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Bridgeport Telegram, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1957, Bridgeport, Connecticut Weather forecast today and sunday the Fairfield Bounty s morning newspaper vol. Lxvi no. 227 Bridgeport 2, conn., saturday morning september 21, 1957 410 state St. Bridgeport no. 28 pages five cents Faubus yields withdraws guard Moore Kos Anthony saved by the Bell challenger Tony Anthony lies sprawled on his Back on the Canvas after a series of crushing blows from Light heavyweight Champion Archie Moore in the sixth round of their title fight last night in los Angeles. The Bell saved Anthony in the round but Moore polished him off in the seventh to retain the title. Of Sibelius finn 91, was Best known for his tone poem filandia Helsinki sept. 20 a Jean Sibelius the great brooding finnish composer died tonight from a brain Haemorrhage at his secluded Woodland Home outside Helsinki. He was 91. He was Best known popularly Over the world for the sweeping filandia and to musicians for the craftsmanship of the dark mystical music that challenged both their wonder and their critical Powers. Leaves a mystery Sibelius left a mystery for the musical world to Puzzle Over. His last published works came out in the late 1920s and he is believed to have done some major composing since. He died without saying. The craggy faced giant Long had been regarded As among the world s Foremost composers. His countrymen and his Admir ers Over the world regarded him As the spokesman in music of his rugged country s melancholy spirit. Shaven headed his brooding face lined with age he remained out of the world spotlight the last 20 years. He had published no musical works after 1939. But the whole world joined in a swelling outburst of Praise and gilts for the Maestro on his 90th birth Day dec. 8, 1955. He was showered with Mes sages records and Flowers and loaded Down with his favorite cigars and Claret. He once Sand cigars Are my great passion. I smoke them night and death was unexpected. The composer appeared to be in Good continued on Page eight by Bob Myers los Angeles sept. 20 a youth made a bold and a Gal Lant stand but in the end it was Light heavyweight Champion Archie Moore who held on to his world title tonight with a Cannon Ade of hots that brought knockout in the seventh round Over Young Tony Anthony of new York. Scheduled for 15 rounds Cali fornia s most famous fugitive Tom a rocking chair and carpet slippers put a Crusher on 22-year old Tony after 2 minutes 29 seconds of the seventh. Moore who claims to be under 41 and More Likely is in his mid 40 a thus successfully defended the title he won in 1952 for the sixth time. Riotous finish it was a riotous sixth and seventh rounds that thrilled a crowd of around in olym Pic auditorium and it must have Iven a National television Audi ence a kick As Well. Referee Mushy Callahan halted the proceedings after Anthony was beaten to the Canvas mid Way in the seventh and As the Rangy fighter managed to get to Lis feet. Mushy stepped in and lasted it. Anthony also was on continued on Page fourteen official weather Rora the 0. A Wuntner Bureau Bridgeport and Vicinity Cloudy warm and humid today with a Chance of scattered showers highest tempera Tures 75 to 80. Cloudy and mild tonight Low n to sunday out look considerable cloudiness continued warm and humid with widely mattered showers. Temperature highest yesterday. 3 lowest yesterday 58 highest year ago yesterday 62 lowest year ago yesterday 45 precipitation yesterday 0.00 for month 1.72 barometer 8 30.06 humidity 8 . .78% the tide today tomorrow almanac saturday september-21 two Hundred sixty fourth Day of he year. Ninety third Day of summer. The Sun 6 . And sets at . Light heavy Champ stops challenger in seventh Industry pleas storage Yard machine shop barred in residential areas the zoning commission denied two petitions for zone changes after Public hearings in City Hall yesterday. Rejected without prejudice was a request by the e and f realty company for a change of zone from a and b residence to Light Industrial for the firm s property North of Lake Street Between Reservoir and Sylvan Avenue. C. Philip Epifano Secretary of the company said the zone change was sought to permit the firm to establish a contractor s storage Yard there. He noted that the area just North of an Industrial zone site where the company has a Concrete mixing Plant is adjacent to a proposed route for a new North South High Way. About 20 residents of the area registered opposition to the proposal contending through their counsel Frank v. Feroleto that establishment of a storage Yard would cause traffic hazards and other nuisances and reduce the value of surrounding residential property. They filed a petition signed by around 200 persons opposing the zone change. In qualifying the rejection with continued pm gift eight orders teamster Bosses to answer charges of conspiracy Washington sept. James r. Hoffa and other team sters Bosses today were ordered to appear in Federal court Here sept. 27 to answer charges that they have conspired to Rig the Union s election in favor of Hoffa. U. S. District judge f. Dickin son Letts directed them to show Ause Why the election scheduled for the teamsters convention at Miami Beach next month should not be delayed by a temporary injunction. The 82-year-old judge a former Republican congressman from Owa acted on a petition filed or a group of rank and file hamsters in the new York area by attorney Godfrey p. Schmidt. Election rigging charged Schmidt former counsel for the new York state labor department successfully staved off Cioffa s attempt to swing a new York teamsters District