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Pasadena Independent (Newspaper) - October 5, 1961, Pasadena, CaliforniaMostly sunny weather news on Page c-5. Gia Freha Inbe pendent stocks Advance Trade Active. Page c-3. 10 cents Telephone ail m87i Pasadena calif., thursday oct. 5, 19dl and West German have changed gunfire when communist police on two j refugees escaping on rooftop s. One refuges died in a fall and the other was captured. Of he news inside 1- j Kock x15 Rockel has been reported on a plan to have the Security Council maj Robert has passed recommend appointment of an acting Secretary and aides another hurdle. In a test of Maneule ability. An attempt and Russia approval. Page 10. Lor Altitude record flight is expected soon. Page 4. Angl is Nep. Disc. Ally. Joseph out has demanded the death penalty for Oil heir la in Morton on trial for his wife s murder. Morion s Mother repeated her Faith in his innocence. Page a7. London a group of is los Angeles tourists stranded a second Day on charter flight has been promised a plane for the return trip Home today. Page 11. J Point Al Taxa. tuna fishing boat from san Diego Lias run aground pm Sand bars about us Miles North of san Francisco. No one was reported injured. Page 2. Statement to readers Newsweek Magazine this week made a Glar ing error inferring that the Pasadena Independent and Star news were this is an example of either careless or Dishon est reporting. These newspapers endorsed Richard Nixon for president without qualification. In the Light of world affairs and the need for experience and strength in properly handling these problems we still believe Nixon was the right Man for . We resent the careless editorial a Nalio Nal Magazine in assuming As fact something that could easily be disproved by the simple proc Ess of checking. In View of this and responding to an invitation by Dick Nixon for a discussion in the near future on some of our California i have Send him the following Telegram the statement in the current Issue of news week that the Pasadena newspapers Are Anli Nixon is contrary to fact. As you Are Well aware we supported you All out in the presidential Campaign. I have your wire suggesting a meeting in the near future to discuss your plans in seeking the governorship of California. I will be pleased to meet with you at your b. J. Ridder publisher Pasadena Independent and Star news Hope dins for Early at Ford Der put Ulit flip United Auto workers fore motor co. Yesterday dashed All Hopes for a the Law members before next the company Anil Union after meeting briefly yesterday Brown hit on Cabinet s closed meet governor tells press to leave Sacramento governor Brown met for the first time with his new Cabinet last night in a closed session. Before the meeting began he asked reporters present to leave. He told them we can t do we Are supposed to do in a asked Why the meetings of the of the four Heads of his new super agencies and eight other top stale officials were closed Brown replied the meetings arc going to be very informal. For the first Ginny to to talk Berlin crisis to dec mulled president Kennedy and so Viet foreign minister an Drei Gromyko will meet Omorrow for a conference which May determine whether the big four will iry to solve the Berlin problem his year. A White House announce Mcnol confirmed speculation hat Gromyko will Call on Kennedy tomorrow at 5 . State department experts stressed that nothing dramatic should be expected irom the Kennedy Gromyko meeting. The president these officials said will restate arguments Secretary of state. Denn Rusk is already outlined in talks with the. Russians in Nev York. There is Hope that Gromyko will be convinced of Westeri firmness on what can Ari what Ain. Be negotiated a four Power Confer enc a. Tomorrow s conference there Likely be an inform Jalk in which both sides Spicl out their respective positions officials said however the possibility that g r o m y k might have received new in turn to Page i. Column decided to adjourn fur Thoi talks on a National from Moscow car until tomorrow. Mot be excluded. They will concentrate by 1 Tell cd pc the chances o tween now arid then Oil shirt in us Ito out local As oppo Seil to to the. Forthcoming coir Al contract differences. Even if a full settlement of All issues both National and local were reached during the weekend the company could not return to production before next week a Ford spokesman said. The Union called its hourly paid workers off at 88 plants across the nation