Independent from Long Beach, California on February 4, 1960 · Page 62
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P8 Z 3 - P 2 Z4-PIB Z 5 l*nt INDgrENDENT-PKESS-TElEOXAM ll«h, C«lll, TlHiri., Ftb. 4, 1M Junk Yard Mess Brings $250 Fine ST. LOUIS (/Fl--It would seem to be nn occupational hazard but a St. Louis junk dealer was fined $250 for having a messy junkyard. Adam Laub pleaded innocent in City Court, saying he couldn't get the price he wanted for the junk and had no place else to put it. Hit With Bottlt, Love Doesn't Cool VINELAND, N. J. /[)--A disorderly c o n d u c t charge lodged against Jose Antonio Monies, 26, was dismissed after his wife told the judge she wished to drop it. '1 love him," said the woman in asking the judge to dismiss her c o m p l a i n t that Monies had hit her over the lead with a bottle of detergent. ST. LOUIS (#--Taxi driver company John Shelley's nomination for the friendliest robber on record is a passenger who drew ·» revolver, robbed him and hen v forced Shelley to ac- NEW KIND OF TYPEWRITER!! WHITE SEA BASS HITTING Mixed with a generous run of yellowtaii, big white sea bass are beginning to hit, Pacific and Pierpoint L a n d i n g both report. Here are some l u n k e r s taken on Fisherman II out of Pacific Monday Despite the rain Skipper Whitey Ashley reported I I sea bass and 116 yellows were brought to gaff Pictured here are CarroLSh.ve 904.5 Buckles Downey; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Howard, tourists from Englewood, Colo Rob e i i S e e b o l d , Hollywood (with 45-pound jackpot); Charles Stone, 5922 N. Eastbrook, L a k e w o o d - Bob __^ a - Los Angeles; and Joe Nelson, Lynwood.--(Eddie McEwen photo.) Tlie HERMES 3000 "Professional" Portable! Friendly Robber Hosts Victim him on t round of taverns. They spent the money on drinks. Shelley then hailed a. pair of policemen and had his host, a former convict, arrested. CALTEX DRAPERIES CALTEX WELCOMES YOUR BANKAMERICARD FOR CREDIT WHEN YOU WANT IT Custom Drapery Labor Special OFFICE EXTRAS! More featurn Ihnli most office models! Special balanced sfrohe action for office machine touch and speed automjiiir margin* magically appear over vour paper . . . set at the' 'touch of * button . . . many other tine Swiss extras, precision made by Hermesl Two-Million-Dollar Gift for School Communications Center SYRACUSE, N.Y. (/pi -- [academic proprams in the Establishment of the New- communications field." Newhouse, whose two sons house Communications Cen- .._ ,,..,, ,,., ,,,,, ter--A u n i q u e center for edu- attended Syracuse, said I hat c a t i o n and research in mass communications -- has heen announced by Syracuse University. Dr. William P. Tnllcy. chan- 90 per cent of his eslale -estimated at more than $100 million -- w i l l po to the Newhouse Foundation on his death. ccllor of the university, said the center will be made possible by a series of gifts from the Newhouse Foundation, established in 1935 by Mr " ~ "" "*-"iivuo^ and Mrs. Samuel I. Newhouse 30 ' heatls l h e Jcrsc y Journal The Newhouses have made an of Jorscy Cit - v - N '. J - Thc ' wM S. I. NEWHOUSE JR., is currently in charge of the Newark, NJ. Slar-Ledper. Donald Edward Newhouse. initial gift dollars. of two m i l l i o n ; TOLLEY SAID h a l f of this money will be used for a new school of journalism building, expected to be completed in two years. The other half will be used for instructional pro- prams and fellowships for graduate work, research, and study by practicing professionals. The chancellor said o t h e r buildings will be acWed for e d u c a t i o n a l television and (he entire range of communications programs in radio-TV, a u d i o - v i s u a l e d u c a t i o n , speech, reading, i n f o r m a t i o n services, c o m m u n i c a t i o n s research and scholarly p u b - lishing. Newhouse, a trustee of the university, is publisher and owner of a group of daily newspapers and magazines and is active in the radio-TV field. * * * * ALSO PLANNED for t h e cenier is a c o m m u n i c a t i o n s ' library containing research materials in mass media. "Wo see in the Newhouse. communications center a n e w ! approach to the study of mas media," said Tolley. "The aim Is to achieve more distin giiishcd and more responsibl HE CHECKS IN His Little Brother Missing? It's Him! GRANGEMOUTH, England (UPI) -- Billie Heggie, a 7-year-old wearing d i r t y jeans, entered the elegant Leapark Hotel and told" the clerk: "My l i f l l a brother is missing. Mummy's busy and told me In go to a hotel." R i l l i e signed the register, was shown to his room, ordered a magazine on t h e bedside phone, and began soaking himself in a h a t h . An hour later the holel manager discovered Billie himself was the missing lit- t l e brother. hold t h e only v o t i n g stock in t h e f o u n d a t i o n . Five others, i n c l u d i n g Mrs. Newhouse, a director of Conde Nast publi cations, will serve as foun dation trustees. .No exact t i m e t a b l e foi f u r t h e r gifts during New house's lifetime has been set. Newhouse, 6-1, hopes to see the center completed in his lifetime. Newhouse said the greates need of journalism is for more |and better t a l e n t , particularly 'on the editorial side, and the I center's major function wil be to a t t r a c t and develop it He said the center w i l l have the same editorial independence as his own newspapers. ftEAUV GOOP.' Tires * Brake and Front-end Service Mufflers and Tail Pipes * Shock Absorbers £ Headlight Aiming r Batteries and Battery Service DRIVE WITH SAFE BRAKES we'll do all this... Pull all 4 wheels and inspect brake linings and drums. 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