Independent from Long Beach, California on February 3, 1960 · Page 7
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 7

Long Beach, California
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Wednesday, February 3, 1960
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Page A-8--INDEPENDENT "··"'» '" cl " c ""' Wed " Ftl '' "" The World Around De Gaulle Gets Emergency Power PARIS (Wednesday) (UPI)--The French National Assembly early today voted overwhelmingly in favor of President Charles de Gaulle's request for near-dictatorial powers to crush extremist plotting and safeguard "liberty and democracy in France." The emergency bill, put before the _ Assembly Tuesday night by Premier OlllCt Oil Michel Dcbre. gives De Gaulle, through ^ Parliament. followed by less t h a n 48 hours the collapse of the week-long Algiers' settlers' uprising. It gave the De Gaulle regime carte blanche to "take the measures necessary to assure (he maintenance of order, the safeguarding of the state, and t h e pacification and administration of Algeria." Red Parly Bcalen TRIVANDRU'M. India (APJ--A non- Communist alliance led by Prime Minister Nehru's Congress Party won a smashing victory Tuesday over the Reds in the South Indian state of Kerala. The state has been run by the Indian federal government since last summer when the then ruling Communist regime was ousted by presidential order for failing to maintain order and safety during rioting. The alliance took a majority of 65 scats in Kerala's 126-mcmber legislative assembly by the time half the re- l u r n s from Monday's special election had been counted. Mikoyan Trip Set MOSCOW (AP)--Anastas !. Mikoyan is leaving for Cuba to give a boost to revolutionary morale in that turbulent island. The date of his departure has not been announced here, and the situation may be the same as when the first deputy premier left for Mexico. Authorities announced he had left only after his plane had taken off. flank of Israel increased tension. Egypt and Syria are partners in President Gamal Abdel Nasser's United Arab Republic, most powerful of the Arab neighbors surrounding Israel. The Cairo newspaper Al Ahram said Egyptian troops have moved into positions all along the U. N. patrolled Egyptian-Israeli frontier as a result of the weekend clashes between Israelis and Syrians in a demilitarized zone near the Sea of Galilee. DOWN TO THE DEPTHS British Prime Minister Macmillan, left, accompanied by South Africa Commissioner Sir John Maud, prepares to descend irtto gold mine in Africa where he is on tour.--(AP) Bank Teller, Friend Admit $4,000 (Continued from Page A - l ) thought he could help all these people financially as well as himself. "Actually, we were just beginning to get out from under. We sold our 1957 Thunderbird and that helped us meet some bills. We're driving a 1960 pickup truck, those subtitles in English." SHELLNUT and his wife were married M m o n t h s ago. .lohnson and his w i f e have wife what he had done. They talked it over, she said, and agreed he should go to the police. Tuesday night, as their hus- N E W YORK (UPI) -- Gen. Dnuglas MacArthur underwent further medical tests Monday, Shellnut told his Tuesday to determine whether surgery would "be necessary to correct his prostate condition. Col. Gordon Barclay, 1st Army spokesman, said a de- bands sat in jail, Mrs. John-| c i s i o n on the p O S s i b iiity O f son and Mrs. Shellnut sat in su ,. Rerv was nol expected fm the Shellnut home and won- ,, t ,,,.,,., a n o t h e r 10 days ,,,. dcred about g e t t i n g a lawyer. "TROUBLE IS," Mrs. Shellnut said, "I'm broke. Where more. He said "various tesis on the general will be con tinned" d u r i n g thai t i m e . ,can I find a lawyer t h a t l Dr - G c o r R e w - Slaughter been married nine years and ( | OC sn'l w a n t money r i g h t ^ a i d the 80-year-old, five-star way? Oh well, I guess t h i n g s J K c n e r a l continued tn show s t e a d y improvement. Mac- have three sons. .lohnson said he and Shcll- can't get any worse." Mrs. Johnson smiled g n m l y . j A r t h u r entered Lenox Hill Yes thev can." she said.| hospital last Friday. His ail- 'My children have to go to ment has been diagnosed as school tomorrow." a non-malignant. nut planned the robbery of the bank some time ago. He thought Shellnut had f o r gotten about it, he said, u n t i l he looked up Friday afternoon and saw the cement mason at his window in his ridiculous disguise. But. Lt. Salyers said John son had drawn an extra $1.000 for his window Friday. Shellnut handed a paper sack and a note to Johnson demanding $1,000 on threat of injury to the teller's f a m i l y . Johnson put $2.000 in $20 hills and .another $2,000 in tens in it. * * * * AFTER SHELLNUT left t h e hank, Johnson pushed the alarm button. Friday night FBI agents questioned Johnson at his home. As they were com pleting their interrogation, Shellnut and his wife arrived for a visit. "Jim introduced Joe to the FBI man," Mrs. Shellnut said, "but Joe didn't appear particularly nervous." But whether it was meeting the FBI agent, or just, conscience in general, Shellnut nnd Johnson met in (he latter's