California Pasadena Independent Newspaper Archives Jan 31 1962, Page 1

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Independent, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1962, Pasadena, CaliforniaWeather today some cooler weather Page 20. 10 cents i Market yesterday s Rise 1962 s 18 sail Gabriel Valley s Only morning Telephone ail 1-4871 Pasadena Calif. L los examples of important of Urban areas which has died in the cow country Senate has been ordered by the a Board of supervisors. Page sen. Roman a Huska a Nob has accused Senate drug investigators Oje speculation and us ing innuendo in suggesting ads for prescription drugs were designed to delude doctors. Page 4 top of the news inside 1 Armstrong Jones calmly ignoring criticism Over his newspaper Job a Surprise visit to his new office and then took Princess Margaret to the us. Embassy for a lecture. Page 8. Los 70-year-old woman has testified that she paid nearly to the Fremont Christian clinic for cancer treatments and then discovered she did not have the disease. Page 5. Strom Thurmond who touched Oft a Senate inquiry his charges of the , has testified that he does to Aptha of the Pentagon s policies on speech clearance. Page los Pasadena surgeon says that most i children Are Svonder Lul the Only problem if their parents he said it a meeting of the american col lege of 2. Pair die in Aerial act fall View circus tragedy Detroit members of the plying High wire troupe Dicj last night and one was injured when their human Pyramid buckled and they fell to the floor while performing in Ilie shrine circus at the Mich Igan state Fairgrounds. Dieter Schepp 23, died at the same Hospital where Rich Ard Faughnan 29, Sarasota fin., died earlier in the eve Ning. Schepp died of Multi head injuries. Faughnan s death was attributed to a Skull fracture. A doctor at the Hospital said Mario Wallenda 29, was still critical. Schepp s sister Jana 21, was reported in fair Condi Tion. Karl Wallenda 56, was treated for Shock and held Over night when a rays showed a previous Pelvic injury. Three other members were released after examinations. Dieter and Jana Schepp came to America last year after fleeing from East Berlin. Their Uncle Karl Wallenda is the owner of the tight rope act. He said he helped get them out of soviet East the Type Tendas have been for More than 30 years. Karl brother Herman two of Hie first to gain prominence have lived in Sara Sola the late 1920 s. Police said tie Accident happened when one. Of the men lost his balance Oil the wire Felt and pulled the other two men off with him. According to a circus offi Cial the performers had completed their Pyramid act arid wore ready to leave the wire when one of the men lost his balance. Th6 circus Man said the artist apparently lost his fooling when he became ill. The girl who was on top of the Trio formed their Pyramid grabbed and held on until an emergency net could be rigged. She fell into lie net but was injured. Saw tragedy a crowd of More than was on hand at the show. Four police ambulances were sent to the Arena the three unconscious men were quickly earned to a first Airro Smout Side the Arena and the Shrin prs who act As. Ushers at the circus formed a cordon around he injured girl who was lying in the circus ring. Most Otth e crowd remained Tiern to Page 13, column 3 heat hits record again-82 a Sartina s summer in midwinter weather went right on breaking records yesterday. The maximum of 82 de Grees made wan nest i Jan. 30 in record.1 the next. High was.81 on Jan. 83 also was a record foil the Date and Sun Day s was the hottest january Day on the records Pasadena a Tor department going Back More than a Quarter Century. Inside the Independent 27 Al a. Classified crossword. Comics a Diloria financial Virginia Kay Marjorie Russ Lea dab rapid Walter Lippmann 21-26 2010. 18-19 11 6 v. 11 10 10 society. 6-7 sports 14-16 or Steincrohn 11 Bill St incr v.1. 13 Ali enters 17 to radio 0 Villa statistics 20. Aeri Aust Accident series of pictures capture when one High wire artist.be-. Lost balance and fell to his1 de alar another died and iwo were Virjo red during a if Chis at the of -.pejroit. Pict Irei of j top., in Oro photo Riole and members of the troupe clinging to Deteo Richard Jelf de of injuries. Bottom. Kote shows the Jana --21 falling into a .safely., net that was brought under her. She was injured but Iri fair team who. Fell from the wire was reported Ilni critical condition the than persons was reported Ilni critical condition the tragedy Wai than photographer o. A Hansen took the 13 nations support . Cuba expulsion passed by Oas j communist leanings flayed 6 abstentions Havana Lone no Punta Del Este uru Gay Cuba was expelled from the organization of Ameri can states Oas Early to Day by the affirmative vote of 14 of the 21 nations at the inter american foreign ministers conference Here. Cuba voted against the move and six other nations refusing to go it abstained. The vote

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