Council election two years ago. In his court appearance today Schmidt claimed hamsters Boss and leading con Ender for the presidential Post being relinquished by Dave com continued on Page eight heated verbal clashes Boos interrupt speakers 250 Jam auditorium Council approves poll on firemen s week tax ing plan acting. Sooner than expected the common Council voted Las night to conduct a referendum on proposals to shorten the City fire men s work week and eliminate a set up under which som Bridgeport residents pay a Lowe tax rate than the rest. The action came during a Stormy Public hearing which lasted two and one half hours i Burroughs Public Library. City attorney John v. Donnell told newsmen afterwards that under the Home Rule act the ques Lions can now go on the voting machines in the nov. 5 Tion. A that remains he said is for the proper referendum form of the questions to be pre pared presumably by the town clerk. Mayor speakers booed nearly 250 persons filled the Library auditorium for the session in which Many speakers including mayor Mclevy were booed and Alderman John j. Schiller Council president had to Cal repeatedly for order. Kenneth j. Zarilli lawyer re presenting the Lake Forest As soda Tion which heatedly opposed the tax change Rose during the hearing to warn that a court a Jeal will be taken if the tax item s approved in the referendum. Demanding in vain that the Council Block the tax change rom going on the voting Mach nes in its present form or. Zarilli declared even if the re Brendum passes this it will not stand the scrutiny of the when tested by the in said this action will be found o be arbitrary discriminatory and asks new proposal he asked As an alternative hat the Council voted a different proposal to change the tax set up Only after Road improvements viewers and other municipal ser vices have been full provided to Hose who now pay the lower in. The Council had adjourned from to meeting last monday to con Luct the Public hearing last night jut it was not expected that the Rote would be called for until he next regular Council meeting oct. 7. Vario ifs aldermen said before he hearing s Start that they did t expect a vote. But mayor my continued on Page eight guardsmen leave Little Rock High school As. Governor Speaks i associated press wire Philol Arkansas National guardsmen climb onto truck As they leave their posts in front of Central High school in Little Rock Ark., on order of gov. Orval Faubus. The Arkansas chief executive shown at right As he appeared on a nationwide radio and Tele vision broadcast yesterday said he had no alternative but to Call off the National guard from the school. Viewed super radar will Aid defense against 1cbv state industrialists Hope Ful of pickup in 1958 production orders Hartford sept. 20 a number of Connecticut Factor s Are laying off employees or curtailing work scheduled be Ause of a cutback in defense or ers a drop in consumer buying r High inventories. Several major Connecticut Austria lists said today they did t Gard the situation As serious As a cause for alarm. In most ses a pickup in orders for 1958 Ould bring the situation Back to Irmal they said. Pratt and Whitney company c., of West Hartford will Start curtailed work schedule Mon by. A company spokesman said e machine division employees ii either work one week Anc a out one week or there would layoffs. The specific plan an t completed As of Friday Vernoon. To get jobless pay the Gage division at Pratt and Whitney will Lay off 15 workers onday and the Small tool Divi on is expected to go on a sched e of one week off and four of continued on Page eight new system capable detecting a weapon 000 Miles away Washington sept. The air Force today revealed the country s first major break through in efforts to set up left Csc against intercontinental ballistic missiles. It is a Supe adar system capable of detecting identifying and figuring the pre ise course of a weapon speeding rough space Miles away Gen. Thomas d. White Ai Force chief of staff disclosed thew development in space War Are and linked it directly t russian claims of having Success ully test fired a ballistic Rocke capable of reaching any targe n Earth. To be operating soon White declaring communist Progress in air Power does no neutralize our retaliatory Capa said the complicated a continued on Page eight school praised by homemakers placards with complaints mar Shaltaf Tercel with a dlr stay of placard citing conditions they want improved by municipal services Belpre they pay a hither lax residents of first taxing District Are shown at a Hearlon last Alft in tit Bur Oricha Library auditorium. Students voice appreciation of pointers in culinary Art by Judith Priestley mrs. Eva Fahr summed up audience reaction when she declared i just love All of it i would t want to miss the Cook ing As the final session of the Post Telegram cooking school opened yesterday after noon inthe Klein memorial auditorium those present offered a variety of reasons for enjoying the mealtime Usa classes this year. The lesson in meat carving particularly appealed to mrs. Emily Seidens and mrs. Edith Faiella who attends every year like the pointers for selecting and cooking meat. The Parade of foods has inspired mrs. Margaret Ruskay to treat her family to More color fully served dinners. Or. And mrs. Michael Liptak Are attending the classes together and both enjoy the series. When asked what he likes Best in the school or. Liptak a retired fire lieutenant replied with a twinkle Why the Steak recipe exhibited braised Steak a la marinade is a special dish which is simply prepared. Yesterday s recipe was made with round Steak but a Cut eight Norway s King Dies Oslo sept. 21 