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Independent, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1962, Pasadena, CaliforniaWeather cloudiness Complete weather news on Page 29 to cents san Gabriel Only morning Newsic incr Telephone All 1-4871 i Best in sports jets fold . Pro basketball quits. Page 22 Pasadena calif., Friday Jan. 19, 1962 Rescue workers Are Labouring feverishly to Shoro up a shall sunk into an abandoned search of two boy scouts missing since last sunday. Page 20.riot police and soldiers have at tacked two terrorist hideaways in Oran killing 14 mos lems and capturing 10 in a stepped up Campaign to out a new wave of violence. Page 25. Top of the news inside strongman Antoine Given a who has been under House arrest at Stanleyville is to have eluded his guards and escaped to Kundu in Eastern Congo. Page 2. A Sadka promotion of judge Gordon l. Files of Pasadena to the District court o appeals and appointment of judge Harold f. Collins of Altadena to county Superior court has been announced. Page 21. Los anon los a million Dollar slander suit involving properly used to secure it loan to sex vice presi Dent Nixon s brother Lias been filed against Howard Hughes by a los Angeles lax accountant. Page 4. Mccone Marino new director of the Central intelligence Agency has out lined his duties before the Senate armed scr los com Mitte which is considering his nomination. Page 38. Hahn elected Rose tourney president v by Spuhr Stanley Hahn Rose tourney president a Landry Hahn Pasadena at Torney and native son was elected president of the Pasa Dana tournament of roses last night at a meeting of the Board of directors in tournament House. Hilles m. Bedell was elevated to vice president Waller r. Hofflin or. To treasurer and .7. Randolph Richards Pasa Dana industrialist was chosen from the executive committee As Secretary. In the regular order of events with officers moving up through the this will mean that Richards will be president of tie 1966 tournament of roses. Max Colwell was reflected executive Secretary and Man Ager Lor the 10th year. At a membership meeting the lecture Hal of the in Public Library yesterday after noon Robert d. Kennedy who has served on the tournament committees Lor nearly 20 years was elected As a new member of the tournament s Board of directors and mayor c. Lewis Edward was named a member of the policy Mak ing executive committee. Raymond a. Dorn president of tie i960 tournament was honoured by the membership by election As a life director following his retirement from the executive committee. Judge h. Burlon Noble presi Dent of the 1d62 tournament retired to the executive com Mittee where he will serve for two years. He was presented with a color television set and congratulated on the Success turn to i column 3 Odd requests told do by our self wills derided where there s a will there s a lawsuit a Pasadena attorney pointed out yesterday in referring to the Home made variety of bequests. Mph yourself Holographic wills City director c. M. In Inton observed Are one of the greatest causes of litigation and lawyers ices in probation proceed Ings. Talking As his title where there s a will there s a he addressed the Pasadena kiwanis club on strange betimes is. In his View technicalities appear which invite court contests som Ellmes these Home made documents turn out to be completely Worth less. And yet perhaps Only a like for instance the tale Little attention by a lawyer Iriton fold about a Man insured Liat the distribution would have been As the decedent wanted who in leaving part of his estate to his wife added the proviso that she must be married within a certain period. He was not it developed concerned about her Happi Ness. He wanted the Satis faction of knowing that someone else is going to suf Fer As i or there was the one about the Man who left his wife a pair of trousers. The last testament reported was what she Al ways tried to Wear in our Linton told these things by Way of leading up to his main thesis which was that strange wills May be perfectly Legal but the legally questionable ones make All the trouble. He said some essential de Tail is Orritt cd in the will. Don t blame Carrier boys a press breakdown was responsible for late delivery or in some cases non delivery yesterday of the inde pendent. The Independent and Star news currently Are under going an expansion and re modelling project including the installation of new presses. Frank Gwinn circulation manager emphasizes that Carrier boys were not