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Independent, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1957, Pasadena, CaliforniaWeather night Early toe other tee mostly Miaway to Day. Little Shuce. Hick abort Yem toy 7mt weather t 10 cents 22 pages Independent classified by 6-4671 Pasadena cal., wednesday nov. 27. M7, Ike s recovery Outlook Good strife in bedlam As aide deals tie illness from Bottom of Edc Pasadena wipes out family lawyer slays wife sons kills self by Leonard Kreidt a triple murder and Sui cide yesterday wiped out a Well known Pasadena fam ily. Harvey f. Rawlings 42 a tax and corporation attorney shot his two sons Rob Ert 16, and Raymond 12 bludgeoned and shot his wife and then turned his .38 Caliper Colt revolver upon himself and ended his own life according to police. The tragedy occurred at . Yesterday in the contemporary Home at 307 Tamarac dr., but police were not called until . When the bodies were found by neighbor. No notes were found in the blood smeared House to Plain Rawlings desperate actions but a neighbor said he had been terribly despondent recently Over financial prob lems. He also related that mrs. Rawlings had told him of a recent conversation in which Rawlings spoke of committing suicide. However the same neighbor said that Only last Friday Rowlings had apparently been on the Way to a financial comeback. Heard screams Wilbur 317 Tamarac dr., a next door neighbor told police he heard tote shots and a scream at about . But did not investigate. He went to work at 5 ., worried about the sounds All Day and investigated when he returned Home he told police. Climbing a step lad financial turn to Page 2 Kostal search on Riverside of sheriff Joe Rice ordered roadblocks and an air search of the Idyllwild area yesterday following an unconfirmed report that Al Bert Kostal accused of Mur Der and fugitive from a Colo Rado prison was seen there. Photo by Elton shrouded victim carried from Rawlings Home. In protest Mirofe taxpayers plan to Start Quihui recall an angry West Covina tax layers group is. Expected to Start recall proceedings this morning against county As Sessor . Quinn re sult of Quinn s failure to appear and explain himself at a rousing mass tax protest meet no night at it san Antonio College. About persons filling a grandstand at the College their approval when Sidney Pink chairman of the Vest Covina committee for fair taxation asked if they would support a mass meeting in the los Angeles coliseum to gain signatures for the re Call. Supervisor Herbert c. Legg Snyder president s person told the crowd amid catcalls that Only 30 people attend the supervisors budget meet ing. Every taxing Agency from Congress on Down is taxing you too much leg when i see this crowd Ingry As you have a right to be i would have been pleased if i had you at the Budge said Angr murder mystery Pasadena furniture dealer slain a Stocky unkempt mystery Man and a .32 Caliper Auto his funds. Matic pistol were sought by Pasadena police yesterday in connection with the murder of i the head. When his son widow said she knew of no a local businessman. Glenn m. Bartlett 49, of 3740 Knees on the floor of the Sierra Madre blvd., who oper ated an unfinished furniture across the seat. Both doors of borne out by one resident of Pupil trained to be paid Hunter of 344 n Arroyo St business at 1935 e. Colorado St., was found shot to death yesterday in his truck parked Lett told police. A behind a restaurant at Colo Rado St. And Bonnie ave. Slug removed a 32 Caliper slug was re moved from Harriett s head during a Coroner s autopsy which also established the time of his death As about . Monday. An unidentified witness told police he had seen a Man in the Vicinity of the parking lot around to . He was described As about 30 years old 5 feet 8 inches tall 170 pounds wearing Khaki shirt and pants a Black Belt and no tie. He was dirty and needed a haircut according to the in Formant Bartlett s son Michael 17, found his father slumped on the seat of his pickup truck yesterday morning in the Park ing lot at the rear of a restau rant at the location. He had made a habit of stopping at the place for a late snack after work which led the son to look Lor him there. Although the victim s pock ets had been turned inside out in an apparent search for Money Bartlett s watch and ring had not been removed. Police doubt the victim had been carrying much Cash since he had made a Deposit at a Bank on monday and we reputed to be careful in handling shot in head he was shot in the right Side found him he was on his reason for the slaying. The truck were closed when he found his father Michael Bart Cartridge Case was found or the ground on the left Side of the truck. Mrs. Eugena Bartlett the schools slate Driver course after holidays Pasadena s school Board voted unanimously yesterday to proceed with plans for be Lind the wheel Driver training at the two High schools shortly after