California Pasadena Independent Newspaper Archives Jan 3 1962, Page 12

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Pasadena Independent (Newspaper) - January 3, 1962, Pasadena, California3, note protests . Action Washington Cuba yesterday filed a Normal pro test with the state department against alleged violations of cuban air space and territorial Waters by american vessels and planes. Czechoslovakia ambassador Miloslav Tluzek who delivered the cuban protest note said in e claimed violations number Lens and hundreds Over the past six months Czechoslovakia has handled cuban diplomatic relations with Washington since the United states broke relations with the Castro regime last Jan. 3. Ruck said it would be up to the Havana government to make the note Public. The Nole was delivered to Robert f. Woodward assist ant Secretary of stale Lor inter american affairs. Ruzek handed Woodward a Large bundle of documents spelling out the charges. The stale department no immediate comment. But it appeared the charges would extremely difficult either to prove or disprove. The list alleged violations began Lune 1, 19gi. Cuba claimed that five Jet planes from the . Naval base at Guantanamo Bay in pastern Cuba overflow. Cuban Terri tory on that Date. There was no elaboration. Havana also charged that on june 2 three Jet planes from Guantanamo violated cuban territory. Similar charges were Marie for practically every Day since then. Most the charges involved Guantanamo. But for recent months Cuba listed other places. Including Havana. Cuba has claimed previously that air and sea approach routes to Guantanamo violated cuban sovereignly. The United. States has maintained it has a right to use to Csc approaches. Cisiro hits enemies Almass cuban rally Havana up Premier Fidel Castro yesterday shouter at his enemies at Home and abroad 1nv n speech to an estimated cubans massed to celebrate the Ihirg the Triumph of ills socialist revolution. Castro said no one will Alvr to Tell the the ranks of any invasion Force at tacking his Island fortress we will exterminate them to Castro said Over flex Esker min Fil Nohn Germany r More than refugees from East Germany fled to West Germany in 1361, the ministry for refugees reported yesterday. It added that Many More escaped but did not Reg ister. Up in the in the foreground Spray a burning factory from a snorkel device two firemen operating Al Trie rear of the building Are almost obscured in a Cloud of smoke Chicago s West Side. Damage to the three Story Structure was estimated at no injured Chicago firemen reported. Water pacts called solid Progress s solid Progress on the state s Feather River project is seen by assemblyman John e. Bud Collierr Gigli and Park in the signing of contracts for water by the stale and water agencies in Alameda acid Santa Clara counties. They he said that Northern California finally has joined hands Ullh Suthera in Southland in p Oslo Leo a lion to insure adequate water to nourish growth and economic expansion throughout the the water agencies arc the Santa Clara county flood con Irol and water conservation District and the Alameda county flood control and water conservation District. According to Collier signing the contracts shows that tin stale can Hufled Ilii Pyo oct Natl deliver water Liceri acid when it is needed. To noted Flint Iho North pm California i omit Nils lire Consi Lient with Hiroso signed in Tho Smith calling for Tom sumo repayment standards whereby each Contr Nelling Agency will pay the full Cost of infill Dong Lam facilities which will Supply its project Vul or. Collier said to feels contracts vindicate the Over 1s1go when re Gas tar. communist Wal erected across Berlin in August largely stopped the flight. Only were registered in do Cember lowest monthly Lota Lor the year. The. Figure was an increase of Iho water project s Earl supporters. Those who still seek to o struck its Progress have Bee forced into a position when they can Only wage a Lull rearguard he stale e. Pasadena kit Anis club lists officers., chairmen at a special the ast Pasadena Kiwa Ilis club1 eld this week scission of committee pro cd lures president elect Laur e Meguiar announced his be Ecton of chairmen to be numerous. Groups Porat club the organization is now in s 16tli year. Installation of cd officers for iw2 eld january 17. Directors Verc also listed. In addition to president me ular the-19ig2 officers Are Edward Frick first vice Presl e no John Kellner resident Gerald a. Zak Sec Kenneth Mcaustin treasurer. The now Board of directors Horace b. Alder rennet la Cedarquist Clark i Arlen doen Fred Gloege Clifford. Huber i. William Madsen. Committee Chaitin in Are 5orgeant-at-Arnis, Samuel Sal Sian Guy Lane Hubbard boys and girls Glenn key club Manuel Cruz vocational guidance or. William Benrick Agricula lire , augus in Public and Busl less Tyler sup Vort of Kev. J. W. Ills