The Times from San Mateo, California on June 16, 1959 · Page 2
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---"· 2-San Maleo Times _ Tuesday, June 16/1959 Trio Dunked When Winds Capsize Boat SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO--Three health officials, ·in shock after nearly drowning when their rowboat overturned in cold bay waters 300 yards off the east-west runway of International airport, were rescued by a coast Shirley Given Medal, Money (Continued from Page 1) a service at which she also received the tribute of Archbishop John J. Mitty." The mother added that Shirley has received more than 700 con. .gratulatory letters from all over - the world. ."Even persons behind the Iron Curtain, in Russia, for example, have written her," Mrs. O'Neill said. guard helicopter within minutes after their discovery at 8:01 a. m. today. The three had been clinging to their tiny boat for nearly two hours before the pilot of an aircraft landing at the runway over the water saw them and notified the tower, which relayed the message to the coast guard air rescue base. Pulled from the bay by helicopter hoist were* John Collins, 28, of 749 Baden avenue, South San Francisco sewage plant worker; William R. Macke, 30, of 4285 Cabrillo way, Martinez, an "official of the bay area water pollution district, and Walter Newton, 40, of 49 Rockridge avenue, Daly City, a San Mateo county health department sanitarian. All were given emergency treat- ment for shock and exposure at :hc coast guard base and transported to Peninsula hospital by ambulance. Macke and Newton, after further treatment, were discharged by the hospital. Collins, however, remained in shock and was hospitalized. The three men, according to Chid' North County Sanitarian Rein I Lingemann, went out in the bay at about 6 a. m. to take water samples for the pollution district and the San Mateo county health department. Their boat apparently was suddenly overturned by a sudden gust of .wind, sending them, into the icy bay waters. Pilot of the rescue helicopter was Lieut. Comdi-. Everett Kruschke, 2431 Whitman way, San Bruno. He was assisted by Bosan's Mate Owen Tabor and Engineer Marvin Wilmolh. The crew of the 35- foot rescue boat which helped in the rescue included Flight Engineer L .M. Hangan and Corpsman R. A. St. John. BMW(lsetta) 600" BMW 45 " ater ISETTA different models from SOD COO COMPLETE FACTORY SUPERVISED SERVICE **··*· ^ VW AND SPARE PARTS '995' mflRRTHOn MOTORS,* 6601 MISSION DALY CITY PL 5-1400 Open Friday Night .and Sunday, 12-5 P.M. Mof f ett Crash Kills Jet Pilot A Navy jet pilot was killed last night at 7:37 when his F8U single-place fighter plane developed a malfunction of the throttle control as he was attempting a landing at Moffett Field. Lt. Guy Alexander McElroy. 27, son of Mrs. Inez H. Marcus, 108 Fifteenth place, Birmingham 1 Ala., died instantly when his F8t Crusader "came in too fast,' touched down several times and rolled off the end of the runway. The plane was operating off the earner Midway. The pilot de veloped mechanical trouble and was directed to land at Moffett McElroy would have observed his ninth anniversary in the Navy today. He was a graduate of the Naval Academy. WARNS ABOUT INFLATION GENEVA (UPI)--U.S. Secretary of Labor James P. Mitchell tolc the 43rd International Labor Organization convention Friday thai the United States had licked the 1958 recession. Mitchell warnet there still were dangers of infta tion. 'Superman' Shoots Self (Continued from Fage 1) to retire when some friends came by for a visit. Objected To Visitors "He was irritated about the friends arriving and he ordered them out," Johnson said. "But then the argument was settled and Reeves went back to his room. . "When he went back to the bedroom, Miss Lemmon said, 'he's going up there to kill himself,' " the detective said he was told. "Bliss heard a drawer open and Miss Lemmon then said 'he's getting the gun.' Then they heard a shot and Bliss went up and found Reeves'dead," Johnson said. Bliss called police and said, "you better get someone up here right now. My friend has shot himself." Miss Lemmon, who said she was an actress and had