responsible for the lag in de liveries. It. Well drawn testaments advised Mil take care of inheritances be quests establishment of trusts and will serve to re Duce tax imposts. One of the wills discussed was written in Pasadena. Linton told of the will of the late Hulett c. Merritt a local Multi millionaire who not Only set Down rules against smoking and drink ing among his heirs but required them to name their children perhaps the most ironic of Union s tales was about an englishman who hinted to two faithful employees that he would remember them in drawing his will. All he asked was that they should continue to take care of his Garden. Before his death he had done a lot of work in the Garden on his own. When he was gone it developed that neither employee knew anything about a will. The House was searched without Success. They could t find it. Then one of them thought about the Garden. They went out and dug up every foot of it. Still no will. It was Only established afterwards that the Man in the presence of witnesses had written his testament with seeds. If they had been permitted to grow they would have spelled out the terms. Now nobody would Ever know what they were. Inside the Independent Bridge .37 classified .31-36 comics .----.----37 crossword .34 de Tolidano .18 editorial .18 finance.-.28 Virginia Kay .19 Russ Leadabrand .19 James marlow.18 Doug Mcmann .19 Lee Merriman .18 opinion .19 Robert c. Ruark___19 Rube Samuelsen .22 society .6 sports.22-2i or. Steincrohn .19 Heaters .17 to radio .27 vital statistics .29 Deputy shot in ambush West Palm Pla. Dpi a Deputy sheriff who had been investigating Gam bling operations in Swatik Palm Beach county was shot from ambush yesterday and seriously wounded. A on Dep. Nett before Dawn was the second shooting to be linked with the continuing prove. Gov. Farris Bryant contend ing the incident gave evidence of the seriousness of the situation revealed he had sent state investigators. To West Palm Beach at the request of local help with the rackets investigation. I want to run this to the tie governor said. Within hours after Bryant s announcement a six Man jury acquitted former Palm Beach sheriff John Kirk or. Of charges of conspiring to per Mit gambling and accepting bribes while he was in office in 1954. The jury received the Case at . An hour later it filed Back in and requested a full Reading of the testimony of the state s two Star witnesses for Mer county solicitor t. Harold Williams and former police it. William d. Lockleer. Apparently it was a conflict in the testimony of Williams and Lockleer that won acquit Tal for Kirk who had served As sheriff for 16 years before his election defeat by Republican Martin Kellenburger. Kel Lenberger suspended by the governor goes on trial a March on four charges grow ing out of investigation of gambling rackets in the county. Project termed flexible Pepper plans told at meet residents of the Pepper redevelopment area were told last night by officials of the Community redevelopment Agency of Pasadena and the citizens Urban re Idwal advisory committee hat the area is not irrevocably committed to demolition and rebuilding. David Rosen chairman of Curac s relocation commit tee told a gathering at Lincoln school i Don t think any of us Are committed to anything. 1 would say that we Are not All convinced Aslo a particular representatives of various Community organizations with in the Pepper area poured questions and protests upon the Cra and Curac officials at the end of a formal pro Gram in which phases of the project were explained. W. D. Edson president of the progressive Community association inc., protested at lie outset of the meeting that too much time was allotted to presentation of Pepper s pro Gram and too Little for the viewpoints of he affected Resi dents. T. Ross Williams executive director of Cra that it was necessary to place time limit on the formal meet ing because of other commit ments of some of the officials but that he would remain As Long As anyone wanted to com ment or ask questions. Hammond Nash chairman of Curac commented that there is Opportunity for Citi Zens to be heard at Public hearings held on the first and third wednesdays of each month at , Nash said lie likes to think the advisory group he Heads is the conscience of the com William h. Boone Cra re location and property Man Ager said the Agency intends to go beyond provisions of the Law that All persons displaced a relocation receive decent Safe and quarters within their ability to pay and in no less