at 10 . Tuesday in the Auto Industry s second major strike is less than a month. Photo. Herbert Lee Brown left one of the burglary suspects held in Pasadena is shown with det. Ernest Hovard. Suspects arraignment Pasadena police yesterday sought complaints from the District racy s office in connection wit i the family burglary ring of live arrested tuesday. If the issued the five will be arraigned new charges made Knight accused of Campaign offer to Nixon ship strike May Slop Navy cargo Admiral seeks Union cooperation san the week old West coast shipping strike is holding up military supplies to Hawaii and the far East a s. Navy official charged yesterday. We re not in bad shape but we May. Be unless the Uji Ion gets More said rear . E. B. Mckin Ney Pacific commander of the military sea transportation in Pasadena municipal coup to at 2 . Today. Otherwise they Nix Arix. Mid new York City. Will have to be released. Negotiations resumed yester Day after a.24-hour recess with he government urging both work toward a Quick settlement. Labor Secretary Arthur Goldberg appealed to the com Pany and the Union to exert every Effort to reach n speedy settlement. Neither Ford president Mal Colm Denise nor Davv presi Dent Walter Cut her comment beef Lamb imported As strike imminent los salers began to bring in beef and Lamb supplies from other slates yesterday As Independent meat packers and butchers remained deadlocked in con tract negotiations. Although butchers Union local 563. Has not called a strike Only 300 o f the member on at two slaughterhouses. Jail fld Ion suspicion of Bur Glary Herbert Lee Crown 31, his wife Charlene 20, both of 142fi s. 8th.St., Arcadia and his brother in Law George Mika 32, alias George Collins of 279, w. Duarte rd., Monrovia. Booked on suspicion of Bur Glary and receiving Stolon properly Brown s parents Frank and Letha Brown operators of a second hand store at 1650 k. Walnut St. According , the sus peeled ring netted in goods taken irom an estimated 40 Homes in the san Gabriel Valley in the last four years. Homes in Long Beach Phoe old police. A six Man detective team raided the suspects Homos and confiscated More than n Silver other Silver hems Diamond rings and numerous Antiques. The five persons were arrested after Brown was jailed in connection with an attempted burglary. A screaming 71-year-old worn a called the attention of two detectives As Brown was Leav ing her Yard in the 600 Block of East Orange Grove Boule Vard. Mrs. Tillie. Evergreen told police she found the Man in tier Kitchen. Ralph Terry Joey Jay Battle in game no. 2 year., we will be discussing ,1. Personnel mailers and we want Cal on Piea to have Complete Freedom of the strike which earlier in the Day the Sac Ramunto Bee which supported Brown when he ran for gov fir nor in called the closed meeting flatly contrary to everything governor Brown has i hitherto said about secrecy in there is no place for secrecy in transacting the pub Lic s the newspaper said in an editorial. In addition to personnel mat Brown said the Cabinet would be discussing property leases and similar matters. Brown said that meetings of the governor s Council a 29 member advisory group com posed the Heads of state agencies would continue to remain open to the press. The governor noted that three members of the Cabinet gov. Glenn Anderson ally. Gen. Stanley Mosk superintendent of Public instruct Turl o Page 5, column 2 is costing hourly wage work ers s2.6 million a Day in lost wages came Only eight Days after strike action at general motors corp. At pm the Union authorized strikes at plants local contract issues had not been resolved. The strikes started sept. Days after the company and the Union had reached Accord on the eco nomic phase of a National three year contract. Ford and the Davv also have reached an agreement on a 1 National economic package which is pal turned after the pm set them Cal. Mats. Vie made the statement Ilso were Brown her the striking masters mates and pills Union re fused to1 permit the freighter Texas to sail. Capt. Robert Druikin Union president said supplies aboard tile vessel consisted of Furni Ture and other household goods for use of dependents at overseas bases. We Don t think that s Villa military he said. Durkin added that a Tele Gram from vice . Roy a. , commander of the Mats had angered him. Gano said in the message that the Union s position was a departure from previous Indian summer whoops it up again Al 95 Deg. Sun and snog eased up slightly yesterday in the