planned to marry Reeves on Friday, claimed "intuition" warned her of the suicide, Johnson said. The actor left no notes but Johnson said the "inference was that he was despondent and out of work." Johnson said Reeves was planning a wrestling career and had intended to box a two round exhibition with light heavyweight ·champion Archie Moore today in San Diego. Life Is A "Challenge" Reeves, who was born in Woodstock, Iowa, first appeared in the movies in the 1937 production of "Gone With The Wind," in which he played one of the Tarleton twins. Reeves had appeared in numerous other film and TV productions. His motion picture credits included many Hopalong Cassidy films, "From Here To Eternity," "Winged Victory," "So Proudly We Hail" and "Till We Meet Again." OCCUPATIONAL HAZARD BRADLEY, England (UPI) The 26 members of the Bradley and Deighton prize band blasted and thumped their way up the main street Friday. Then suddenly the thump was gone. The 25 other members, on investigating, found that bass drummer Ronnie Liversidge, unable to see ahead over his drum, had fallen into a manhole. ' Management Survey Due REDWOOD CITY -- A special management survey of the coun- Belmont Youth Back From Mexican Jail Nightmare A .Belmont youth was back in California today, asserting he had spent 14 months in a Mexican prison without a bed, clean clothing or a bath. Robert Peterson, 18, is staying ty health and welfare depart-i now at Norwalk w i t h - a n uncle, ment will be conducted this year by the county grand jury. Jury Foreman Lee Ham said the survey will include an investigation of the advisability of splitting the sprawling agency into two departments. The jury agreed last night to hire the San Francisco accounting firm of Ernst and Ernst to conduct the annual; county audit. The company bid $11,000 for the job, compared with a bid of $9000 by Peat, · Marwick and Mitchell, the firm that made the county audit last year, flam explained the jury selected the more expensive bid because Ernst and Ernst .proposed a more extensive survey. The health and welfare department survey will be in addition to the regular annual audit of all county departments. "We are going to make a recommendation," . Ham said, "that each year a particular department of the county be given a special study from a management efficiency standpoint. We started with the health and welfare department because it is the largest department." The study, he said, will have three phases: an efficiency survey, the investigation of the possibility of splitting the department, and the extent of the department's compliance with recommendations of past grand juries. The county chapter study commission has proposed that the board of supervisors be empowered to separate the functions of the department at its discretion. In other action last night, the jury heard expert testimony on 'the subject of juvenile court law. Witnesses were District Attorney Keith C. Sorenson and Lt. Peter Bolich, the sheriff's juvenile officer. Ham. said one member of the jury had been told by a police official that "kids can get away with murder if fchey now the juvenile law." Bolich told the jury,- however, Ham said, that he iis satisfied with present laws governing the handling of juveniles. Ham said the testimony was of an educational nature-and'the jury plans no particular action on the subject. Father's Day . . . Sunday, June 21 Ciire dad that gift of time! FASHION TIME WATCHES BY . . . and great- gifts for Graduations, Weddings, too! Beautiful watches '. . . novel, brilliant, different,' At truly amazing prices! Imported Swiss anti-magnetic movements . . . lavishly gift boxed, fully guaranteed, 1 year. A. SWANK LOCKET WRIST WATCH. New idea! Cover holds picture, covers face of watch. Suitable for engraving. Silver tone only 17.95* B. SWANK KALEIDOSCOPE. Famed Borel Design. Face in constant motion. A real conversation piece. In Gold or Silver Tone Cuff Links 19.95* C. SWANK GALAXY. Traditional style watch with Expansion Band. Gold or Silver tone 9.95* D. CUFF LINK WATCH. The companion link can be en- grcvod. Gold or Silver Tone pair 12.95* E. SWANK SUPER SLIM WRiST WATCH, lavish leather band. Rich raised dial. Gold tone only 12.95* ' F. SWANK IDENT-WATCH. Chain, band and surface for engraving. Hondsomel Gold or Silver tone 19.95* O. SWANK CIGARETTE LIGHTER (Not illustrated) with fine inset watch. A handsome practical idea. Gold or Silver tone , -17.95* ·Plus 10% Fed. Tax Charge it . . . 