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Independent, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1957, Pasadena, CaliforniaKnowland Johnson fight Over seating senator Washington Dpi Sens. Lyndon Johnson a tex., and William Knowland r calif., got into a shouting face to face swear argument Over Knowland s Balking at seating Wisconsin s new democratic senator elect William e. Proxmire last of night the hassle broke out on the Senate floor shortly after Proxmire flew into town and the scene of his future activity. Plans had been Laid for vice president Richard Nixon to Proxmire in at last night s session but Knowland blocked it he would hate to wait for official word Proxmire s election from gov. Vernon Vav. Thomson Day. Democratic Leader Johnson loudly complained that Thom son a Republican was prevent ing Proxmire from being seated by his delay in sending a Telegram to the Senate. Just As heatedly Republican Leader Knowland replied that the delay came because Thom son had not been asked for the wire until about 6 . Last to evening. He said the Senate should wait until today swear in Proxmire. With Strong sarcasm John son replied i just merely Potat out that the govenor of Wisconsin has found it Imp sible to ret a wire Here to bouts the time Ete peed since c ." am a Little surprised at the s e n a t o r s Knowland retorted. I am try ing to cooperate. I Don t think to it s fair or equitable to criticize the govenor i criticizing the gov Johnson snapped. His face turning White Knowland shouted Back Well leave that to the consent needed since unanimous consent is required to swear in Proxmire the oath taking was set tentatively for 10 . Edt today. Proxmire arrived in Washington within 24 hours after his overwhelming election As the successor to the late sen. Joseph r. Mccarthy. For Oungre sat on a divan alongside one of the Walls of the chamber As Knowland and Johnson argued for about j5 minutes. Johnson had to interrupt a Long speech against the civil rights Bill by sen. Strom Thurmond a s.c., to announce the difficulties he had been having in trying to persuade Knowland to let Proxmire be sworn in last night Thurmond filibusters Senate on Compromise rights Bill Washington. Of the Senate was forced into one of its longest sessions of the year last night when sen. Strom Thurmond d., s.c., levelled what was billed As a Marathon attack on the Compromise civil rights Bill. Thurmond who began speaking shortly after pan. Not refused to say How Long he would talk. But when asked by reporters if his speech might run beyond 3 ., he replied it other sources had said he might talk 12 hours. The South Carolina senator one of the most vocal foes of the House approved Bill began his attack after an hour Long enforced recess. It was called after the Well of Southern oratory temporarily ran dry. Weather variable cloudiness today but mostly sunny. Little change in temperature. High about 86. Smog More weather on Page 4. Independent Home edition the Yankees All but knocked the White sox from the Pennant race with a 5-4 win last night to boost their Lead to games. Sports pm. 17 vol. 42 by Angeles by i 29, 1957 press portly Dave faces More grief. Beck indicted on 7 counts of income Fox version Tacoma Wash. A Federal grand jury yester Day for the second time Beck of income tax evasion and also charged that his son and four others conspired Beck to conceal the teamster Union 1 president s True income. Of 16 men and five women reported to . Judge John c. Bowen at the end of a week investigation with a seven count indict ment in which Beck was accused of evading in taxes in the years named with Beck were his son Dave jr., Fred ver Schueren an auditor for the International teamsters Union Nathan Shefferman a Chicago labor relation s con and Shefferman s son Shelton and Norman Gessert a teamsters Union organizer and a Cousin of mrs. Beck or. The jury accused each of conspiring to conceal Beck s taxable income which the jury said was for the years population increase perils Man Stanford. Ins a scientist predicted last night that the world s population will Ruple in about 100 years and warned that Man s Days on Earth Are numbered unless lowering of the birth rate be comes a global practice. Or. James Murray Luck Stanford University biochemist and president of the Pacific division of the american Assn. For the advancement of Sci ence called the population bomb More dangerous than Clear weapons in respect to eventual survival of the human race. In a presidential address pre pared for delivery before his organization meeting of the Stanford University Campus in conjunction with the american biological societies convention professor Luck Richard c. Fildew was named dear or. Johnson or. Runyons. Column about their Skunk re minded me i have not brought Jitou up to Date on the Story of Tabu. Well believe it or not she came Home for the second. Time. She was gone exactly two weeks Day and Glutton that she is i was the pangs of hunger that brought her Back. Tell or. Ruh Yon for my that his yes dear is on the right track As Tabu came for the dog biscuits i put out for her. I m sure she knew me As she came when i patted the ground and let me pick her up. Believe me it was a. Tense moment before i was sure it was Tabu. She has gained quite a reputation through animal Al