desirable Loca Tion. A woman in the audience asked Why promised Low inter est Loans for relocation could not be Given As Well to Home owners to improve their prop erty. Williams replied that we an t change the he said he Federal Home Agency has Leld that because of narrow streets and Short lived construction in the Pepper area Riri vate houses there Are not suitable for improvement Loans. Weekend travel guide whale of a shot staged along Southland coast by Buss Leadabrand whales Are putting on quite a show heading South along the coast toward Scammon s Lagoon in Baja California. These can be seen from whale watching stations at Marine land at Palos Verdes and off Point Loma. Experts say that the whale Parade is spectacular this year with the big mammals coming in close to Shore be tween the Channel islands and the Mainland. A new boat service on whale in Tang expeditions leaves from Navy Landing at Long Beach daily at 12 noon. The Alpha carries 200 passengers sails out into the open sea looking for the California Gray whales. For More information on the Aloha you May Call the Avalon navigating co. Long Beach he. 2-5463 or up. 5-3623. Auto caravans and guided hikes leave every saturday and sunday morning from the Palm Canyon Headquarters of the Anza Borrego desert state turn to Page 5, column 1 sets peacetime record Juk Calls new budget prudent the Federal budget receipts a Eili Mett 7963 tufted at Guettl zi3 we Ricote Chat l. The Federal budget this Chart show expenditure and receipts Brough Forth in president Kennedy an Nual budget message. To Congress far 1963 Al sol year. Billion budget Calls for billion More spending Thon any peacetime budget Ever la omitted. State to pay billion by Douglas b. Cornell Washington Kennedy brought Forth yesterday what he termed a prudent responsible billion budget that Calls for a Small shaky surplus and billion More spending than any peacetime budget Ever submitted to Congress. Kennedy said it will strengthen the Domestic Economy the National defense and a free world still under the Shadow of threatened War. This new budget is for the 1963 fiscal year beginning next july 1. The president sent it up to Capitol Hill accompanied by a message telling Why he thinks it is a Good one. An official of the California taxpayers Assoc Allon predicted yesterday in los Angeles that residents of this state will be called upon to contribute per cent of president Kennedy s 592.5 billion budget. The estimate was made by J. Arnold general Mana Ger of the taxpayer group. He placed the approximate California contribution toward. Meeting budget requirement at billion. Jarnold gave this breakdown 56.2 billion for defense International affairs and related National Security programs ?1 billion toward interest on the National debt Billon for turn to Page 5, column i Richards to . Senate seat charging that . Sen. Thomas h. Kuchel is a Polit ical state sen. Richard Richards said yester Day in los Angeles hell seek he democratic nomination for Kuchel s Post in California s june primary. A c h a r d s., 45, has represented populous los Angeles county in the state Senate since 195-1. Kuechl a Republican from Anaheim Defeated Richards latter made a Simi Lar bid to unseat him in 1956. Richards. Is the second Democrat to enter this year s senatorial Handicap. The other is assemblyman. Thom As m. Rees of los Angeles. Soon after Richards held his lews conference to announce his Campaign Dis closed that hell meet with newsmen today. He declined to discuss the subject matter except to say i am of course recon Sid and will be prepared to go into the whole thing in detail there has been speculation hat would prefer to run or Richards seat in the leg Slature rather than oppose him for he democratic Nom nation for the . Senate. Of Kuchel Richards said California is entitled to More than half representation by a half apologetic re Santo Domingo Domini can deposed provisional ruling state coun cil last night recaptured control Ottlie dominican govern ment from the Junta headed by military strongman Gen. Pedro Rodriguez Echavarria. Rodriguez Echavarria the 37 year old general who threw out the Council 48 hours before was imprisoned in a military counter coup and four of his Junta members also were a deposed dominican Council regains Power in Washington to . Slate department said it had no immediate come sent on the new turn of events. It had supported the Council and strongly opposed the Junla that took Over tuesday. In its first act after return ing to the National Palace