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Independent, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1957, Pasadena, CaliforniaMather. A Ortler Tuny today us tomorrow hot Carrjr Mon Taf Low mad of. Utile temperature dunce. Tofey and m. No More Wither of vol. 192 the Independent Home abm Heafy out we mfr. Slom Lam for set on use purity Council. Pace 3. Closed by 6-0311 sync. An9.le, by 1-8188 a 6-467l Haggerty Center is greeted with banners during ton vension teamster confident Hoffa naming his Cabinet f Miami Beach. Of James r. Hoffa elated by chief Justice Earl Warren s refusal to Block the election of team sters Union officers grew so confident last night of his accession As president that he began choosing a wan in s decision cleared the the election., at tomorrow s session of the Union s National convention j sued on the plea of 13 rank Warren ruled that he teamsters that the not Stop the election because election was rigged was Over turned by appellate judges late Pasadena cat wednesday. Of. 2. 1 957 Ike rejects Faub tis pledge troops stay in Little Rock bus Check Low urged additional Story 5 shocked by the All saints school bus tragedy county Iupe visors yesterday urged new state Laws to require strict ins. Action of All private school buses. Supervisor Kenneth Hahn demanded the California High Way patrol be Given authority o Check brakes lights and ther equipment on the private uses As it now does on Public school vehicles after disclosure hat apparently a mechanical allure was responsible for the parochial school bus crash. Alvon Embree a partner of the Embree bus lines of Pasadena which did not sup ply the a saints bus last night described the Manda tory Public school bus in As rigorous and highly Embree whose firm hauls More than 3400 Pasadena Chil Ren to Public and three Pri ate schools said All buses in heir Fleet whether they haul Public or private school Chil Ren undergo the California Highway patrol inspection very two months for Over h. J. Caruso pleads guilty on 4 counts Auto dealer Henry j. He s the greatest Caruso pleaded guilty in los Angeles y court yesterday to two counts killed four a Ian Ana in of grand theft and two counts Jared 23 others indicated that for him to do so would Call Jung is Laie for an extraordinary exercise saturday. Then Warren con of judicial Powers that the most compelling consideration could Cabinet named firmed that action in a supreme court ruling. In another move to halt the Hoffa bandwagon Candi of forgery in the Sale of cars six of Caruso s associates including he Auto magnate s freeway Pontiac Agency in Pasadena also entered guilty pleas to single counts of grand theft. They will appear for Proba Tion hearing and sentencing nov. 9. Ten other employers and executives of Caruso s agencies in Pasadena Long at present private school buses Are exempt from the Law requiring such inspection for Public schools. Officers of the police traffic1 Accident investigation Kosper ends picketing chore but not before negroes right picketed him. Negroes picket Kasper of Kasper pickets Ike Washington. Ins segregationist John Kasper and a Small band of his followers picketed the White House for three and one half hours yesterday in what police described As a very orderly Kasper in turn had Praise for the 50-Man police fore she didst know of Burn ban the picketing. He thanked Deputy police chief George r. Wallrodt for this Cooper bul before Kasper and picket walked Sway a us be maa police. Had been pick eted themselves by two Jfe Brake failure caused the Acci a Gro men and heckled by two White spectators. Kasper free on bail from charges that he attempted to incite a riot in Nashville tenn., made no Effort to answer his hecklers one of whom challenged a picket to fight protest at Ike the segregationists took up Dent. New Drill to tap vast Ocean Oil worker killed in blast As wife watches Al Oti Mel Foster 37, has been wiled in a dynamite blast because he was worried about childrens welfare los Angeles. Four a stopping the election was dates Thomas l. Hickey of Beach Compton and North or companies announced the Only Way Hoffa could be new York Lna William a. Lee Hollywood submitted their yesterday they have developed one of the Thomas j. Haggerty both cases to Superior judge method for deep sea drilling teams for aides Chicago planned a merger Burton Noble on the basis Wil enable the Industry meeting in which they jury transcripts. Tap vast new potential Oil to join forces Phinh nip ran. Noble said he will room a Fields he path hath anal one teamster chief s reporters. Almost sure to be named Hoffa s Cabinet Are Harold j. Gibbons of St. Louis Secre tary treasurer of local 688, and Burt , a Detroit sidekick and Ives Dent of local 337. Murray w. Miller Southern teamsters Boss was also expected to be on Hoffa s staff. The 1900 delegates broke into wild cheering when the. News was announced by retiring president Dave Beck that Warren had refused to interfere with the election. Two minutes after he read the news when the cheering had died Down. Beck remarked that did More Good than run Ning around the other candidates besides Hoffa said they shared the enthusiasm for the Warren decision vice president William a. Lee of Chicago said i m vice president Thomas l. Hickey of new York also in the race said that goes for me Beck interrupted a tedious discussion of finance commit tee Powers under the new Constitution to make his announce ment by Reading from a United press bulletin. He asked sergeants at