attendance bar membership b e r n a r d Ace Kiwa Riis education and i Tor club relations or. Kail Freden. Also Sla or stunts and entertainment programs John budget Kenneth Cedarquist Laws and regulations Charles Eckles House Kenneth Smith recep Tion Wilton f. Hale bulletin Robert human remembrances and birthdays Willard Brown roster Wayne l. Christ round up Edward Frick pub Lic relations Jack Lincke United service clubs Ralph .1 Studebaker shut Down by strike South Bend ind. Us the most widespread walkout in. The. History of the Stile Baker Packard corp. Yesterday halted production at the Auto in led Auto workers walked Oft the Job As of if Ion demands for the first time All employees covered by the Union contract struck. Main disagreements were said to he shift Premium pay vacation pay and Relief or a mashup time. A company spokesman said the big stumbling Block was the latter. The company wants to reduce the 39-minute Relief Lime now in effect to 25 min utes which it said was still a minute More than its competitors allow. Agreement other two matters was near the company said. A Small group of pickets took up their posts shortly after the strike was called. Later a larger Force took Over. Picketing was described As orderly and salaried workers had to show passes to gain in France to the firm. Only about 300iclerical, and office person . Supervisory employees moved into the Plant at. Midnight to take Over the duties normally performed by guards and maintenance pm previous strikes at the Plant workers and guards and Maine Birtle control advocates convicted new j Rector of the clan la was pm circuit court with 3r c clinic s medical. For dispensing advice to i birth control be available to the married people Connecticut mrs. Girls wild replied to a question asking Why she Imd dispensed adv Csc while aware och a Law. The state enacted in two director s of a birth control clinic Yero Jound guilty yesterday o j violating the slate s 82-year control Law Fri were tie l Days n which to judg said they would Lake their supreme court in their a Light t get the controversial Law stricken irom the books. Mrs. Estelle Griswold 61 and childless test lied that re Spons Lilc parenthood req Ulric that birth control advice be available. 1879, forbids Iho use acid Sale As Well As the counselling of birth control de vices. Mrs Marr cd for 35 said that the thought emotional stability and responsible parenthood requires birth control be read classified glasses for All the family. soft Lii matk a mkt j Jim tit cd Mculty Livi Terr 3 uchi Uhi Uhll to pm Ali still tiny Ludlam Tiuliu. Get Bell ans Wiy film it still tin Tell in. I Jet Hiltl. Killil b leu. P. Y. Fir Zibull ill Valley boy scouts tour destroyer thirty two boy scouts in the san Gai Blacl Valley became acquainted with n modern de Stroyer by spending n Flay no Long Beach Louring the Lyman k. Swanson. The destroyer recently completed u Fleet rehabilitation and modernization overhaul Al the Beach hurl for. Scoutmaster taking Tho trip were Orlu Widman and Claurie Ogle or. Also on the tour were it. A null. Tom Mal Lory a physics teacher at Pasadena City College and it. Jug Robert s. Cunningham who planned Iho Outing. I. Cunningham son of or. Robert a. Re tired m.d., who lives at 655 Berkshire ave., Pasadena will to transferred in the near future to the Orient. Scouts enjoying the trip Weso Iho following Brian Tobin Scott to liar Don Storl i on Jim Olsen Steve Ogle Brian Dorn Greg Widman Ricky Smith Don Bari Arl Keith Ogle Gary con Nal Joey Randy Seguine Howard smart Don Hatch Steve Mitchell Gordon King Richard Guthaus Jim Potloff Orrin Widman Peter Schofield Mark Connal Mark Kallen Phil Dorn Ken Olson Randy Seguine sr., Eric Smith Brad Kallen Kukuruza Larry Lindblom and Randy Smith. Schecter senior citizens Ras g. Woods special events Wil Liam Clark Marvin Ives Wil George la conic or. Horace Alder or. Earle Ferris Clarles Nance employees were allowed to stay on the Job eyes examined glasses fitted Contact lenses i blended lenses budget terms. Of cultists prescriptions filled for the smartest glasses in town consult or. William Linden . Optometrist or tonal l Chort 352 Pasadena Colorado Cor. Euclid 6-6554 my. T w. Inc. Tel t. Ror Luj nimm Riall Mutual savings offices will be open saturday Jan. 6, 1962 from 9 . To 1 . For savings customers funds received or postmarked by the Lola of the month earn from the 1st. Paid four times a year accounts insured to by an Agency of the n . Government insured Mutual savings and t o n Pasadena Home office 315 East Colorado blvd. Sycamore 5-5161 32 Rosiy boy Stoufis who poured Tyman k. Swenson of Long Nau Tity stand Ca fodder of tender boding to ship. Glendale 336 North Brand blvd. Citrus 2-4146 Covina 200 North. Citrus Avenue v Edgewood 9-5476 West Arcadia 660 West Duarte Road Hillcrest 6-0166

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