California Pasadena Independent Newspaper Archives Aug 9 1957, Page 9

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Independent, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1957, Pasadena, CaliforniaAt present City attorney of fight phone Rote boost try Angeles. City atty. Roger Arnebergh said yester Day his office would oppose the application of the Pacific Tele phone and Telegraph co. For rate increase. Based upon our present in formation the rate increase vague police report hit in supplies theft los Angeles. A police department report on the a legend disappearance of approximately Worth of medi Cal supplies from a health department warehouse was stud led yesterday by the City coun cil. At the request of councilman Edward r. Ijo bal action on the report was deferred two weeks until each councilman can study it. This is the most approximate report i be even seen and i think we ought to hold it approximately two Roybal said. To said the report was vague and made no specific recommendations but that it indicated that Between 1942 and the present most of lie Medica supplies had disappeared. Roybal said the present Valu of the remaining medical sup i plies was estimated by the cite purchasing agent at approximately governorship cagy Washington. If Republican House members from Call fornia said they left a delegation breakfast with sen. Know land yesterday with the impression the senator would run for governor of California. But several emphasized that nothing Knowland said gave them that impression. They said they had such an impression previously and that the re publican Leader de finitely did not announce his candidacy at the breakfast. One member who would not authorize quotation by name 1 said Knowland told the group he was seriously considering running but did not go beyond does not appear to be Justi Arnebergh said. He said he and duty. City atty. Alan g. Campbell a specialist in Public Utility matters would appear before the state Public Utility commission when the Case comes up for a learing. No Date has yet been set for he hearing. Arnebergh said the City would withdraw its opposition f it was clearly shown the re Quested rate increase was Justi red in order for the company o earn a fair return on its investment. The company is asking for a i cent increase on Calls beyond eight Miles a boost on person to person Calls within he state and increased charges or installing and changing phones. Employer faces labor charges los Angeles. A los an Gles manufacturer was charged yesterday with illegally employing 50 children to package toy s for Timeir More fortunate playmates. The manufacturer sol b. Amen president of amen industries inc., was accused of paying Only with food or at the rate of 25 cents Ari hour. The youngsters ranging in age from 9 to 15 years As Sert edly were used to process the packaging of the toys at the suburban Panorama City fac tory. Amen will be arraigned on the charges filed by United states attorney Laughlin Waters next monday. Count sued Over land slip los Angeles. Owners of land involved in the Earth slip Page at nearby Palos. Verdes Peninsula sued los Angeles county for yester Day. Three complaints filed in Superior court charged that the shifting buckling and cracking of the Earth was the result of county construction work which began in january 1954 on Crenshaw Boulevard and Palos Verdes drive South. The sliding started aug. 20, 1956, the complaint said. Serving you. At Fox s five acres Bob Kenney general manager Fine used cais thick St vie All makes. Gumc thick Hist 1mick fans station eng Ixko Orrin w. Fox was i 5 Steelman defends Price hike Washington

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