Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 6, 1960 · Page 33
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MONDAY EVENING. JUNE ,6, I960 TUCSON DAILY CITIZEN PAGIH FORCED OUT BY FLAMES fever*! homes on East Spring street were ordered evacuated when threatened by flames from the Grant Read Lumber Co, fire Saturday night. The flames, vt.r FALftTIITHT ·at, chew, smile with REGUlAfc OR HEAVY GAUGE F7A DENTAL K Jb %f C U S H I O N S ! Helps Hit (irtuurt *n : Htloi pr*vMt cffckmf · TDK MM SBtC · HOtWJ J*m 60* Just For The Fun TALLAHASSEE, Fla.-UPI-r- Gov. teroy Collins said he was "embarrassed" for Florida about the election of Bob .Johnson .as Democratic national committeeman because Johnson didn't campaign for the job and said he ran just Jor the fun of it. FINAL OFFERING BIGGEST AWNING VALUE IN TOWN! Gh« aX laak af distiacdw . . . pratact, beautify and widi tact* year-arwad awuiags. · REIUILD · REPAIR · RECONDITION YOUR OLD BLINDS TO LOOK LIKE NEW Eichmann, In Hysterics, Is Placed In Padded Cell JERUSALEM, Israel-UPl-Ac- aimed Nazi mass mOrderer Adolph Eichmann was in a padded cell today after "hysterically" knock- nj himself against the walls of tii jail cell, according to a re- iable source. A government spokesman categorically denied a report by the London Daily Mail that Eichmann, who is to go on trial here for the extermination of Jews to churned by winds, were put down, however, before they could spread to the homes. Residents removed belongings.and valuables as they left their homes. Thtitisaiiids Of Curious Came, And They Watched By DON SCHELLIE . Breeze-angered flames and the column of orange smoke were visible for miles and Tucson's curious camt by the thousands. All roads led to Tucson Blvd. and Grant Rd. Lining the curbs of the block around the Grant Road Lumber Co. they watched, Saturday night, as firemen fought tht city!s greatest blaze in more than t year. Loudspeakers on slow-moving police cruisers and on parked in Nazi Germany, had tried commit suicide. However, the reliable source aald that an Israeli official de- serlbedvEichmann's state as hysterical after locking him ,in his cell. He said that Eichmann was in a state of "considerable ex eitement" after his meeting with the official and that after the official left him he knocked himself "hysterically" against the wall of his cell. The source said that subsequently the walls of the cell were padded with rubber to prevent Eichmann from hurting himself. The meeting with the Israeli took place just before magistrate Alfred Bach issued an order to keep Eichmann in custody for another 15 days. The sources said Justice Minister Pinhas Rosen told Prime Min ister David Ben-Gurion yesterday the government needs at least f i x ; months more to prepare the case gainst Eichmann. The trial itself probably will take about nix months and it is expected the judge will need a considerable time after that to roduce written conclusions, the sources said. Thus a judgment on the charges against Eichmann probably would not be handed down until the end of 1961. Eichmann maintained his silence yesterday during a hearing In which Haifa magistrate Alfred Bach ordered him remanded to jail for another two weeks. When Bach asked if he had any- to say Eichmann replied, Bach, whose parents wer* killed by me Nazis during World War II. also ruled that police could keep secret the plr.ce where Eichmann is being held. Reliable source* naid Israeli Ambassador Arieh Levavi met Argentine Foreign Minister Diogenes Taboada in Buenos Avres Saturday and gave him Israel's account of Eichmann's capture. It was believed that Argentina accepted parts of the Israeli explanation but considered other parts of it unsatisfactory, although there apparently is no danger that diplomatic relations between the two countries will be 4 Tucsonians Injured As Auto Rolls Four Tucsonlans were injured at 9:30 Uat night when their car rolled over 2'/i times on Highway 80 about miles west of Lowell in Cochise County. 'lite driver, Guillermina Tauti- mer. 21, Of 39 W. Hth St., was released »fter treatment at Copper Queen Hospital, Bisbee. He received shoulder bruises. The passengers, all admitted at the same hospital, were Angle Tapia, 13, of 860 W. 20th St.. contusions, abrasions and t left eye Injury; Jesus Tautimer, IS, of J9 W. Hth St., severe face cuts, and Jenay Hernandez Tapia, 15, of 860 W. 20th St., multiple contusions and shock, Hlffrway Patrolman G e o r g e Bays said the driver reported being blinded by oncoming traffic. The car rolled, over as it left the highway. 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Sections of roof splintered away and fell into the flames below and plate glass shattered in the yitense heat. , Police halted traffic for several blocks in every direction and motorists abandoned · their cars on crowded side streets and joined the throngs drawn to the scene by the sound of sirens and the orange glowing sky. They filled empty lots and park- Ing areas and they.huddled on the driveway of a filling station just across the street from the lumber yard. They watched. HOM became lacework on the pavement and firemen with soot- blackened faces and drenched coats stepped back from engulfing flames and thick smoke to breathe fresh evening air. Small boys sat on the curb and watched, as small boys do at parades. A girl held a transistor radio to her ear and listened to music as the firemen worked. Inside the yard.there were two sharp explosions and huge balls of fire mushroomed into the sky, hung motionless for a few moments and vanished into the billowing smoke. The onlookers felt the spray from hose as they dodged glow- ing embers and sparks that rained down around them. · Several residences, dangerously close to the_blazing structure, were emptied "of furnishings as passersby helped pile mattresses, refrigerators, chain and clothing on street corners. There were children la their parents arms, and a leashed dcg sniffed at strangers. The watchers came and went and policemen strung lengths ot heavy ropt along the curbing to corral the surging crowd that came to watch men battle swirling, licking flames. They talked of fires they had MM and told what they wauld do if they were directing (he operation. And they took pictures and they stood back, on tha curb, as the policemen ordered. But they watched. As the night drew on the rani* of the curious thinned. The flame* were all but gone and all that remained was the thick Mack smoke and the acrid after-amet! of the fire. 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