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Independent, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1957, Pasadena, CaliforniaTh1 it Okinawa typhoon Tokyo. Ins monday typhoon Agnes sideswiped the . Far East bastion of Okin Awa today and moved North Northwest at 20 Miles an hour heading toward Western Kyushu in Southern Japan. Two . Army privates were reported missing in the typhoon. They disappeared at Maeyama South of Okinawa while attempting to bring a Landing Craft into a sheltered Anchorage. Observers meanwhile fixed the position of the typhoon Cen Ter As 90 Miles East of Okinawa at 8 . Seventy mile an hour fringe winds of the big storm hammered Okinawa but there were no reports of major dam age. Air Force weathermen in Tokyo said typhoon Agnes packs 180-mile an hour winds at its Center. As the storm moved toward Japan 45-mile winds started to Buffet the Amati and Oshima islands South of Kyushu. Japanese coast guard the has warned ships in the Kyushu area to seek refugee in the nearest ports. Auto body Pioneer Farina Dies at 72 Turin Italy a Giovanni Farina 72, a Pioneer in Auto Mobile body designing died yesterday. In recent years he has de voted most of his time to the heavier body styles and trucks. Weather Southland. If variable cloudiness today mostly sunny. Some night and Early morning Low Clouds along coast. Few scattered afternoon and eve Ning thundershowers mountains and Interior. Slightly cooler. Pasadena some cloudiness today. Mostly sunny. Low last night 68. Slightly cooler today with High about 86. Light smog. Morning burning prohibited. High Low Boston 75 59 Chicago 74 64 Clev Faid 81 60 Driver 83 53 Detroit 73 look Beach 73 los Annelu 91 Elaml minnea Polis Orleans Ork Oklahoma so Pasadena 111 sfih111. San Francisco 68 Seattle 69 Washington St boy plunges from Cliff suffers fractured Skull a 13-year-old boy slipped off a sleep Cliff in the Chantry Flats Region of the san Plene Canyon yesterday falling some 50 feet and suffering severe injuries Over much of his body. Richard Wade of Torrance was in serious condition ast night in Monrovia Hospital mob protests negro s Purchase of Home a Levittown pa., mob gathers outside the Headquarters of veterans of foreign wars Post seeking to oust a negro family which bought a Home in Levittown. Wife Daisy division. William Myers his and three children Are the first negroes to Purchase a Home in a new sub adjournment fever hits Washington. Adjourn ment fever aggravated by the urge to travel was spreading through Congress yesterday. Senate and House leaders have hopefully set saturday As tentative Date for ending the present session which began last january but they won t be at All surprised if it runs through the following week. They Are determined to get out of town before labor Day unless some new obstacle arises. Many members already have plans which would be rudely upset if the session continues into september. These plans include plane and ship Reser wilted residents watching Dusty mining town succumb Randsburg Cal. Ins wilted residents of the Dusty City of Randsburg sit quietly today watching their Community turn into a ghost town around them. And the same thing is happening in the neighbouring communities of ked Mountain Johannesburg and Aloha three Small watering holes on the Flat scorching floor of California s Mojave desert. They watch their towns die with the certain Assurance that where there is no work there is no Way to live. What has dealt the probably final blow to the weary communities was the closing of the sur cease mining co. Last month. The Tungsten producing mine employed 300 wage earn ers from the four town population of about 1200. Paul Hoefling manager of the mine located in Aloha blames Congress for the apparent end of the area s productive value. He said Congress passed a Law july 1, 1956, allocating s70 million for the Purchase of Tungsten. The amount was to have lasted until december of next year but now it is almost gone and the going Price for unit of Tungsten had dipped Well below the expected asking the company its remaining Money dwindling fast buys the strategic Alloy used in a Maze of manufacturing proc esses from miners who in turn lease individual shafts. The miners who contend imported Tungsten has ruined the american Market have two choices they can seek work elsewhere or they can wait and Hope their communities will live again. Is handbag repair service a Herboldt 466 e. Cole., by 2-1394 clearance Sale every item reduced during this twice yearly store wide Sale Here s your Chance to save on Home furnishings of Quality special savings on some custom orders too Sale ends saturday August 24th contemporary chairs solid Teakwood with Woven seat and Back. Black or natural Wood. You be seen these at twice the Price a prize buy 2 for 6995 Here 4re a few of our red hot specials Mony More in store for the Early Birds. Modern 3-piece curved sectional up bolstered in durable soft Green Tweed fabric. Reg. 485.00 Sale 100.00 5-pc. Black Metal dining group by Vir tue. Fable opens to plus 4 Chain. Reg. 74.95 Sale 49.95. Save 25.00 other virtue groups As Low As i Price upholstered club chairs armless. Just 3 left in different fabrics. Reg. 59.95 Sale 39.95 save 20.00 heavy duty Peel Cane chairs. This is our strongest lightweight chair Reg. 11.95 2 for 16.95 5-piece Rattan group upholstered in colourful plastic 3-pc. Sectional chair cock Tail table. Wonderful or out Reg. 179.95 Sale 55.00 All summer furniture 15% to 50% reductions variations group by Brown Saltman. This celebrated group has been reduced 30% below list Price for this clearance. Imported Teakwood furniture reduced first time 10% off budget terms to suit you Lazy Back throw pillows your Choice contemporary n casual shop n. Los Robles at Villa St 4-3103 4 lids. N. Of i Roadway in 153 e. Rowland 2-1021 also in Pasadena 245 e. Colorado hotel Hunting Jon distinctive apparel jewelry Olid men. I fit. It vat Lons Lor trips abroad. This a doctor at Rancho Del Medico in Duarte where the youth was Token for Emer gency treatment said Rich Ard s head sustained both a Skull fracture and a concus Sion. The boy also suffered severe cuts and bruises on the head left and left knee and pos sible internal injuries. Fatigue plagues Aga s widow Cannes. Ins the Begum Aga Khan widow of the Aga Ihan was reported yesterday under medical attention for distress and fatigue which Fol Lowed her husband s death last month. The Begum s doctors have being a non election year the ordered her to rest and avoid number of junkets or official inspection trips is High. The congressional work docket is such that it could be disposed of quickly once the controversy Over a civil rights Bill is settled. This Bill originally passed by he House and then amended by the Senate to provide Forl jury trials in criminal con empt of court cases is now Back in the House. Other than the civil rights Bill the House still must con rider an appropriation for the atomic Energy commission. The Senate has on its Calen Dar House approved Bills to the of civil service employees and postal workers. T is expected to Send both these measures to the president whose congressional leaders predict a veto. Likely to be shunted aside until next year is another House approved Bill to raise postal rates. The Senate still must act on he annual foreign Aid appropriation Bill which cleared the Louse last thursday. Travel the doctors orders Wil cause the fourth wife of the late Aga to miss two planned memorial services for him. Miss France of the Aga s fourth Bride shortly after he divorced his third wife in 1943. Richard was Rescue at about pin. By Deputy Joe Brown of the sheriff s Temple City station and the Sierra Madre search and Rescue squad. Brown said the youth brought into the Canyon by or. And mrs. John Hess of 4634 Cogswell Del Monte friends of his parents or. And mrs. Chester Wade wan dered off with another boy. The identity of his compan Ion whom Richard apparently met after his arrival was not mown. The two were climbing up the Steep Trail at about . When Richard lost his loot ing. 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