'a, desert my's- iry hut they are not prepared yet to give put .their nines. "We think we. know, who ey a deputy told re- orters. "TheyYe both from he Los Angeles area, but. 1 m not able'to give you their ames at this time." Teams of detoctives icckcd motels, hotels, cafes nd liquor stores seeking two WHERE TO FIND IT Nikila Khrushchev was man who couldn't afford th luxury of friends during hi rise in the Communist heir archy. See Pages A-IO, 11. B-I. Hal B-I5. B-15. C-9 to 15 C-6, 7, A-8. B-2. B-14. B-3, Shipping C-9. Sportf-HPagei C-l to 4. C-8. Tides, TV. Radio--Page C-16. Vital C-9. B-15. B-4, 5, 5, 7 Your A-2. en with whom the victims last seen alive. The canvass is being made n Adelnnto, Viclorvllle .and pple Valley. The couple, both shot, were ound Tuesday 400 ynrds est of U.S. Highway bout seven miles north of delanto and 40 miles north f San Bernardino. THE MAN'S wallet and the woman's purse were missing. Adelanto grocer Carl Gut- cnecht told officers, after lowing the bodies, that the man and woman were in his tore Monday morning. He aid they were accompanied two sunburned, rough- ooking men. Gulkenecht said the woman >aid for half a dozen bottles of soft drinks, seemed nerv- ous and winked at him as she left. He said he thought he was trying to tell him something but was afraid. THE FOUR left in a blue and white Nash Rambler sta- ion wagon with a luggage carrier on top, the grocer said. Sheriff Frank Bland said it (Continued Page A-5, Col. 5) Fire-Fighting Plane Crashes and Burns SACRAMENTO An airplane heading out to fighi i. mountain forest fire crashed and burned near Sacramento Foil Bpirtb Pirni Poly High 'An apparent plan to bomb Poly High School with "Molo- tov cocktails" was thwarted Tuesday night by a special patrolman. The remnants ot two fire jombs wine )ottles 'with rag urncd over to police by, John D. Lee, a special officer employed by -the Board of Education. LEE SPOTTED about 8 or 10 men in the school area at p.m. They were drink- ng wine. They saw Lee and fled, climbing a fence on tha north side, of the school and running between shop build- ings. In the process, they dropped their wine bottles, in- cluding the two Molotqv cocktails. A motorcycle link chain, clamped to make it a weapon, vas also found. Lee said the men appeared. ;o be older than Market Declines on Selling Wave burst of selling in mid-afternoon sent a' weak stock market reeling today. The tape ran behind floor transactions as selling expanded. Losses ranged -from a few cents to about in. pivotal issues. All sections were hit Municipal Airport today. The pilot, Robert Patterson, walked away with only minor Injuries. by the decline. At 2 p.m, the Dow Jones In- dustrial stock average was'off 8.61 at 634.08.
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