bum and is becoming quite a character. Gets me up in the morning by pulling the covers off my bed. Time will Tell just How platonic her two weeks on the town really was. I am not looking Forward to Little Skunk lets. Thanks again for your interest in our animal family. Dorothy Gorby 340 Glen summer Road Pasadena if dear or. Johnson i Hope there s some thing else Dorothy Gorby in t looking Forward to . Dear or. Runyon at last for nine years today i have travelled Over Fillmore Street be tween Al Molino and Oak land. I must say it was the roughest gouged out Hole in the Road Street in Pasadena. If you had a Tun to rut four was reported As 1951-53 but the second indictment of Beck. On May 2, the same grand jury accused the Union Leader of evading in taxes in 1950. Raises bail after receiving yesterday s indictment judge Bowen is sued a Bench warrant for the arrest of each of the defend ants. He i raised the bail for Beck or. From the i set after his May to and fixed bail for the others at sept. 12 was set for the arraignment. Scientist says glared abortion at the request of the prospective Mother should not Only be permitted but in some instances encouraged. Education in the prac Tice of. Contraception should be increased research on this important subject should be fostered especially lit the Hope that an effective contraceptive Pill could be devel oped. Governments should give serious thought to a decrease of the subsidies family allowances and direct benefits extended to he parents of children and to through tax reductions science has Given to Man the Means of reducing death rates and the techniques Neces sary for lowering birth rates but is delivering these Bount receive the former and is hos tile toward the latter the Kildaw moves up. Judge if few now Superior Pasadena municipal judge to fill one of 10 new Superior ?6urt judge slips yesterday by 3ov. Goodwin j. Knight Fildew 43, of 622 Coleman st., Altadena practising attorney in los Angeles for 17 years until his appointment by Knight to the Pasadena. Munici pal court in 1955. That appoint ment filled the unexpired term of judge William e. Fox who was elevated to the Superior court Bench. Big Case Load Fildew an original member he indirect Relief e x t e n e orc the California Law revision commission which recommends statutory revisions to the legislature was instrumental in reorganizing the Pasadena my handle a is to a world that is eager Case Load during the last year the local courts handled More cases than two years Ronque St of and at the same time Lent a judge to the Superior court Bench on a full time basis. As a temporary appointee to the los Angeles county Superior courts last june Fildew opened up a new court depart ment 47, in the criminal Divi Sion. During1 july he handled 66 felony trials in that court in the mornings and handled an average of eight Law and motion cases every afternoon. Fildew said last night it was quite possible that he be assigned to the new court when his appointment becomes effective sept. 11. Two other local men were also named yesterday to the new Superior court judgeship. Only to aggravate the the noted biochemist Holder of numerous scientific honors spoke of an accelerating growth of population which unless checked will reach about nine billion by the year 2050. He urged that governments As Well As other organized groups budget for the future so that Mankind does not lose its Bat be against the he cited a wealth of statistics o show that expansion of food and Industrial production even Vith the potentially vast Bene its of atomic Energy Are not keeping Pace with the burgeon no population growth. Sources of conventional foods further stacking up the turn to four and he said the dwindling re they Are Donald a. Odell Alta Dena resident and a practising urls metals and Timber Are attorney in los Angeles and Ter los Angeles municipal judge turn to four consolidated Layoff to hit 500 employees aircraft order cutback blamed for dismissals upward of 500 employees at the consolidated electrodynamics Plant in Pasadena will be released in the next 90 Days due to a slowdown in orders for aircraft instruments the firm reported yesterday. Fifty employees hired for the summer months were of to close seven bases including Maywood depot Washington. Aug 28 in the air Force announced yesterday plans to shut Down seven facilities in six states. The facilities and scheduled closing dates included Cheli air Force dept May Wood fourth Quarter of fiscal year i960 which be gins july 1, 1959, and Wen Dover Utah Ait. Force base Between october and Cem Berthe a or Force said civilian employees will be Given other jobs if possible and service personnel will be reassigned. The Chell air depot employs 2150 civilian and 16 military personnel in its Job of Supply and storage of ground service equipment electronic supplies clothing fire rages on 10-mile perimeter a 3000-acre Brush and Timbe fire fanned by afternoon winds continued to rage uncontrolled last night in los padres National Forest three Miles from Fillmore. The u. S. Forest sen ice sail the Blaze named the Boulde Creek fire was burning on a 10-mile perimeter North wan from the Vicinity of the Towi into uninhabited Forest Higl country. Fire officials said Crews Hai a 50-50 Chance of containing Thi Blaze during the night. They said