California Pasadena Independent Newspaper Archives Sep 11 1957, Page 3

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Independent, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1957, Pasadena, CaliforniaKim Lover moved in then out Malibu. Cons a love sick 22-Yearold labourer from new Jersey was arrested by Sher Iff s deputies yesterday after he admitted living in the Malibu summer Home of actress Kim Novak for the Pas Throe Days. Taken into custody a Dominick Buono of Jersey City who told deputies he saw miss Novak in a picture a Short time ago and immediately fell in love with her. Buob said he arrived in town last month and sought out miss Novak s Home. He said he decided o move into he Plush Malibu Resi Dence when he. Discovered she was out of town. Deputies were alerted that someone was prowling around the Novak Home by service1 station attendant Jerry John son. Set. Keith Lloyd checked the House and spotted Buono who first stoutly maintained he was miss Novak s husband. Under questioning Buono finally admitted he was simply in love with the actress and was taken to county jail where he was booked on suspicion of burglary. Judge does t want 10-year-old desks complaints that old Roll top desks and other incongruous furniture will be placed in the n e w courthouse were aired yesterday before county supervisors. In a letter to the Board municipal judge Merten l. Barker chairman of the municipal courts building com Mittee said much of the furniture is at least 10 years old. Campaign announcement denied Knowland Speaks Here preceding u. S. Sen. Williami Kressi and the adm Nistra Nia senator said he opposed c arrival in _ f. Knowland s arrival in Pasa Llou s foreign policy. Dena for a speech today his the meeting will be open to executive Secretary denied in it Fresno last night that the Cali fornia Republican will announce himself this week end As a candidate for governor. The rumours that Knowland will announce his position on the governorship candidacy in Long Beach this saturday is without any foundation what his Gleason said. Aide James Knowland who has indicated he will not seek re election to the Senate has not announced is candidacy to oppose gov. Goodwin Knight although his current speaking tour has been widely regarded As a prelude o such an announcement. The senator is scheduled to speak Here today at a noon luncheon meeting of the United service clubs in the civic auditorium. He will discuss accomplishments of the recent session of con the Public and luncheon tickets May be bought at the door. Knowland was expected earlier to make formal announcement of. His candidacy for governor of California when he addresses the Board of directors of the California re publican Assembly on saturday at the Lafayette hotel in Long Beach. To work speaking in Fresno yester Day Knowland said he sup ports right to work Legisla Tion because he is unalterably opposed to a. Labor oligarchy usurping the taxing Powers of government. If i never hold another to Federal subsidies to schools by i cause he believes it inevitable that with a Large Federal Grant schooling must accept some degree of Federal control. This would be one of lie worst things that could pen to he said. We must keep education within our states and local commune he strongly approved the administration s move to in join Arkansas gov. Orval k. Faubus from preventing the in trance of negro pupils to a Little Rock school. J i think we have to follow i through the due process Law in the Arkansas school integration he said. I Don to los angles City votes for roses float Hie los Angeles City Council s Linance committee yesterday voted to award a s6000 contract for the City s float in the 1938 tournament of roses Parade to Miller Brothers Hastain. Inc. Of 9362 lower Azusa re Rosemead. Theme of the new year s Day Parade is Day dream ir.2." the theme of to City s float will be big league baseball. The approved design shows a 17-foot-tall baseball player with a huge Bat swinging at a baseball of while carnations. Chamber studies rubbish pickup Altadena chamber of com Merce will wait until after this evening s mass meeting before endorsing any method of refuse disposal for that Community. The chamber s Board of directors met this week to hear after three private collectors outline the Independent ii. Their plans to erect a Transfer station in Altadena and haul refuse to a Castaic dump Sitt directors agreed however not to make any decisions at this time but to wait until a the meeting this in Altadena school. I below Cost i air conditioners mod fun Ramo i 2s5 e. In. Jim. J. Ulii i helical office. He told the believe we can tolerate a Situa a Fresno rotary club i will not Tion of also on the political be intimidated by a few labor leaders. I intend to Appeal to the rank and file of labor for Laws to protect their while at Fresno the califor Cash carry thief sports Crew Cut governor Knight although not i yet officially on will i make a major political address at s . Tuesday in the Huntington Sheraton hotel before members of the Pasadena Young republicans sponsors of the meeting Pasadena re publican club and the women s division of he club. The sensational Thomas Organ plus Bench Eity to Trot Ken Bolton inc. Exelis Iilva dealer 55-s. Gurfield Pasadena by 6-2g3i men. I Rel. . Til 9 opting a Accart fir or my or or Fen t. A. By stiff current rate per annul payable 4 times a year on All accounts a youth with a Crew haircut i was being hunted last night for three san Marino burglaries and another in South Pasadena All committed Early yesterday while the victims were asleep. San Marino police said they were convinced All the thefts were the work of one Man. Cash and carry he entered in All cases through unlocked a detective pointed out. Lie took Only Cash. He was interested Only in purses or wallets and went into the bedrooms to get South Pasadena officers noted they after a burglar for now thanks to one awakened Vic Tim they have a notion of what they Are looking for. The awakened victim was Hugh r. Mcneil of 1715 Ramiro rd., san Marino. Mcneil heard a noise in his bedroom and stirred. He raised himself up in bed just As the thief was stealthily moving out of the room. The Young intruder got away with Mcneil said he was Wear ing White Duck pants and a dark shirt and was Barefoot. The burglar got s24 from the Home of Robert s. Dowling 1858 Euclid ave. From the Home of Harry Kilpatrick 1s42 Euclid and in South from the Albert b. Aizen stad residence at 1841 Clark place. Total s219. Mutual savings and to an a5soc i action 315 e. Colorado st., Pasadena Syco mor. 3-5161 assets Over 100 million dollars monday and Friday tuesday wednesday thursday and saturday Back to Campus sport shirt specials excellent assortment of famous fabrics All guaranteed washable plaid checks stripes. Nch Ivy and regular styles Long sleeves a. Lots of Comfort. Lots of style in shoes by Rob Lee the shoe with the fe6linq b. C. D. A. Hand sewn Moccasin perfect for Campus Wear moderately priced too. Black Brown. Sizes to b. Roblee Brogue proper for every occasion. Teak. Sizes to 12.14.95 c. 3-eyelet tie Oxford Rob Lee s famous invisible stitch ing. Black Brown. Sizes to 12 .13.95 d. 2-eyelet Moc front soft and easy on your feet. Block teak. Sizes to 12. .13.95 men s shoes downstairs store Green Stamps with All Cash purchases Pasadena Sycamore 6-0181 Alhambra Atlantic 9-5275 regularly 4.95 to 5.95 men s furnishings Street floor Whittier Oxbow 3-8291 West Arcadia Hillcrest 6-3131 Pomona Lycoming 9-9721

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