Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on January 4, 1959 · Page 14
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Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California · Page 14

Long Beach, California
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Sunday, January 4, 1959
Page 14
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BOOK SILENT FILM STAR Ramon Novarro, 59, onetime star of silent screen, is shown as he was booked by Los Angeles police on suspicion of drunk driving. He was arrested after failing to stop for traffic signal. Novarro resumed film career last fall after 24-year-absence from movies.--(AP Wirephoto.) County Will Re-Seed Burned-Out Sections LOS ANGELES (UPI) County officials -- faced with the start of Southern California's rainy season--made plans Saturday for sowing 32,000 acres blackened by two giant brush fires in the Santa Monica Mountains. Threat of flood of winter rains followed the devastation of fire as firefighters worked against worsening weather con- which ditions to control a blaze which broke out Wednesday and raced over 11,000 acres in the Topanga Canyon area. Fire officials said 62 homes and 37 miscellaneous structures were destroyed hi the fire's run through head-high brush to the ;sea. Six other 1 homes were damaged. interior Satin u..y night. A half mile of unworked line remained on the west side of the fire in the Saddle Peak sector. The rest of the fire was contained and control of the entire blaze was expected by this morning. . ASKED WHAT the total .'damage would amount to, the jchief dispatcher of the Los An- 'geles County Fire Department '·aid, "That would be hard to ·lay. It was tremendous." ! Three huhdren men and 20 pieces of equipment were still on the fire in the Topanga Canyon area, working against a forecast of 30 to 40 mile an hour winds blowing from the in ARSON INVESTIGATORS still were investigating the fire they were certain had been set deliberately. Meanwhile, authorities vealed that two boys, aged 6 and 8, had admitted setting a 650-acre fire which broke out in the Benedict Canyon-Beverly Glen area Wednesday. The fire destroyed a home valued at $150,000 and threatened mansions of actress Elizabeth Taylor, Marion Davies and heiress Doris Duke before It was controlled. 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