arms to Call in delegates from the corridors to hear what was the Best convention news from Washington for some time. A Federal court injunction issued Friday had threatened to Block elections at the convention. The court order is to join forces behind one can Lee Haggerty and Hickey All argued that the teamsters will be kicked out of the Al Cio if Hoffa is elected to the presidency. A convention floor fight is expected Over seating nearly 500 of some 1900 Dele Gates challenged by the anti Hoffa forces and the Senate rackets committee. Beck ordered the credentials committee to re examine Noble said he will return a verdict Del. 21. A were indicted follow ing lengthy hearings by the grand jury into complaints by customers. Caruso 35, and 10 of his aides were indicted last apri 25 on a total of 19 counts of conspiracy plus additional charges of grand theft or forgery involving car deals in which More than 30 customers complained they were cheated. The car dealer pleaded guilty Dib to re examine Yii Raucau guv the right of teamsters from 6sifo one count of forgery and locals to be seated. The 68 one of ranch theft charged in including Hoffa s Home local the inti Clment. 299 in Detroit were accused by Canso and 16 executives and Fields beneath both coastal and deep sea the announcement was made by Continental Oil co. Union Oil co., Shell Oil co and Superior Oil co. And Sale the new system has world wide application in opening up vast new holes have been drilled in water Depths up to 1500 the announcement said. The system involves lower no a drilling operating base o the Bottom of the Ocean and Ihen controlling it with flex the Senate committee of Send-1 salesmen were named in ing delegates to the indictment june 5, Tion in violation of Union he charging 15 counts of grand Tion in violation of Union by Laws. La. City Hall first violator of burning ban workers at los Angeles City Hall thought for a time yesterday that the smog was unusually dense. Falling autumn leaves had worked their Way into an air conditioning vent on one Side of the building and ignited and burned. Firemen responding to a six alarm Call crawled into the vent and extinguished the Blaze with Garden hoses. Slight. Theft and 10 of forgery. He entered a plea of guilty to one count of forgery and one of grand theft charged in this second indictment guilty named their position in front of tiie White House at Edt to protest president Eisenhower s conference with Southern governors on schoo integration. Two hours later two negro men who identified themselves As Richard Tynes 37, and John Savoy 25, of washing ton began picketing the segregationists. The negroes carried three Small american flags and signs which said thank god for president Ike and unwanted John Kasper. Signed. Uncle Deputy chief Wallrodt told Kasper to confine his picket ing to an area of about 100 cards and directed the negroes to an area just West of lieu Ulii Uoung it with ilex ble guide cables that run up the group. To the Mother ship. Crk ban pressed possible Banning of All night parking so City streets can be so Van pickets including Kasper on air Force base in atari e i Ltd named kept clean was discussed by the six who pleaded guilty City Council yesterday. When the demonstration be Gan. Kasper said they All were from Washington but he expected others from Dela Ware Maryland and Virginia. To grand theft were Sidney s Schraier 45, of Long Beach Story Szmul Negedly failed to disclose a juvenile crime record Whon he signed a jury duty affidavit that he had never been arrested. He said also being investigated was a report that still another male juror failed to disclose that he had once been discharged from his Job for Al Burn separated the pair he said 34-year-old Teresa Ruiz was unable to move without assistance. Angry mate he accused me of being she said in county general Hospital last night when i denied it he got very individual defendants and one of the four jurors who voted acquittal for confidential mag Azine. A spokesman for the los Angeles county District attorney s office disclosed that Sev eral discrepancies allegedly involving members of the jury ire being Ilu said line male juror Al. Scandal Sheet. Judge Walker refused to comment on the bribe rumours. He scheduled a hearing for oct. 10 with Deputy District attorney William l. Rilzie and defense attorney Arthur j. Crowley in connection with the of a new trial Date. 15-Day _ of. Drouot apparently Coj Eccli a nit lie entertainment world. Up at me courtroom with his a ims Siovie extra clothing. The other among other in members who have been con i Lunes Sale is about seven fined to a hotel for 15 nights i months pregnant were returned to the hotel so cop Burn said that when they could pick up their he he entered the House at 1217 longings. Raymond ave., i1cf Drouet referring to the de screams could be heard 100 liberation room said we Yak is away. A terrible fight in the husband Chavez Vic Drouet said he voted for Ruiz was in City jail because last night on suspicion of Fel i m gelling sick and ony wife seating. Lived of these Hollywood the couple have five cell Guys smashing cameras and pushing people the jury was handed the Case following a lurid six week trial that threatened to rattle skeletons in closets through Dren with Ages ranging from j4 to 13. They were left last night in custody of juvenile authorities. Mrs. Ruiz was quoted As saying her husband and Boon drinking Winc most of the Day

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