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Independent, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1957, Pasadena, CaliforniaPoison Oak fire hurts Man threat is Reindeer Glendora. Flames Black ened f Ive acres along u. S. High Way 66 yesterday brought in jury to one firefighter and threatened to incinerate five about damages to an Avo no Reindeer when the fire fanned by wind came within 50 feet of their Cage. Fire believed to have been started by a cigarette thrown from a car into a pile of dead Poison Oak caused Cado Grove belonging to Clif Ford Hawkins at 1410 e. Acosta ave. Fighting the Blaze inter Community nearby and crept county fire units arrived. Carl Ryon 40, of the same address jumped from a five foot Wall with a Garden Hose and landed on his heels breaking a Bone in pita for treatment. Sheriffs Dep. Robert Shu maker said the fire started on the Highway in a pile of Poison each foot. He was taken to Spray. It spread to he Avocado month old Bull named dancer. Through the property. The Reindeer purchased b y Hawkins for use in his Christ Mas tree business survived in Oak Hawkins had killed with a swathed including a three ten county fire and three Camp Crews fought the Blaze for 40 minutes until it was brought under control. Elsewhere on the fire scene a Mountain fire Between ban Ning and idyll Vild was beaten Down in a mass. Attack by Aerial tankers and fire Al Ghiors on the around. The Brush fire raged in Rug ged country near Cabazon Peak in the san Jacinto mountains were and covered 75 acres when finally curbed Forest service officials said., no structures were lost but several were threatened on the twin Pines ranch and at one time it was feared the flames headed toward the town of Cabazon. Fog and Low Clouds spread ing in from coast Early this morning but mostly sunny today. Xot much change in temperatures. High today near 88. More weather on Page 3. The Independent Home edition Pittsburgh pirate i for Bobby Braga was re placed Early today by coach Danny Murtaugh. Page in vol. 141 20 pages classified by 6-0311 Pasadena by 5-6811 los angelas by 1-81 so Valley i 6-4671 Zenith 2330 Pasadena Cau saturday. August 3, 1957 China catholics Cut All except religious ties Tokyo. Ins piping radio today announced tha Catholic leaders in Rei China have Cut economic and political ties with Thi Vatican because of inter i mention in internal matters of the broadcast monitored in Tokyo said the decision was made by the Catholic National conference which wound up a convention in piping and announced for mation of a new Catholic patriotic Assn. Representing rec China catholics. The leaders of the Patrio tic Assn. Were quoted As saying that will main Tain religious ties with Rome that do not violate the coun try s interests and sovereignty figure Model kidnapped by customer los Angeles. A Blanc Model was feared kids spec yesterday by a Man who represented Himsel As a photographer and persuade her to accompany him on a modelling assignment. The missing Model is beaut Ful Judy. Ann Van Horn Dull 19. An All Points police alarm is out for her. With 3 others she lives with two other Young models in a Hollywood apartment. Her Roommate t Betty Carver 18, told police that Judy Ann left the apart thursday afternoon with a Man who gave his name As i and who represented himself As a profession a photographer. She said the Man phoned two Days earlier and asked to take pin up pictures at her apartment. He said he did not have a studio. Miss Carver said she was in the apartment when Glynn arrived. She said he told Judy Ann he had gotten a studio and asked her to take some skirts and blouses with her As cos tume changes. She said the missing girl for a phone num ber where she could be reached in the event of other Calls for jobs and he gave a number which later proved to be fictitious. Miss Carver said Judy Ann had complained that she suspected a Man had been Fol lowing her for the past 10 Days. She said Judy Ann had been a Model for six months and did pin ups and figure work. The cards armed missing girl is the Mother of a in corridor convicts at press Marjone Fred rear Meade defendants ready. Lights camera but opens by Mohn Beckler los Angeles. There were lights and cameras but title action yesterday As the curtain went up on a Crim Nal libel trial involving confidential Magazine and a no list of Hollywood personalities. Any self respecting. Movie producer would have been aghast at sending a Star studded attraction off to such a limping Start. In the firs place because of a judicial mix up the Case was assigned to the wrong court causing a half Day delay and wasting the appearance As wit Nesses of actors Tab Hunter Utah cons seize 19, riot broken Salt Lake City. State prison ins Tah state prison inmates noted last night but. In less an three hours officers had gained control. At one time the prisoners 2ld 19 persons hostages in uding 14 women and two men of Price Utah and three Ison officers. Rioting began when inmates of Over the recreation room ring a show presented by group. Buddy Baer and Alan Nixon former husband of actress Marie Wilson. In the second place while an eager Public jammed the courtroom and the corridors leading to it hoping for spicy details of the private lives of movie stars the Case almost got lost in n Maze of technicalities. 