car the next morning and decided they couldn't go through w i t h the crime. THEY PUT the money into * cardboard package, and Shellnut mailed it in Downey with a noie to the bank. The note read: "I am returning your money I took Friday. I never did vhis before and I am sorry for the trouble I have caused. Also sorry to have troubled teller and his family." Saturday night, the Johnsons and the Shellnuls drove to San Diego and went to n 1 movie to celebrate the John- L O N O B E A C H ' 538 L °"6 Bc «h Bl. ('/j 81, N, of Sears) HE 5-7467 sans' n i n t h wedding a n a i v r r Hrv. SAVE 201.401 THE COUNTER!. SURE-FIT ffl* QUALITY ^Ifc PLASTIC* SEAT COVERS YOU xsssi ISAVE STILL MORE ON FRONT SEATS ONLY PAY AS YOU RIDE ON EASY B U D G E T T E R M S BankAmericard and International Credit Card Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8-9 · Other Days 8-6 · Closed Sun. "IT WAS A Or tf.rman nr s" SANTA ANA, 2 0 7 1 So, Main (at St, Gertrude) Kl 5-0444 ANAHEIM, J I I O West Lincoln M Brookhurst KE 3-3423 «-.ih DOWNEY, 1 4 J I Fiieslone Bl, (nl Old Flivtr School Fd,) TO I - 7 8 J 2 , * Suit Seeks $212,500 in Boat Cras 11 Damage claims totaling $212,500 have been filed against the City of Long Beach as a result of a boating accident blamed for the death of a 13-year-old boy and injuries to six members of his boat fifmily. The accident happened Dec. 5, 1959, when moving pontoons of the. floating across the harbor driannel assertcdly crushed a in which the seven persons %vere passengers. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond W. Martin, of San Fernando, bridge asked $150,000 for the death entrance of their son, William James. Amounts sought for injuries to the others ranged from $7,500 to $25,000 each. Obliging Banker LONDON (UP1) -- A 12- year-old boy charged with trying to cash a forged check told police Tuesday he filled out the check incorrectly the first time and the bank manager obligingly showed him how to do it right. HUH?. How *H»n it you iiy "huh"? Lit us htlp y«n hiar kstter with »n ACOUS- TICON hurini all W* titt hiarln{ (rtil ACQUSTICON OF L. I. 207 E. 4th St., HI 2-W1 CALIFORNIA FEDERAL SAVINGS' $l/2-BILLION SUCCESS PARTY ENDS SOON! FOR NEW SAVINGS OR ADDITIONS OF $1000 OR MORE! Open your savings account by February 10- earn from February 1! Get 11 full months of dividends in 1960! California Federal Savings' giant $ ^-Billion Success Party is still drawing the crowds! Here's why: for your nmv account or addition to existing a c c o u n t yon receive a free party favor! Also...for new accounts or additions of §50 or.. more --you get Free Blue Chip Stamps, the new merchandise stamps you'll save faster than ever before! Enter the giant Blue Chip Stamp Co. Contest for fabulous prizes, too! Earn the new increased current annual rate ofttify on insured savings, with dividends paid, quarterly! Save in person or by mail at one of the .8 neighborhood offices of California Federal. Or, mail check or money order to Box #2103, Los Angeles 54, California. We pay postage both ways! NOTE: Federal ripul/iffons restrict us to a mnrt- n n i n oflMO slnnijis per ocecunl,--. WE Mill m u l l tttitnfis if j/on .we by 7»ini[. ,\'o sfcmjis given fnr Imns/crritiB lands Jronl one Cali/ornio Federal account to another. HUNDREDS OF NATIONALLY ADVERTISED GIFTS IN FREE BLUE CHIP STAMP CATALOG!. California Federal ; s first with Blue Chip Stamps for savings accounts! Over 7000 Lo3 Anirclcs area stores, supermarkets, pas stations, Rive them for purchases. Convenient stamp redemption renters now open. Come in -open your account get y°ur catalop and etamps and save for the gift of your choice. CALIFORNIA FEDERAL GIVES YOU fREE STAMPS FOR NEW SAVINGS! Hurry! Blue Chip Stamp Co. Contest Ends Feb. 5! MILLIONS OF FREE BLUE CHIP STAMPS! 10 ALL-EXPENSE HAWAIIAN VACATIONS FOR TWO! .Stamps 1000 900 800 700 'EDO 500 400 300 200 100 SO for for for for for for for for for for for New Account] or additions $1000 or more $ 900 to 5 999 $ 800 to $ 899 $ 700 to $ 799 $ 600 to S G99 $'500 to J 599 J 400 to $ 499 $ 300 to $ 393 $ 200 to $ 299 S 100 to $ 199 I 50 to $ 99 RESOURCES OVER $%-BILLION Feb. 5 is last day to enter! Pick up contest e n t r y cards at any C a l i f o r n i a Federal o f f i c e . Fill in your name and d r o p in mailbox. Win one of thousands of prizes in Grand Drawing on February 8! Winners will be notified. new rate A!l accounts insurer! tip lo $10,000 by agency ol U.S. Govt. CALIFORNIA FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION · NATION'S'LARGEST FEDERAL SAVINGS ASSOCIATION HEADQUARTERS OFFICE: Wilshire at Grand Los Angeles 54 MA 7-9901 RESEDA: 18260 Sherman Way Dl 2-6161 ST 6-3570 MIRACLE MILE: RANCHO PARK: 5680 Wilshire Blvd. 10682 W. Pico Blvd. Los Angeles 3S Los Angeles 64 WE 8-3471 VE 9-2366 MEMBER: FEDERAL SAVINGS *HO WAN INSURANCE CORF*. LAKEWDOD: 4248 Woodruff Ave. Lakewood 8 HA 9-5991 HOLLYWOOD: 1543 N. Vermont Ave. (Barnsdall Shopping Center) Los Angeles 27 · NO 3-8221 GRANADA HILLS: 16912 Devonshire St. (North Hills Shopping Center) EM 3-8191 SOUTHWEST: 2610 W. Imperial Highway Inglewood 4 PL 6-1401

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