however the fire was stil making Progress along 2 Miles of the perimeter. Some -800 men from the Forest service three counties and the nearby Navy Hasps were battling the fire with the Aid of five aircraft number of scouting Heli copters. Given notice yesterday that to Morrow will be their last work ing Day. An undetermined number of other of All classifications hired since january will be let out in the next two months. Frank Jones Public relations director for the 3400 employee instruments firm said 1850 employees were hired this year on the expectation that sales would increase from to a cutback of 30 to 35% in production to fulfil instr hint orders already placed with consolidated by aircraft Furnis will bring sales closer to he said. Jones emphasized that the contracts have not been can celled but that production has been temporarily stalled due to cancellation of government con tracts to some aircraft plants supplied by consolidated. Relocation try Jones said the firm will at tempt to relocate its unemployed in neighbouring plants. Personnel directors of several including Jet propulsion lab oratory corp., will visit consolidated on tuesday he s the second Man in history to this Pryst Sydney Hughes of the British Royal air Force yesterday was no. 2 to Demon Tratt a new Low level election it vice for at left a i Juit above the plans after firing hit ejection charge at Patoux int md., naval air station at. Center he s some 80 feet in the air As he and his seat right part company. At right he Hitt Tho ground hard but unhurt after Brief Parachute drop to. Interview employees affected by the cutback. Most of those who put ii. It Stufano on stand with lawyer Arthur. Crabby. Happy says confident he French actress Orinne Calvet was quoted yesterday in los Angeles at the criminal libel trial of confidential Magazine As haying said on a. Television program that she was flattered by an article describing her As Alfred Stefano a new York the publication testified As a sense witness that the confidential Story on miss Calvet s amorous relations with two their notice today would Haven husbands was and one been leaving anyway. Many " Are College Jones said yesterday. The ones to be affected next will be probationary employees those hired this year. The old ones will be the last to Jones said however that the cutback will affect nost All departments although he added that consolidated is still looking for Good Engi those fired this week for turn to Page four Crews halt fire in 2-hour Battle Al Monte. City and county fire trucks battled a five acre Brush fire near Fletcher Avia Tion company nearly two and a half hours yesterday halting t before it could spread to near by Industrial properties. Two Al Monte City units and to county units responded to he alarm shortly before 3 . And found a Large area on a Raona blvd. East of Rosemead blvd. In names. It took about an hour to get he Blaze under full control. Mopping up operations con i Mcd the rest of the time. No buildings were damaged. Herself admitted it. Said miss Calvet had appeared on a television interview program conducted by Bill Stout Here and called Eye to .Stefano then was asked about stage and screen pro Ducer Mike Todd supplying confidential with information about himself for a Story and said the Broadway figure s account was the basis for an amusing but not sexy Story which was read to Todd and approved by him. The Story was published about the time around the world in 80 Days was premiered and or. Todd thought it was Good Public the witness said. The defense had brought Todd s name into the Case Toi prove that famed theater celebrities supplied the Maga Zine with information for articles. 94 loss in sinking of Argentine boat Buenos Aires. Up an offi Cial announcement last night said 94 persons Are missing in the sinking of an Argentine River Steamer following a Colli Sion with an american freighter tuesday night. Inside today s Independent Ike admits gop got president Eisenhower and other top gop spokesmen admitted that the party took a beat ing in tuesday s Senate election in Page 16. State approves milk Price the state Bureau of milk control yesterday approved increases in milk prices1 ranging from a Penny to a cent and a half. Page 7. I Adams 15 Allen. 15 justness 22 classified 23 comics 29 Connolly 10 Consi Imine .15 features .29 health .15 Kny 6 leaclabrand.15 nash.15 obituaries.23 opinion.15 reporter s diary.5 slip for .171 sports.17 tv-radio.21 women. Go your slavs .2ljl Powers keep clean living Nelson Powers he s 90 today by Jim Galbraith a Granddaddy of a birth Day party is scheduled today at 1171 Forrest ave. Almost As Many people Are going to be there As the number of years the gentleman honoured has lived. That would make 90 peo Nelson Powers said. Powers a Small Man who stands As straight As he has lived had his 90th birthday yesterday. But the real Cele bration comes today. Yesterday was t a Good Day for a party. Powers had to get his Yard work done. And he did the House work said mrs. Bertha Gamble Powers youngest daughter who lives with Liim at the Forest Avenue address. He s Sharp Alert a this was proved moments later when someone asked Pou n s what h was like to celebrate his with year. Well now i really Don t turn to raw Kouri

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