6 Months to Pay. HILLSDALE H I k t T Of fill MNIN1BL* ISO HILLSDALE MALL HIILSDAIE SHOPPING CENTER OPEN MONDAY, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS Kenneth Frazer. The Belmont youth told reporters that prison guards took every penny his family sent to him, and he was paralyzed for a week after a solitary confinement in a room with a temperature of 115 degrees. Petersen said he went to Tijuana in May, 1958, "to see what at was like." "I found out," he added. He said he borrowed a ear from a Tijuana cab driver, visited San Diego overnight and that when he returned the cab driver demanded $300. Two policemen with the driver arrested him, although he offered to pay the cab driver the $60 he had in his pocket, he said, adding that the policemen took the S60. He was held 11 months at La Mesa penitentiary in Baja California before he was tried and sentenced to four years, he continued. He said he never got a cent of $100 sent him by his mother, Mrs. William Petersen, wife of a Bay Meadows race track truck driver. Guards took the money Burlingame Man Gets Honor Degree An honorary degree, Doctor of Business Administration, was conferred upon George H. Atkinson of Burlingame Sunday at the one-hundred second commence- jTierst exercises of the College of the Pacific in Stockton. · President of a Peninsula construction firm that bears his name, and a leading layman in the California-Nevada Conference of the Methodist church, Atkinson received the degree from Pacific President Robert E. Burns. ' The two U. S. senators from New York state were both born on May 18 -- Kenneth B. Keating in 1900 and Jacob K. Javits in 1904. B y' n c'?r V i« C (A and made him open every letter before tlicm, he said. He i;ou!d not buy soap, food, clothing nor pay $5 for a bed. Arriving in Norwalk in tattered trousers, a greasy shirt and threadbare canvas shoes, he weighed 20 pounds less than normal, he said. Bsil of $640 was obtained through San Francisco bailbonds- man Ken Tilles. Petersen was released pending appeal of his case to the superior court in Mexicali. Recalling that he once .was sent to solitary confinement for talking to a person outside the prison, he said he was held for seven days in a room atop the prison with no windows or ventilation. "They had to carry me out. 1 was paralyzed and had to be hospitalized after the week was over," he said. He said he was stabbed twice while held in a large cell with 40 other prisoners. Deputy District Attorney Named REDWOOD CITY -- The appointment of William J. Doherty, the father of eight children, to the position of deputy district attorney was announced today by District Attorney Keith C. Sorenson. Doherty, 41, 336 Barneson avenue, San Mateo, will start work July 1 in the civil division. The appointee was a special agent of the internal revenue bureau from 1945 to 1958. He attended law school at night at USF and got his law degree there in 1957. He has worked during the past year with a law firm in Antioch. The deputy's position here pays $591 a month. Published Daily Except Sunday . 145 Second Are., San Mateo. Calif. Entered a» Secnnd-Clasi Matter t Post Office of San Mateo, calif., under act of March 3. 1879. SUBSCRIPTION KATES By Carrier : ji.so month By Mall (Payable Quarterly In Advance* $1.50 montb 118. eat Mateo Woman Hurt in Crash Carol L. Neumann, 22, of 1750 South Grant street, San Mateo, was treated at Mills hospital for broken nose, multiple .contusions and abrasions following an intersection collision at Fifth avenue and Idaho street shortly before noon yesterday. She was westbound on Fifth avenue. .nnual does the trick Instant glamour is yours when you wear Accentuette .. the famous figure flatterers worn by many Hollywood stars. There's an Accentuette bra for every neckline... come in today and choos* yours. 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