Independent from Long Beach, California on April 4, 1963 · Page 14
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 14

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, April 4, 1963
Page 14
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Wilmington Journal Is Padlocked by IRS lor Nonpayment of Taxes Edison Scholarship Committee Appointed Three tiring Beach men and president. National City Bank continuing struf-Ie news-one from Huntington ParVof Le=s Beach, and Thomas J. c mj INDEPENDENT-* «g. MS Navy Sets Limited Quarantine After Meningitis Kails Recruit frcn told the 2 the Wlmingtoa Press-Journal ( present: jpapen aU over the countryjwere named to a" panel to'Goff, editor of "the Huntinjtem SAN DIEGO (UFT;--Nivyi All 12.000 recruits wete racks, eat separately Bel T! pa ,fJ? r °* fTM? 6 . l ? P?y| Take only your personaliare having to ketp their heads interview outstanding high Park Daily Signal. doctors said Wednesday there .quarantined for three days\ther units and exercisa withholding and Social Se-jbelongings, and please leave above water." [school students competing for] Students from this area was no n e e d to extend a March 10 when five casss or apart . AH are taking daily The Wilmington paper was Southern California Edison,who will be interviewed in-quarantine imposed ca 60 re- the infectious disease vere'ntions of sulfadiarine tablets, a daily until several months.Co. $4,000 scholarships and | clude Phil W. Arnold. 2SO|cruits after another outbreak [reported. One of the %-Jctimsj Qffu^j, ^54 u^j curity taxes collected from the building." ·workers, it waj disdosed ( « » · · Wednesday. j A G E N T S padlocked the . . . ,, , . . , Robert A. Riddell. distnctjdoor on the building of the director of the Internal Reve-99-year-old onetime nue S e r v i c e , said agents'newspaper, and sealed walked into the newspa per! windows- office at 616 N. Avalon Blvd,! R i d d e l l said daily ago when it combined with'scholastic "Gold Awards." |Belmont Ave, of Wilson Highjof meningitis killed one re- .v~ tr,.*^, ii,;i c;--.v--t ·«.. ---T: " ? - 1 --- 1 -Peter L. Krause, 6001 CTuit and hopitalized another the Harbor Mail. Since then The papists. proceedings the Thursday and "Sunday. ' 'manager, are George P. Taub-!Mayfair Founded by the late Gen,'man. Long Beach attorney.'Alaa J. it has been published each by A. L. Code. Edison district'Fidler Ave, Lakewood, High Phineas Banning in 1S64, thejchainnan; Harry J. Wilmington, late Tuesday. | would be started immediately Wilmington Journal. later the executive vice president "of'SchooL Armed with seizure orders ~to convert an assets into Press-Journal, was one of "·-' -- "-- u '"*·--' ""--' " rl -from federal tax court, the cash for the purpose of satis- Fence Fig lit Flares Anew fit City Hall f j-ing tax claims.' A f o r m a l statement released by the Internal Revenue Service district director stated: "Action has been taken to close the Wilmington Press- Journal and the Harbor Mail. Inc, due to failure of Prcsi- · The month-long fence fight dent Edward L. Fike to pay at City Hall flared brie fly | to the federal government again this week when cityifunds w i t h h e l d from em cbuncilmen disagreed on what ployes" salaries for income to do about planting shrub- and Social Security taxes." bery along the outside of) Wednesday, the I n t e r n a l fenced golf courses. [Revenue Service revealed the 'Some councilmen wanted,amounts of the liens: $49,700 to receive and file a request to that effect, thereby burying it. · Others · favored sending it to the park department to keep it alive. They finally compromised against the Press-Journal, ark $3,700 against the Harbor Mail. Inc. , * * * · REACHED at his home Wednesday. Pike refused to comment on the seizure be- by receiving and filing and J xnd sending copies to the city manager and park department. No one was sure what saying, "It represents the action meant except that Carnival in Rome ROME (UPI--Thirty thousand straw-hatted small land the subject is likely to come ovraers md businessmen took up again, ' ' ov er Rome Wednesday in a ', The proposal came -from colorful annual carnival They the Civic Beiutification Com-'^aved anti-Communist ban- mittee of the Chamber of ncrs in defiant answer to left- Commerce's women's division, which declared that the public should not be offended wing pre-election attacks- The Assembly of the Smallholders Federation marked one of the 4 iy the sight of ugly fences ( highlights of and the pile of litter that al-ifor the April ways collect} behind." telections. the campaign 2S g e n e r a l Bill Would Increase City Share of Gas Tax I. FT Ln JknGlM iur«» and ;An additional $23 miUion'HiUs, $5^67; in road funds would be avail- $5,508. able to Los Angeles County in Q^ ., ,,,.«,,». of t h e 19SW4 if Senate Bill 344 be-. .5^ ce , "Jf ^ £ comes law. Supervisor Bur- *»" ^-ould be "another major ton W. Chace has announced, step toward keeping pace 1 Long Beach's share of this ^"* the increasing demands total would be $1,234,000, u Pf «" j; urface Stre 5" ^ Chace said. h.ghways by an eyer^vcreas- Other area cities would get m S motonr.g pub!«x varying amounts as follows:] The proposed legislation Torrance, $390,502; Cotnpton.,would return additional ,, . $25252; Lynwood, $H334;tax funds to the county and Paramount, $37,712; P a l o s its cities. The county alreadj Verdes Estates, $37,472; Sig-[spends $15.4 million annually rial Hill, $16^92; Rolling Hills ca road improvements, Chace E s t a t e s , $15,133; Rolling'said. recommended by Gi*eat Americans for 128 years «n show i tuj KrJ to D»ti!»l Wtbsrer, Crow "tie i ineit ia tit worl i" Old Cro^v Kentucky Bourbon todny--lighter, milder SO proof r KI aa i rtmr ca, nsurari n. torjan ruun extia *».ya · mar .relation between the two oat- .breaks of miningitis. 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