Pasadena Aren but left no doubt that summer was in no mood to depart. Pasadena s High of 95 at noon was 3 degrees lower than tuesday s top. By 4 . The Mercury had fallen to 84. The heaviest visitation of smog hit Azusa with heavy Eye irritation resulting from a .44 Ozone Reading at . Pasadena had moderate Eye irritation from a .27 Reading at 1 downtown los Angeles had a Maxi mum Ozone Content of .41. Temperatures were Prii a rally cooler in tile san Gabriel Valley. Alhambra tooled off to after a tuesday top of 103. San Gabriel had a High of 94, compared with tuesday s 99. Bar fighter gets Sulphur Burns practices of unions strike during Durkin replied that Gano s criticisms were not justified that the government should 100 negro marchers put in jail police break up protests on Bias Iccomb than 100 negro students and support for presidency bid told denials made by Edgerton former governor Good win j. Knight was accuser last night of offering in August to head a Nixon for president delegation to the 1964 Republican convention if former president Richard m. Nixon stayed out of he j362 California governor s race. The charge confirmed by Nixon sources came on the Ime Day Knight hold a Tele i cd press conference to name los Angeles financier j. How Ard Edgerton As the Nixon emissary of iced him any state Job Knight wanted to stay Oul of the Pri Mary. Sources close to Nixon in los Angeles said a san fran Cisco chronicle Story that Nix on told Knight in was too Early to talk about 19g1" was True. The proposal purportedly was made at an aug. 7 meeting. Knigin was not Avail Able immediately for comment. Edgerton describing himself As a close personal Friend and political crony of Knight said he did Tell Knight on the Tele one of their White leaders were clamped in jail yesterday after fighting broke out during a student March on City Hall to protest segregation. Have any state Job if he did not run for governor but de Nied flatly he acted in Nixon s behalf. New shot promised Moscow up Russia observed the fourth anniversary of the world s first Earth Satel Lite launching yesterday with predictions of new and inter Esting space shots in the near future. Inside the Independent Bridge cell 6-10 comics cell Connolly mike.13 crossword a 9 Kail Brill .12 financial a 3, 4 Kay virginia.13 Lawrence David----12 Lead Brand Russ. .13 Lippmann walter.13 Mcrriman opinion .13 Roterus j. M.12 Ruark society 9 spoils a 2-6 dr.13 stunner Bill a 1 Heaters 10 to radio statistics ,.c5 world series favourites at 51 after Whiley Ford hurled a two hit 2-0 Victory Over Cincinnati in the opener in Yankee stadium yesterday Hie new York Yankees will Send Ralph Terry to the Mound in a bid for Victory no. 2 today 9 . Pasadena time to Channel Cincinnati will counter with Joey Jay in the Battle expected to be played in Cool go a circe fair weather. The ailing Mickey Mantle will be Idle a second straight Day. Ford became the first world series Pitcher to win eight games As he ran his All time series strikeout record to with iwo shutouts last year the Victory was the third straight shutout for Ford and brought him 2% Ihn Wiigs away from babe ruths shutout series record of which he set As r Boston red sox Pitcher in 1016 and 1918. Howard and Moose Skowvron hit Home runs to provide the Yankee margin Over the reds Jim o Toole. Clute Boyar Yankee third baseman was the defensive hero with two sensational falling stops. Tor details Sec sports Section pages a-2 Siml a-3. Joyc a 23-year-old Pasadena Man sustained sulphuric acid Burns Over his Chest and a two Inch Cut Over the left Eye in a fight at a bar Lale last night. Milton Thomas of 868 n. Orange Grove blvd., was treated at Hie Pasadena emergency Center and sent Home. The incident reportedly occurred at a North fair Oaks inn. Radar patrol on fair Oaks Avenue halted a speeding car but released in when Limicy discovered the acid victim was being transported to the emergency Center by a Friend police Are seeking the meantime while some 30 ships remained tied up a three Man team of Federal officials Mei separately Wilt the Union and the Pacific maritime association. The talks reportedly were proceeding Smo Olvry and the strike could possibly be settled before the end of the week. Serious House speaker Sam Rayburn was listed in serious condition yesterday at Baylor University medical Center he underwent a second Day of tests to determine the cause of severe Back pains. Associate squeals at ears chemical operations were turned into a kind of silk. This was Handwoven into a purse. Or. Little was More than a Stevens said. He was a gentleman and a scholar lie looked on this As a contribution to philosophy some thing to combat the attitude of defeatism of those who said a thing could t he done i Stevens is convinced tha the sows car purse played a important part it was a Rea breakthrough in the growth of Industrial research now i Industry. Bui in every other Way i iwas completely impractical. 