Un* tut*, cut MM. rÂ«x M. IM IROS RIVER, Mich. MV- A 71-year-old man ^rÂ±i reported in 'good condition" at a hospital Sunday after a skiing couple found him with frozen legs and frostbitten hands in a hollow log in a woods. Iron County Sheriff Edward Sandri said it was re- Johnson's Southland Visit Ends Â· (Continued from Page A-l) I cratic fund-raising dinner at ' Miami Beach. FU. t ' Rest and religion marked i the Sabbath for the President and Mrs. Johnson before their . departure by jet for the j capital. | On a windy but sunny day, j the sun-bronzed President | took the First Lady to morn' Ing sen-ices at St. Paul's Epis" copal Church in Palm Springs They heard a sermon on kind- cess. More than 300 persons crammed the church and that' many more collected O" 15 '^*,Sunday to jet a glimpse of the John- \ ^ ^ cf - te!evised *Â»Â»Â· They gave them cheen.l dthlt ^' 1betu . een ^ 1964 Â· applause and friendly greet ' ings of "good morning.TM SHELTERED IN A HOLLOW LOG 71, Ife Survives Below-Zero Nights GOP Asks Campaign TV Debate markabla the man lived through two nights and a day ia cold as low as 12 degrees below zero. A dramatic story unfolded in this wilderness area of Michigan's upper peninsula. Iron River, a city of 3,750 population, is in the west- em upper peninsula near the Wisconsin border. An Iron River couple out skiing came upon elderly TELL THE reliable people who are looking for better jobs about your offer. Dial HE 2-5539 today to start your result-getting *He!p Wanted" ad in Classified. Henry Boras lying helpless Li the log about ICK30 am, Saturday. The couple. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Johnson, both in their 60s, said they discovered Boris in the log after following his footprints for three miles along an old logging road, now little more than a trail after years of disuse. The footprints turned off the road. About 10 or 15 feet into the woods the Johnsons came upon the log. Boms' feet were sticking out one end. Born*, tern i-conscious. answered their questions with moans. The Johnsons skied back up the road to the nearest telephone and called for aid. Sheriffs men and conservation agents drove to the scene and carried Borns out on a stretcher. He was revived w i t h coffee ami brandy. An ambulance took him to Stambaugh General Hospital near here. Borns, believed to be a onetime logger or miner, said hÂ« was "just going for a walk." Thursday afternoon Â· when he became tired and lay down in the log to rest. Sheriff Sandrl said Boms apparently had exhausted himself and fell asleep and never left the log. Thursday night the thermometer hit zero in town and may have been below that in the woods. Friday night it was 12 below. Doctors at the hospital said it probably would be a few days before Boms' condition could be determined fully. Sunday he was reported resting comfortably. Little is known of Bora's background. He has lived alone in a small hotel here. WASHINGTON (fi -- Republicans prodded Congress on th* politically ' AFTER CHURCH, the John-! .tons invited eight friends, 1 whose identity was not dij- ' closed, to luncheon in their debates between the 1964 presidential nominees. They did it by urging iwift action on pending legislation to make possible such de- GOP Gov. Robert Smylie of Idaho wrote Chairman Oren borrowed ranch-style desert White House. / The party gathered for 'last bit of sunning on t spacious patio that look! over a spectacular view of the desert and San Jacinto Moua-j tain. Johnson t e e m e d pleased with his talks herel Friday and Saturday President Adolfo Lopez Mateos of Mexico, although'~,-^l of existing law-^which require that all candi- including those of mi- Hirris, D-Ark, cf the House Commerce Committee, urging I action on a bill passed in forms by the two Smylie said the Re- ican governors confer- he represents is wholeheartedly in favor of the :- - i Smylie said the principal .difference in the two bills is American officials cautioned against expecting any dramatic results from their conferences. '. US. President was in an ebullient mood as he bade ' nority parties, be given TV time -- shall be waived for a period of 60 days or 75 lys before the election. 