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   Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - September 26, 1959, Long Beach, California                             DODGERS TRY FOR CLINCHER New York Gang Chief, Ex-Beauty Queen Slain hood. MARRIED BEAUTY QUEEN Janice Drake, who, as Janice Hanson was Miss New Jersey in the 1944 Miss America contest, was shot to death in New York Friday night with underworld figure Anthony Carfano. Mrs. Drake, wife of comedian Allan Drake, is shown while competing for Miss America title. Wirephoto) 10 Airmen on Raft 12 Hrs., Saved SEATTLE (fft Ten wet and weary Navy airmen were plucked unharmed from the lossing Pacific Ocean early today, nearly 12 hours afterj they had ditched their iwin- engincd patrol plane. A massive rescue operation went like clockwork, despite foul weather, darkness, fog and the fliers' miles off the mouth of (he Columbia River. The 10. crammed Into a' HOME The FineH tuning Newspaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1959 22 PAGES PRICE 10 CENTS TELEPHONE HE 5-1 161 Vol.LXXII-No.203 EDITION (Six Editions Daily) IKE, K AIR GERMAN ROW IN FRANK TALKS Disarmament Also Topic at David Camp Report Leaders 'Lay It on Line' in Intensive Debate GETTYSBURG, Pa. President Eisenhower and Pre- mier Nikita S. Khrushchev today had'a "frank, intensive, exploratory discussion" of the Berlin dispute and problems of Germany. They also dis- cussed disarmament. White House Press Secre- tary James C. Hagerty de- scribed Uie lone of the meet- ing as good. Eisenhower and his Soviet visitor also spent more than two hours alone with an in NEW YORK jn private conversa- world kingpin Anthony .lion, presumably covering a (l.iltle Augie Pisano) Car-jlnrge number of topics noi fnno, 62. and a m knnwn to 'Ihclr advisers, beauty queen were shut to- death Friday night in a flashy THEIR TALKS arc sched- black Cadillac in a quicllyjuicd lo range over a wiclni substantial Quoins neighbor-'range of critical Cold War ANTHONY CARFANO Caponc Henchman Tibet Cose issues during a weekend con-1 Carfano, pudgy prnhinilinn ference at Camp David, Md., Eisenhower's Catoctin lain hideaway. In the course of the private: talks the two leaders left the sun room of Aspen Lodge, visited the bowling alley in the camp recreation center pair of well-outfitted rubberj I liferafts, were pulled to QQ ly aboard the Coast Guard! cutter Yoconn from Astoria, Ore. The freighter Olympic Pioneer had reached the scenel only moments before and stood by as the men were hauled from the sea a.m. U. N. Fears era henchman 01 Al Capone and long-time buddy of Frank Coslello, and Mrs. Janice Drake, 32, who was married lo comedian Allan Drake, were shot from the rear seat of Ihe gangster's swanky car. In as Janice Hanscn, and walked about the grounds she won a Palisades for about a mile and a half, beauty contest. She was'Missj Khrushchev had asked to New Jersey of 19-M and a bowling alley. He and candidate for Miss walched while a I Navy man, Yeoman 2C John THE AUTO. Fcnnimorc, Wis., moving at (he time, a top-notch 218-point (onto a curb in the JacksonIgame. Halferty's scorecard JHcighls section of s'8ncd bV Eisenhower a Guardia Airpoil. Neighbors (old police they, saw two men flee from the! half mile from Laiand Khrushchev who congrat- iulated him. car after they heard shots. No .weapon was found. Carfano 'was shot twice in the back UNITED NATIONS the head and once in his WHAT PARTICULARLY caught Khrushchev's interest, however, was not so much the display of high skill in a (Continued Page A-2, Col. 6) HOVERING above were four Navy and Coast Guard a.m. today. Scismologisi n r. Don Tocher said the earthquake; drive for a full-scale debate left check. Mrs. Drake, the on Tibet stirred concern in'mother of a 13-year-old hoy, 81'the United Nations today 'hnHn'thc back _ ot her neck and in the right East-West tensions will be temple. tightened up again. j Carfano. short and pot-hcl- Diplomats also feared theiljed, wore a dark blue silk _ f It .move will dredge up His pockets were stuffed PfljrjM pQll planes, their powerful search-, ,wilh moncy. 