1 no woman Ever carried it a company official Salt always Cpl it locked scientist 1 Pho o on Page 3 by Arthur Edson Washington f we Lucky taxpayers were presented with an exceptional gift yesterday. A silk purse made out of sows ears. Raymond Stevens president of Arthur p. Little inc., an Industrial research firm in Cambridge mass., gave the ornate ladies handbag to the smithsonian institution. Or. Leonard Carmichael. Smithsonian Secretary gravely accepted it Ami it will now go on. Display in the nation s my Bourn along with such other treasures As Charles land Boi go s spirit of is. Louis and the Bones of silk f naturally the question immediately arises who would Ever think of making a purse out of a sow s car and Why fortunately Stevens was with the company from the time of the original squeal and therefore had the answers. It was Back around 1920 slovene said when Indus Ria research was still new. Arthur Little the founder 01 the firm got lir cd of hearing you can t do thai. You can t make a silk purse put of sow s who can i talc said. He astonished his workers by say ing it would be done. You should have heard the Stevens said. Out of lol of Money in those Days on this in 1921 the company put out a Booklet explaining its Triumph. Its title appropriately was on the making of silk purses from sows and it tells in detail How it was done. We wrote to messes. Wilson co. Of Chicago who in is needless to say had a i the Booklet says. Indeed they had Ninny o so Many that they Cut off placed at our disposal no less than 100 pounds of cars with an affidavit that the were As the car of departed the Bookie explains. The a sort of a there was nothing wrong with what Knight use Eastern ships and that police chief George Guy source said last Union would not permit Hundred while the Nixon people just Mats to be used As strike sons gathered downtown and t Fon was acting in behalf of Light nol in had to protect every Edgerton. While he also was j not available for comment did officers arrested 112 negro say in another statement last Jsalud cols and iwo night of them White for the sought would have been some on rouble if we had not moved it was Knight who the aug. 7 meeting a nationwide group which has been sponsor Nixon which he also at tended. Nixon a week ago in an ing a drive to Register negro bouncing he would be a can voters in Mccomb a town of diddle said he did not plan to in the of a deep seek the presidency in South farming area. J Edgerton did confirm he i racial feelings have talked by Telephone Willi Jarou cd by the voter on sept. 8 in a per i f he Justice department has Sonal Effort to Avert a Polilli claimed that a negro voter Cal struggle. Worker a. Knight held a press Confer a recent scuffle once to disclose Edgerton was dinosaurs. Spent thousands of dollars a glue and through Verlo Uslip in a Glass j i negroes from voting spokesman said the Stu a cols were also protesting refusal of authorities to readmit slide nos Brenda Davis and Isaac Lewis to school this fall after their arrest at a bus Sta Tion sit in in August. Lewis was one of the leaders of the March. I Charles Jones a committee spokesman said negro Bob Moses of new York City and than the student committee was struck Wilh a Blackjack by a policeman and beaten by a White Man while the officers looked on. Jones said the other commit tee worker White College Stu Dent Bob Zellner of lion Tom cry ala., was choked by a White Man. Ocl Pricr was arrested and taken to the jail Al growth Magnolia four Miles away. Chief Guy denied any blows were struck by a policeman lie said one demonstrator was struck As the students marched up and Down the Street carrying placards and signs ant praying and All that stuff. Turn Page 5, column i phone today to place Cui classified and in it fii., sat. Ind Sun. Independent Suc news right now is he Best time to clan your week end classified ads for the Independent of you Honc today vote can count on outstanding Atten Tion to your classified and for both saturday and sunday. Phone

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