the Christmas vacation. The action came after or. A. Loland Walker assistant superintendent for instruction police estimate of the time truck s cab his body lying of the murder appeared to be the area who reported hearing a scuffling sound about 10 .32 Caliper . And then a looking for clues det. Capt. Carl Lundholm right and criminalist Don Harding View body of Pasadena businessman Glenn m. 49, found slumped Over seat of truck parked in Avenue parking lot. Reporters criticize Ike staff by Robert 3. Donovan n. I. A Praia Tribune Newi Servera Washington. One of the most intense and dramatic scenes in the recent White House history took place yesterday at the the medical bulletin on presiden Eisenhower s condition. The suspense had been build ing up Lor More than 20 hours heightened by what most re porters Here considered incredibly bad handling by the White House of the publicity about Eisenhower s illness. The Climax of the excitement in the White House press White walled office. In the absence of James c. Hagerty who was flying Back Paris where he had at tended to some arrangements Ifor the scheduled nato meet ing the bulletin was handed out by mrs. Anne Wheaton associate press Secretary. 60 reporters presi keep posted on president mrs. Anne Wheaton acting House press Secretary tells newsmen at White House latest word on president Eisenhower s illness. Nixon May substitute president cancels nato trip by wire service Washington. Vice presi fully 60 reporters scanned Dent Richard m. Nixon said executive is being studied by Secretary of state John Foster Dulles and will be decided Fin the two Page statement with last night that president ally by the president himself feverish haste. The Only two Eisenhower will not attend the study confab the vice president said that the nato session will cer exits available to them were blocked by secret service Paris next month. Agents awaiting the word of mrs. Wheaton doors. service reporter who would have to begin Ecla Ting Lus Story the instant he got Oul raced his Eye Over words like occlusion and Middle Cere bral artery and begged mrs. Wheaton to say what All this meant in Lay terms. Would you say this is a heart he asked. It is a form of heart at tack As i understand the medical mrs. Wheaton Lyas it turned out. Mrs. Wheaton calmly agreed to Call Gen. Howard Mcc. To open the whether he or someone else Al physician who was in an other part of the White House. Reporters and photograph reporters turn to Page 3 nato Summit meeting in will represent ill chief Nixon said the decision As to mainly not be called off but the question now is whether it will be attended by chiefs of Nixon confident of Ike recovery. Fri Shotgun bandits threaten 3 in liquor store robbery reported that the Pasadena masked bandits robbed a san Assn. Of insurance agents Abri would provide one and pos Cash. Sibly two of the cars needed or the program. Sufficient to cover instruct two men and a Small girl were held at Bay by a sawed off Shotgun last night As two Edgar Burch 40, the clerk in the store at 405 w. Las Walker said he Felt the Tunas or. Was serving Mel the school tit strict by the state Sam Gabriel and his under new legislation should Ion maintenance and insure Ings pulled Over their Heads walked into the store one brandishing the Shotgun. Get against the thing leaves a Nasty the a gunman ordered Burch and his customers. The other Man emptied the till and the bandits left by the Ance costs. He said the instruction would be made available to Lith graders at Pasadena and Muir High schools through out the year including sum Mer vacations. 4 killed in crash Chicago. Ins two men and two women were killed when their car was mashed by a Milwaukee Road passenger train at the outskirts if suburban Niles. Sputnik Shell due overhead at today Southern californians should be Able to get a peek at the rocket Shell of sput Nik i at about . To Day says c. G. Hilton Urcla graduate research astronomer. The object will be directly overhead and moving from North to South Hilton said. The rocket Shell of the so Viet satellite should be vis Ible thursday too Hilton added. Maureen 8, at about 7 when two men with silk Stock rear door. They apparently had a car waiting. Burch and Hunter told police the robbers wore Tan top Baldwin Park store robbed a Baldwin Park Market was robbed of last night by a tall slim Bandit brandishing Black barrelled revolver. Joseph j. Of he Market at 14245 Garvey he and a liquor clerk were the Only ones in he store at the time of the Holdup. State or be on a foreign minis Ter level. If it is decided to go area with a Summit Parley then a decision will be made on whether Nixon would go. Presumably he would. A report from Paris said the North Atlantic treaty organization will meet thursday t decide whether the Heads b government should meet in of president Elsen Bower s illness. Keep schedule however another report from Paris said the Nat Summit