2 boys with torches seen firing Highland Park Blaze wafer Supply Short fire chief charges two boys playing with burning Sticks were blame or a grass fire which destroyed 12 Homes on it. Wash Angton in los Angeles Highland Park area yesterday. Arson investigators Dave Buxton and r. G. Low Aid they located eyewitnesses who saw the boys each about 12 years old trailing the burning Sticks through heavy grass at the end of Altamon St. Near the base of it. Washington when the flames spread the spider blamed or crash that injures three a Temple City housewife was seriously injured yesterday in a traffic Accident caused by a spider. Mrs. Cora Evelyn Fla Herty 59, of 6327 n. Temple City blvd., suffered Back injuries head lacerations and fractured ribs when a car driven by Robert a. Stephens 19, of los an Geles collided with the car she was in at 1560 la Lorna Road. Less seriously injured in the crash which demolished the fronts of both vehicles were Stephens and mrs. Fla tier to s daughter mrs. Ruth e. Mckean of Monte Bello Driver of the other car. Stephens told Pasadena police he was. Driving West on la Loma Road and just As he approached a Crest in the Road a spider dropped from the ceiling of his car and landed Between his Glass and his face. I closed my he told and the next thing i knew i had collided with an eastbound year old daughter who is in the custody of her estranged Hus band Robert l. Dull of la Crescenta. Gail arraigned on driving rap los Angeles. Actress Gai Russell arrested july 4 after her car smashed in to a restau rant was arraigned yesterday drunk driving on a felony charge. She was ordered to enter a plea aug. 16. Police said the 32-year-old film Star failed to pass a so Briety test following the Acci Dent in which a janitor was injured. Intimate life Story very hot is due in scene during her Vintage years the Veteran fire engine would shake so fiercely on v the Way to fires that equip ment would fall off the Rig. Tolerant firemen finally dubbed the truck old shake rattle and for a intimate glimpse into the private life of an Ngung lire engine be sure to Road the bittersweet Saga is written by Ray Duncan in tomorrow s scene Maga Jine. Tempted to capture an officer but a him. Dep. Warden John w. Tur Ner armed. 10 guards and entered the corridors ordering them to be cleared before the guards the corridors emptied immediately. At the recreation room the Deputy Warden ordered imme Diate release of the hostages an order which was promptly obeyed by a self appointee guard Force of prisoners who were protecting the women. The prison officers tages temporarily were t. L. Phelan Industrial manager Jerome curve principal of the prison school and James Fred Whitney recreation officer. After control was regained by the guards a Shakedown disclosed three knives hidden in cells. Sixteen inmates were locked in segregation for the night. Acting Warden Walter d. Achuff was reported on his Way Back from a vacation at Yellowstone Park and was due at the prison this morn ing. A riot last feb. 6 lasted three Days. Judge satisfactory after surgery los Angeles. Superior judge Charles w. Fricke 75, Vas reported in satisfactory condition in St Vincent s hos ital yesterday following Throat surgery. White held to answer n murder Azusa. A municipal court Edge yesterday ordered Wil in Abner White to be held to answer in Pomona Superior i court aug. 16 in the str Angula the defendants m the Case i murder of a Baldwin Park All under grand jury indict Mother. Ments Are confidential ils Sis Ter publication whisper Ert Harrison their publisher Fred and Marjorie Meade operators of Hollywood research confidential s West coast office four other individuals and four corporations involved in the production and sales of the magazines. But Only the Meades were on hand when the trial began and their attorney argued that Only they and their firm had been legally served and were actually on trial. Judge agrees however Superior judge Herbert v. Walker agreed with i on