7 lights cutting through a heavy, I FRANCISCO W food om ,al wave arising, overcast onto .bed, ama MRS. DRAKE, who was c, of [hc "f and industries Iron, also lh.1t ,f (Ilc .nak, had Accounting Chief Dies in MRS. K AND HOSTESS Mrs. Richard Nixon -and giicsi, Mrs. Nikiin Khrushchev, pnsc with nrms around each other aficr luncheon in Wnshingion, Friday. (AP) i Ceylonese Mrs. K Visits First Chief Dies U. S. Suburb Home of Bullets By FRANCES LKWINE I WASHINGTON came mil In look, !children and dogs jammed the yard today as Mrs. COLOMBO. Ceylon Njnn Khrushchev visited Ihe first suliurban home she Prime Minister Soli m o n has sccn in America. Candaranaikc died today! was of an officer of Ihe Stnlc Department's Soviet apparently victim of (he affairs division who has been on Ihe Khrushchev trip, struggle between c a s i f i home is situated in Chew Chase. Win to Mean at Least Tie for Pennant Podres Starts For L.A. in Key Game With Cubs CHICAGO Los Angeles Dodgers, aiming for at least a share of the Na- jlional League pennant, sent 'southpaw Johnny Podres against the Chicago Cubs to- day. A victory would assure the Dodgers of a tie for the flag. A Los Angeles triumph and another Milwaukee loss to Philadelphia would end the hectic race with the Dodgers on top. Podres (I4-S) has a 2-0 rec- ord against the Cubs this sea- son and a 7-1 lifetime mark (ipainst Chicago. Righthander Dave Hillman (7-11) was the Cub pitching choice. NEITHER TEAM was able to take infield or batting practice. The field was cov- ered because of an early- inirnint! rain which ended about two hours before game- ime. A brisk wind was blowing nit of the southeast and there vas a serious threat of more rain before the end of the aft- ernoon. A crowd of about was scattered in the stands: Warren Giles, president of the Nalionnl League, an- uninccd that in case of 'a postponement in the game a douhlohcader will he played Sunday beginning at 12 noon, COT. a.m. The gnme, play by play, fol- lows: rust INNINO ANGrLI S-T. Taylor threw Out GlHiflm. Nr-flt loitlfd In Nrrman. Moon Dioiinrt'rt In Scttult imaMlllcd. No no hilt, (in ciron, none OlirAr.O-l. Tuvlor tingled lo rloht. AIINIAII iwpprd 10 Wllli. T. Ttvlor WJift iiul nr-miiio, KotetHno 10 jlrua nil, No runi, one nil, no trrors, none IfM. SFCOND INNINO LOS ANGrLCS-snltNr ilnoled lo ItH, l.A'kri IwuiKflel Into fl drubte play, T. 1 Aylni lo nopks to Schull. HodOtl wai oiil orf Mrivn. No rum. one hit, lined lo Lnrl.tr. Tliom- iipolfd lo Irll center. Schull tingled tn crnlrt. trndlna Thnrmnn lo third. Oarl. nif.vr Mt tuih ho'ne run nl Ihe teflton into Itip Iplt Held lefltt. scorlno behind C-HliAtu Hlllmnn ttnick nul. Three runt, three tills, no errors, none letl. THIRD INNING LOS walked. WIIK hit Into a double plav, Rankt to T. Tay- lor lo Schult. Podiei fouled lo Schull. No runt, nn hilt, nn errftn. none letl. CMICAGO-The Dodoerj twitched Moon tn lell and Larker lo right. T. Taylor itrlbet. Atlman itruck and western ways which swept him into power years ago. The frail-looking. fiO-year- old ohampion o! Asian neu-1 tralism succumbed