William Kiker - Navy
with Aircraft. e w , a d . A l own and YorS on St. 2 into WILLIAM KIKER Smoke Victim Sliip Fire Survivors Recovering A civilian machinist felled jy smoke and fumes from 'ire aboard a U.S. destroyer 50 miles at sea was in 'actory condition Thursday. William Kiker, 43, of 4759 Whitewood Ave., was admitted admitted to Memorial Hospital Wednesday night. Kiker. an employe of the Long Beach Naval Shipyard, was transferred transferred to the hospital from the frigate USS Wilkinson. * * * * THE FIRE in an after room of the Wilkinson took the life of Angus McCallum, 58, of 355 Trimble Court, other civilian employe. Two Navy men suffered he minor burns. The Wilkinson, one of Navy's largest destroyers, t u r n e d to her Long base under her own power after damage-control extinguished the blaze 41-minute fight. A Navy spokesman said ship suffered only minor age. Cause of the blaze still undetermined Thursdv undeterm.ncd Tnu f sda night.