Jan. 24, 1958

Car dealer H.J. Caruso goes to jail … A witness in the L. Ewing Scott case attacks a TV cameraman … Imperial Emperor Bill Hendrix orders the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan to disband … And The Times leads all U.S. newspapers in total advertising linage. "The Times’ 1957 volume of advertising was the largest ever published by an American newspaper in a single year."



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2 Responses to Jan. 24, 1958

  1. Dave says:

    That’s not Henry J. Caruso, father of L.A. Disneyfier Rick, is it?
    –This is indeed Henry J. “H.J.” Caruso and as far as I can determine his son is developer Rick Caruso.


  2. Carol Gwenn says:

    RE: Mr. Caruso the elder.
    When the LA Times Magazine did a piece on Rick Caruso sometime last year, it did indeed mention the fact that his father had run afoul of the law nearly 50 years back. It seems it’s a subject that the younger Caruso speaks very little about.


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