july 18 ended a two week to allegedly killed j la 0 in her Bald win Park Home on july 3, appeared yesterday before judge o. Benton Worley at his preliminary hearing in Citrus municipal court. In addition to the murder charge White is also being held for alleged child molest. The 40-year-old White who lived with his wife Allie and two children at 12721 Salisbury St., Baldwin Park assorted by killed the 35-year-old baby sit boys ran. The arson officers said they had questioned Scon of children in the area but had not Learned the identity of Thi two boys. Fire chief William l. Miller meanwhile confirmed reports that firemen in their efforts to save the 12 Homes by a Lack of water pres sure. During the time of the fire the water was not Ade quate to permit us to properly combat the Miller said. Samuel b. Nelson chief Engineer of water works for the City. Department of water an Power said that the water sup pay in the area was ample but that the heavy co Centre Tion of fire equipment rushed into the area placed too Grea a Strain on the pressure. He added that a been spent improving the it Washington water system ii the past five years and it i now served by two Ion storage tanks and three pumping stations. The two tanks were never less than half full during the sire he said. Plenty of water there was plenty1 of water on hand to fight fire but the pipe carrying it was too Small according to Nelson. Fire fighters Many of whom were armed with Garden hoses complained of Low water pres sure which brought Only a dribble when All faucets were turned on along ave. 37 and san Raphael ave. Nelson said these areas Are served by Only a six Inch main along one Long Street although he water storage no Gallons were Over half full during and after the ire. The pressure was Well he average for the water system As a he said. This is the Standard size main for residential areas. The problem of the it. Washing ton area is that it is largely Nelson explained that had there been More streets in the area there would have been More six Inch Mains forming a Grid which could have been used in the Emer gency. Ter because she taunted la him about his wife. Bat All or most of the fire White s purported confession the prosecution claim that the corporate entities of the two turn to Page three investigation by sheriffs deputies who had questioned Many of the victim s friends. Hoses were attempting to draw water off the one six Inch Street main with the unfortunate result that water pres sure dropped. Are. Spectators await wreckers to untangle night Mother saves children As train demolishes car knew the train could t so i grabbed and that s Way a tearful los Angeles housewife described a harrowing experience yesterday when her car became trapped in the path of a Southern Pacific plumbers mull 50-cent package wage increase the plumbing heating and p i p i n g employers Council yesterday offered a package 50-cent-hourly wage increase to striking Mem Bers of District 16 of the plumbers Union. Union officials called for j freight train at Fremont ave. And Mission Road. Sirs.1 Gaye Vande grift 24, of 5348 Ithaca ave., told police she was travelling North on Fremont ave. And preceded to Cross the tracks on. A Green Light a bus was right in front of me. It stopped just Over the said mrs. Vandegrift who explained that her car was trapped on the tracks Between the bus and a car behind. Take police Nab 4 in heist of Market Fullerton. Ins a police a g n e t covering free cities resulted in the capture yesterday of four a Wom few hours after four men robbed super Market of shot the manager twice for moving too one of the men was arrested Habra apart ment in a raid by five carloads f police. Another was Cap tured in la Habra Heights. As Don Aid Earth Howard -24i and his wife Mary Lyann 22, of la were picked up in when s ail were taken to Fullerton where other identifications were withheld until after question ing by authorities. Two men described by police As extremely dangerous de the actual one menacing 50 Cus omers and .12 clerks with a sawed off Shotgun while the other forced manager Richard the Market afe. The Bandit cursed Kiehle for moving too slowly and shot Lim first in an Arm and then h a knee with a Pis Tol. Wounds Kiehner later was taken to it. Jude s Hospital for treat ment of painful wounds. The two gunmen escaped in a cab driven by a third Mem of the gang. Several blocks Way witnesses reported. They rot into a second car driven y still another gang member. Police found a theatrical make up kit in the abandoned a and it was believed the Nen wore disguises during the Holdup. Toifl a. Recess in. Negotiations to she said she and her two consider the proposes an immediate .15 cent hourly boost another 15-cent hike Jan. 1 and a 20 cent increase july 1, 1958. Council represents 650 firms in nine Southern California counties.1 some 8000 plumbers went on strike july 1. Southern California construction was slowed when other labor disputes involving Sheet Metal workers and Hod carriers occurred at the same time. Daughters and Steph Anie 5, fled just before the los Angeles bound to. A crashed into her Sedan and carried the demolished car rence Olivier behind in England. 