a King Haakon Vii of no Way the world s oldest reigning Monarch died today. The 85-year-old King had Bee in poor health for a Long time. U suffered a broken thigh in a a n 1955 and had left the Royal dues to Regent Crown Prince Ola since that time. Trucks collide Driver trapped Chester main 52, Hurt in spectacular Monroe Accident Monroe sept. 20-the Driver a three ton dump truck at Empting to pass three Halte ars on route 25 today at a. Was pinned inside the cab Hen the front end was sheared of by the wheels on an on conv no 25-ton dump truck. Chester of 33 Whitney venue Trumbull was freed from cab by passersby and was related at the scene for head in uries and cuts of the Chest and ire head by or. Up a. Williams Stepney. He was taken by the Airfield ambulance of Stamford Inch happened to be passing a to St. Vincent s Hospital where is in Good condition. George e. Russell of 61 Alden Ace Bridgeport the Driver of e Large truck owned by the Rouge construction company ic., of Bridgeport told police e was proceeding South on route approaching a halted car add North which was pre Aring to make a left turn. A r with a House trailer and an continued on Page eight n. H. Will seek Alpert tells county com Muter groups of Rev Enue needs new York sept. The new Haven Railroad will a oly for another passenger fare increase next week Railroad resident George Alpert said to Lay. The Road received on 18.5 to 25 or cent increase in its commuter ares 13 1-2 months ago. Alpert made the announcement the hearing continued and at the five representatives of fair eld county commuter groups in a meeting at his grand ventral terminal offices Here. Alpert told the commuter representatives what the percentage increases would be but pledged is listeners to secrecy pending n official Railroad announcement o be made next week. The Railroad will ask increases or single trip passages on coach and Pullman cars As Well As for commutation tickets he said. He said commuter increases continued on Page eight features for everybody in Telegram every Day Page Angelo 28 classified ads comics 20 to order of Feddow joust barred negroes expected to attend classes on monday protest made Faubus asserts hell exhaust All avenues of Appeal Little Rock Ark. Sept. 20 gov. Orvul Faubus to night ordered the National guard troops away from Central High school a few hours after a Federal court ordered him to Stop inter Ference with the school s integration plan. The guard left at . Faced with the injunction Fau bus said i will presumably the nine negro students who Nave been barred from the school by the troops since they attempted to enter sept. 4. Will attend classes Mon Day. Several had said they would go if guardsman would not bar their Way one chapter closes the action of the governor apparently closes one chapter of the historic struggle Between state and Federal Power but Faubus said he would exhaust All avenues of Appeal to overturn the injunction. Faubus spelled out his stand on a three station television Hook up in liitle Rock at . Five minutes after it. Col. Clarion Johnson had appeared at the High school and called out the guard. It was a dramatic Climax to a Swift moving Chain of events which started with Federal judge Donald n. Davies injunction against Faubus following a five Lour hearing during which the governor s attorneys walked out saying we re they had challenged the Federal government s right to question Faubus actions and then left. End the judge ruled that Faubus continued on Page eight nurse coverage at Hillside hit unfavourable report received from state Board acts Onstantine Brown 16 crossword Puzzle. 20 Bundesen 18 editorials 16 fashions 21 manual news Nicoby on Bridge 22 21 obituaries 27 Adio and to. 4-5 ports 14-15 Ivia Porter Leater news news a microfilm in hollowed Nickel helped Fri to trap red spy new York sept. 20 a Young College student told to a of finding a hollowed out Ckel crammed with microfilm Lich helped the government Nab Udolph Ivanovich Abel accused russian spy. The student James Bozart 18, Brooklyn has been called As government witness in Abel s a pending trial. Bozart said a woman gave him a Nickel and other change four ars ago As he collected on the per route he delivered for the1 a defunct Brooklyn Eagle. Bozart did he accidentally dropped the Nickel after leaving the woman and it fell apart revealing a piece of. Microfilm about one half Inch Square. The film contained numbers. Bozart did t know what he had but he was suspicious and went to police showed them the Nickel and its contents and identified the woman from whom he had received the Coin. The police notified the Fri and assigned a detective to the Case. Bozart said he had never Learned whether the woman was the Board of Public welfare night asked the department to replenish the licensed nurse staff at Hillside Tome for the aged and Chroni Cally ill after hearing an unfavourable report on the institution i License coverage. The members also authorized a Challenge after supt. John j. Galla read a letter from the state health department claiming that an annual inspection of the homa sept. 12 showed it had inadequate License the letter signed by or. E. H. Curnes chief of the division of hospitals state health depart ment informed the Board that a record is supposed to be kept of Al treatment and medication Given no matter How minor and hat adequate nursing service re quires a minimum of one registered or licensed practical nurse for every 30 patients. Coverage inadequate Hillside s application for a new License the letter said showed inadequate supt. Galla explained that ont continued on Page eight cent of height ii

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