'I The chairmen of both na- Lopez Mateos farewell at Los tiona , committees endorsed Â·Angeles International Airport I ^ neasure in testimony last late Saturday. He embraced the Mexican leader, then had hearty kisses on the check for the Mexican First Lady and then the wife of Foreign Minister Manuel Tello. Senora Lopez Mateos remained in thts country for a vacation in California and the i East, phis a visit to Florida. j Johnson's e x p a n s i v e l y friendly attitude toward the CORE Aims for \ Both Parlies I oice in NEW YORK Â«V-The Congress of Racial Equality an- re. He got out of ! his car at a Los Angeles in- tempts will be made this . . . , iu u .uiÂ« In scat Mississippi -.u v ^ _. f 11 ^* ^"^Negro delegations at the Re, with hundreds of men, women pu ^ n a * d Democratic na- I and children, and went out tional conventions. of the way to greet crowds CORÂ£ Nitionl | r^tor at Los Angeles Springs airports. and Palm Florida Speech Next for Senora Lopes Mntcos ORLA-VDO. Fla. OWThe wife of the President of Mtx- ico. Senora Eva Samano de Lopez Mateos. arrived by plane Sunday night for a visit in nearby Winter Park, where she will address a Rollins Co! lege founders' week program. Mrs. Ijopez Mateos also will receive an honorary doctorate degree from the school Officials of Orlando, Winter Park and Rollins College greeted the president's wife in a ceremony held almost en- j tirely in Spanish in her honor. James Farmer also said the organization expects "a much more action summer in '4 than in '63." Farmer discussed CORE plans with newsmen after a .hree-day meeting cf the ;roup'Â« National A c t f o n cil, a policy - making body. The effort to seat Mississippi delegations, he said, will be 'on the grounds that they were elected by the people in their communities'* and were excluded by the parties in that state. "Negroes specifically are not permitted into the councils cf either party," he sa'id. Â·They have no part in the decision making." Farmer said CORE wants to "put the spotlight" on the situation. OAS Itr|uirt ItramN (Julia as A r r M o r The director also said CORE will undertake a statewide campaign In Louisiana for voter registration and WASHINGTON CO -- Thejopenir.B of public facilities , council cf the Organization of for Negroes. Â· American States meets today! A -large group" will be to receive a report that Cuba|sent tp expand efforts already is guilty of actf aimed at ( begun in Plaquemine and the overthrowing the Venezuelan stile's Sixth Congressional government. The OAS report may prompt a conference on the hemi- District, he said. YOU GET lost articles back sphere's foreign ministers to, in a hurry with Inexpensive. agree on actions that could Ja i t - a c t i o n Independent. be taken tr stop eiport of Tress-Tt legram C l a s s i f i e d subversion by Cuba. !Ads. Dial HE 2-5059 today. Wildest Winds Miss Hilling in L.B. Area (Continued from Page A-l) iOOO s t r o n g to Southland pitaL Deputies from the Temptejbeaches. City station reported high Highway travelers w e r e wind whipped the roof frccajslowed by the wind and wind- the San Gabriel Valley Gun b!owa dust and tomblewteds Oub shelter at fcÂ« to. and on many major routes near I dropped it on a parking arexIfoothlSs. The California High. damaging 13 automobiles, [way Patrol barred trailers and I Hectrical lines were ripped camper-trucks from the kigh ' out by the flyir.g roof. Dam! age was estimated at $7/00. r While small-craft wimirgs at yacht clubs and ma way through Saata Ana Canyon. Wind lifted embers from a f Weit Los Angeles apartment rina* along this section of the i house fire to two neighboring coast Sunday, the Coast'teases, causing J17,000 dim G u a r d reported 'sailboat'age to the three buildings. races foing everywhere* off- Near Riverside, a trash fire shore despita the threat of j sent sparks and smoke npiral- bad weather. 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