almost on Ihc eve of a visit to the Unit- ed States, which only a few. months ago he lermed Asia's best friend, Wijayananda Dahanayake. a 57-year-old politician Irom liandaranaike's cabinet, was UC Reports Heavy Quake off Oregon sworn in as Ihe new prime minister. Dahanayake in the past has ranged the politicial spectrum from revolutionary red to conservative blue. HIS MOST RECENT ex- ploit was lo force the resig- nation of Marxist ministers Y somewhere T h i s suhurhnn Mnryland community, jusi n it t s i d c Washinplon, quickly was cniiphi up nn air of ox- cilomoni. Shr won! there nflcr visitinp a dry-clraninp plan! in Silver Sprinp, an- Maryland suhurh of oul. droopfd n iinolc In Ireni el Moon wn% hit nn Ihe rtpht ICQ. Thnmtnn 'n rlohl. trnrtno WHllii lend i no Bftnki !o third. Churn re- plrtCfrt Schult ilno'ed on Churn's lint pilch, icnrlno nnnVt, thomion itoo- plno fll scronrt. wfllkrd. Illllro wftlKed, torclno m Thonv ion, nnrt thf filled. Ln> hinr now oilrrtina ,nr Ihr DtvlOfrt HMI- mnn ilnglrd down fht right lldd lint, tcoMno Sttiull DftfV. It nnri third RRI'n nF tht veir. T. 1 flvlni sinoipd tr> If ft renter, icorlno titfmnn And trnding HIHmon to third Altn.rin ihrd tn runi, MM. no prrorj, two KM. earthquake the Oregon coast on the University of Califor- Nikita Voice Will Go to Russ 3 Hrs. WASHINGTON Rus- sians can tune in on a three- W'1S PErhBPs llle f'rstjhour hroadcasl Sunday fea- premier. N.kita S. off! The visit (o the Armitage "'typical American living fnrjK'mlsnchcv- nia seismograph licic at Khrushchev and her] Al P-m- Ihc Voicc of daughter, Julia, who revealed America will broadcast "live" home designer. the premier's hour long Washington news conference. Between 5 and 6 p.m. the was quite strong. He couldl T F Y OBVIOUSLY en- not estimate how far off Ihc jnyM) nvrr sjx.j Voice will have a program of coasl the temblor hit Tocher discounted chances HP 'room two-bath white hrickincws and features about Khrushchev's American visit. At 7 The votc folding below. onyafewday The cutter radioed Coast Guard headquarters here that the airmen, three officers- and seven enlisted men, in good condition but f .ing the Red China issue for an-! other year Ireland 'and Malaya dis- closed Friday that tney Man With murdc; State Division of Accounting years ago, worea smart at plunged from :blue cocktail dress and a mink. a swank pcnth0use apart stolc' Po'icc said WCrCTnent on Telegraph Hill dur- jnR g gay djnncr pally Friday to call for a resolution charg- from exposure and cxhaus- inR chjna tinn. None was injured jn tihct and Ihe ditching or during "respect for funda- Is the two had been seen earlier al a hotel near tricky transfer from the human rights" for the nighl. Guardia. Clousc. S.1, died two hours! Police said two weapons QC-'were ii.sed-.32 and .38-caliber Ronald links wilh Ccy'on' imnH n n t n AMR. the cabinet. British-educated Bandatan- aike failed to survive a five- hour operation to remove three bullets which pif.rced his liver, spleen and aim. Gov. Gen. Sir Oliver Goone- tilieke, one of Britain's last rafts to the cutter. The Yocona was Astoria later today. Clouse plunged 70 feet n.h pockets bulged with (he fjflh.floor penthouse in 50 and 100-dollar hills andlof Mr am) Mrs in smaller bills. He was om his auto li- nmg. proclaimcd a state of emer- gency on the island until the uncertain political situation is clarified. On his deathbed, the milri- 'Tibelans. due at ONE DELEGATE ilhat as soon as the icqucsl to, RESCUE OPERATIONSiput the Tibetan issue on the moved into full speed as hits the 21-nation ofessed as the P5M patrol