meeting probably will open on schedule next month with Nixon president. Representing the that was the diplomatic consensus in Paris wednesday morning after the americans announced officially they wanted to go ahead with the nato Parley. Secretary general Paul Henri Spaak informed . Representatives from London that his sounding of opinions among nato member govern ments indicated they too wished to proceed with plans for the Parley. President capable of Washington vice president Richcard m. Nixon said yesterday that president Eisenhower s illness was no reason for him to abdicate any of his Powers As chief exec live. There is no reason for the president to step Nix on told reporters As he left the White House where he spent most of the Day. The vice president said he had assumed none of the president s duties and that he had not been delegated any of these duties. Reasoning say doctors a win Henttu Washington. President Eisenhower was reported sleeping soundly last night after suffering a mild stroke which has caused a slight impairment in his speech. White House news Secretary James c. Hagerty issued the report shortly before Midnight est after four doctors said the chances Are excellent that Eisenhower will make a Complete recovery. Hagerty who returned to Washington from Paris last night went immediately to the White House for a fill in on the presidents condition. He said he conferred with Eisen Hower s physician maj. Gen. Howard Snyder. Eats with Mamie the Secretary told newsmen the president had a Light sup per with mrs Eisenhower in the living room of their quarters. He watched television with mrs. Eisenhower for several hours probably from seven to nine pin turned in went to sleep at 10 o clock and is presently sleeping Haverty had been in Paris helping set up arrangements for the dec. 16-18 nato Summit Meetor which Emht lows Naff planned to attend. The trip can celled yesterday. Hagerty said that qualified medical assistance is within s reach of the 67-year-old chief executive at All times. Gen. Snyder s assistant col Walter Tkach currently is on duty. An nurse capt. Lor ene Miller who has attended Eisenhower at Walter leed Hospital and at Newport r.i., is making routine on the president speech better a medical bulletin at est said that some 29 hours after the Onset of the stroke the speech impediment was improving and that Elsen Hower was haying trouble Only with some difficult words. Hagerty said he had no fur ther information on this phase of the attack. He also declined president turn to Page 3 Russ warning Moscow. Premier marshal Nikolai a. Bulgarin has warned Turkey that its continued 5ressure on Syria May Force he soviet Union and its allies to take measures to maintain peace and quiet in the Middle 2ast. Army s Jupiter turns out Dud in test firing Washington. Ins the defense department announced the unsuccessful fir no last night of the s Jupiter intermediate Range ballistic missile at Cape Cana veral Fla. A statement from the depart ment said the missile failed Complete its programmed flight because of technical Dif the test was described Asne of a series being under one by the Jupiter designed o travel some Miles. The Jupiter has been fired successfully on several Previ. Us occasions. County refuses support Xmas tree Lane doomed Altadena s famed Christ Mas tree Lane appeared doomed to darkness for the 1957 Holiday season As county supervisors yester Day Defeated a allo cation which would have financed this year s project the City of Pasadena which in past years ims footed the major part of the Bill withdrew its support this year in the face of hav ing to replace almost All the the equipment. Dorn s proposal yesterday s action by the Board came As supervisor Warren doru was about to ask that his application Lor the Christmas tree Lane funds be postponed one week so that it could be presented in a formal motion. Supervisor Kenneth Hahn who complained of mounting protests from taxpayers demanded a policy vote to Clear the air Over report s that the Board was consider inside today s Independent hunks plan love Story ends Story that began in revolt torn Hungary will culminate in thanksgiving eve 8. Cockatoo escapes cockatoo kidnapped sunday learns that her suspected Abductor is a 10. Adams .19 Consi Dunc .9 sports .13 Allen .19 Virginia Kay 4 theater .7 business .15 Leadabrand .9 tv-radio.8 comics.21 Nash 9 women .4 Connolly. 7 obituaries.18 your stars .s3 ing the tree lighting expenditure. I be had complaints from residents in my Hahn said. We be got to trim the frills if we re going to save on sput vote Hahn s motion to deny the Christmas tree Lane Money was supported by supervisors Burton w. Chace and Herbert c. Legg and opposed by Dorn and John Anson Kord. Dorn said county counsel Harold w. Kennedy had ruled it would be Legal to county funds on the tree lighting As a Community recreation project

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