the Council unanimously approved a motion by Bonnelly to accept the resignation of Joaquin bal Aguer president until the Over throw last tuesday. This act legally cleared the rested. Rafael Bonnelly was pro Way for As vice presi claimed new president of the ident under , to Lake Republic and head of the seven Man Council. Try try again works with and ran an Independent and Star news classified and to sell my car a couple of Days with no Calls. Started another and and sold the car in three reports mrs. Gene Hawkins 1927 Marengo ave., South Pasadena. An Independent and Star news classified and reaches the prospects you Are look ing for. Tell your Story Well plan on giving it the Neces sary Lime to do the Job and you la have Happy results. Phone s Yea More g 0311 or toll free Zenith 2330 and a Friendly advisor will help you write a Selling and in a Flash. Over As Leader of the nation. In a speech from the nation Al Palace Bonnelly a 57-year old lawyer expressed his gratitude to the armed forces for restoring the Council. The news of the lightning government turnabout touched off the wildest celebrations in the memory of old residents of this ancient Caribbean capital. Thousands poured into the streets shouting Liberty lib women wept and Church Bells from several of the oldest churches in the hemisphere pealed Forth the tidings. First indication of the coup had come from a dominican radio broadcast announced thai heroic armed forces had turned the tables. The development came after the Junta lost control in its Battle to restore order and win Public acceptance. An almost total shutdown of turn Page 5, column 5 . To shoot for 171 three tests picture on Page 3. Cape canaveral Fla. United states plans literally and figuratively to shoot for the Moon next week in what could be its proudest period of the Young space age. Undergoing final checks on launching pads Here Are three powerful rockets designed to boost the first american into orbit about the Earth to land a package of instruments on the Moon and to hurl five sat elites aloft simultaneously. A 727-Pound probe called w h i c h was developed by the Jet propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena will a used to collect the most de tailed photographs Ever taken of the Moon. The big of course is wednesday s schedule Dat tempt to rocket astronaut John h. Glenn or. Into orbit which will whip him three times around the world at altitudes up to 150 Miles in hours. But no less important to space scientists Are the Moon scheduled monday Nyrl the quintuple satellite firing for thursday. All three launching will contribute greatly to this nation s avowed goal placing a three Man astronaut team on the Moon in this decade Hope fully by 2967. 3 arrested in West Covina vengeance bombing pictures on Page 25 a disgruntled sex convict participated in bombing a West Covina attorney s Carlo gain vengeance for his going to prison Temple City sheriff s detectives charged yesterday. Three persons were arrested yesterday for the attempted killing. The plot to kill attorney a thur j. Jaffe failed but his Small foreign car was blown up by a dynamite bomb planted Svere jailed on suspicion of As the unsuccessful murder of in the vehicle. The bomb exl plodded last oct 21 when Jaffe stepped on the starter. Detectives said William r. Bixler 63, of 11731 Sitka st., Al Monte confessed he helped Robert Dundas .37, and his wife Helen 37, in the bombing and also reported two other at Jaffe which Sault with intent to commit murder and conspiracy. Mrs. Dundas was accused of conspiracy. Detective Floyd w. Rosen Berg represented Dundas when the suspect was convicted and tempts failed. To fort. Bixler a self employed plumber said both Dundas and his wife were bitter because of the conviction. In Bixler s statement several plans were concocted to do Aulo theft and burglary Bixler according to the offi Dundas 37, of 217 Gibson car confessed because Dundas Al Monte and to Supply a fee for away with Jaffe. He said the 5or suspects thought of planting a Bixler said this did t work another attempt to set off a bomb by radio impulses. Dundas was released Horn san Quentin last july. He served a three year sentence. Alleged motive for inc bomb ing was bitterness Dundas held for Jaffe after the Covina at concealed bomb on a bicycle Torney unsuccessfully defended near a spot Jaffe passed each him on a grand the Cal Auto and Day and Selling it off Wilh gun burglary charge detectives shot. Is Ald

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