plane rad-istcering committee demands (Continued Page A-2. Col. 3) "All guests appeared to c--co ioed an SOS that one of arise that Red China he been imbibing heavily during: (Continued Page A-2, Col. 8) two engines was afire. here to giv? her side ciKjn IT cvpn'nP- traft, a Marlin. was on a rou- of the case. iw rilNU 11 inspectors Joseph tine coastal patrol from Whid-i The United SLUGS and A-1, S. B-4 to 11 i TAYI OR'S WRITTEN re- prime minister for- Drakc. who lived at of' ,hj jncidepl his accused assassin-a hey Island, Wash., Naval Air other Western nations prc Slatirin- isumably would oppose anyi The plane steadily lost alti- move to invite Peiping as they! tude as its pilot, I.t. Jamesjhave done when the Korean' B. Henson. 27. of debated here. Ark., fought make it to finally sent word he had to desperately to land. Henson The move to bring in Tibet; came after an appeal for I'M- helf from the Dalai Lama.- dtlch. radioed his position and I self-exiled niler of the 'he crsft slapped down. I la van kinsdom. B-2. B-12. Death B-S. B-3. Snipping B-4. A-7. 8, 9. A-K. Tides. B-12. Curtin and George Asdruhalr and a coroner's representative today! visited the penthouse in the produce district, a short tance from the waterfront. "We have an open mind on the case and are asking ques- tions." Curtin told newsmen.' douse was a dinner guest iof Htnning and his Weather- Low clouds lale to- night and early Sunday, hut mostly sunny Sun- day. Little change in temperature. Maximum p. m. Khrushchev "live" again, with was jn to OO 'brarkol' It has a rnmps struck'anywhere noa, land it Arm'it'apclhis nationwide speech on U.S. was strong enough to have-. j television. caused damage in the immeT nrmvn.hnil-cd. diate area. He added: "If it had occurred near an inhabited area you would have hoard nf it tall, attrac live Mrs. Patricia The special program will be on a do7cn frequencies beamed to Ihe Soviet Union. tor. had hv .husband h; TOCHF.R SAID he estimat an idea from that he might (o show Mrs. Khiiishchcv small she said 'Russian jamming transmitters have been letting Khrushchev .speeches through to the So- Union during his visit. She wanted to visit. cd the general location of thcj ........lfi temblor on the basis of "charactcrists" it made on his So far, she has been enter- .taincd in a sumptuous seismograph He -said the! (Continued Page A-2. Col. 1) quake hit 625 miles from! here. Ike Going to Church, K's Plans Not Known CAMP DAVID, Md. (UPI) President Eisenhower is going to church Sunday morning. A reporter asked Press Secre- tary James C. Hagcrty if So- ivict Premier Nikita Khrush- Two Youths Rob Teacher in Class Trapped 17 Hrs. in Fence, Saved MEADVILLE, Pa. Howard Stcelsmith, 75-year- old retired farm worker, was rescued Friday after hanging upside down on a wire mesh NEW YORK Betty Koffer was conducting! 17 hmlrs- her fourtb-grad.e class Friday; Steclsmith was conscious when two older hoys walked in. "What is it you she asked them. hut unable to speak when found near his home in Craw- ford County. Ke was listed in fair condition at a hospital One youth said, "I don't dig] here. thev. would accompany him.iyou. lady." and pulled out ai The elderly man aplparently Magerty replied he knewiknife. As Mrs. Koffer and to climb over the fenco presjdcn( was butJ28 pupils screamed, the other F.stciic. temperature by noon to- jnp didn't know what Khrush-iboy bandit grabbed her purse j day: 74. intended to do. containing W3 and botV fled, fell backward. Lite Thursday afternoon. His foot became entangled and   

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