429 feet before it could Stop according to police. , says hiker 73 London m actress Vivien Leigh said yesterday she will join her first husband and their 23-year-old next week for a 3-week Vaca Tion in Europe leaving sir Lau Dulles urges Rente police London. Of Secretary of the Aleutian and Kurile islands. State Dulles proposed yester Day that officials inspect rus Sia the United states and most of Europe by plane and aground of guard against a sneak h bomb attack. I Dulles presented this major Lari for the North Atlantic Al ies in a two part proposal he lore the in subcommittee on disarmament. If Russia rejects it to Sug , there could be this Al Ernat ivc inspection of Arctic Circle territories plus most of he european land mass from Truland to the urals and Pacific Crri tory covering the Southern Kamchatka Peninsula and All i viewed from the top of the world this optional zone would look like a two bladed fan pegged to the North pole. Dulles broadened president Eisenhower s 2-year-old open skies plan in a bid to break negotiations which opened Here 4% months ago. If we can eliminate Hie threat of Surprise attacks 1 do not think we will have caution marked the initial russian reaction. Soviet Delegate Valerin Zorin told the subcommittee Russia will study the plan carefully. He suggested however that the plan was unfair to Russia and favored the West in that it the deadlock in disarmament did not allow for soviet inspection of american nato and Seato bases in Japan North Africa the Middle East and elsewhere. British sources described his broadcast. We have he said later in a British to off the cuff comment As Una 1 Morable Dulles privately View Zorin s reaction As not As bad As had Lipen feared and about As Good nothing to conceal if Russia has nothing to conceal she will accept the plan. If she has sections of the soviet something to Haile she will re is line been an Macri fuse Jean informant said. Life termer flees Quentin san Quentin. My Carlos j. Galarza 29, of los Angeles serving a life term in san Quentin prison for the murder of his wife escaped yesterday. Prison officials said Galarza working with a construction new of convicts in the. Prison grounds vanished Between . And 3 . When guards made a routine Check. An All Points bulletin was is sued to police departments for Salarza who is slender dark and 5 feet 9 inches tall and weighs about 137 pounds. Mcelroy rumoured for defense Post Cincinnati. Up the Cincinnati enquirer said last night that Neil h. Mcelroy president Proctor Gamble co., has been offered the Post of Secre tary of defense by president Eisenhower. Topeka. Up ill be in new York by sept. Said 73-year-j old Patrick p. Thienes As arrived Here yesterday on his 17th hike across the nation. Thienes a retired Railroad employee Hopes to Complete his san Diego new York Jaunt in 69 Days to better his pre Vious record of 77 Days set in 1912. He left san Diego june 29. Wiping perspiration off his brow under a blazing Sun and a temperature of 101 degrees thienes said of walking keeps you healthy. Good for married. Vivien in 1940-after he was named Core Sponden in a divorce suit by the first husband Leigh hoi Man. Olivier said it. Will be their first vacation apart since their marriage. He will join her in Yugoslavia at the end of the gets the heat1 de Queen Ark. W a Bullet proof Cadillac custom Sedan which the owner said was built for the. Late Al Capone has been destroyed in a theater warehouse fire Here. K. Lee Williams of de Queen who bought the car in connection with publicity for the movie said Spon Vaneous combustion of old ilm in the warehouse apparently started the fire. Inside today s Independent Moscow Freedom crusade americans attending russian youth festival Are holding Street Corner seminars in red 20. Flu Hay close schools churches and Heaters May be closed by an asian flu epidemic this 2. Adams 9 Allen 9 business .13 Massif led .34 comics. Ii Connolly .2 i Considine .9 opinion 9 features .6 religion .4 health 9 sports Leadabrand Nash. Obituaries s theater 2 9 to radio 7 w your v i

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