Independent from Long Beach, California on March 30, 1962 · Page 6
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 6

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P*q. A ^-INDEPENDENT ·-, 1« C»M. HiWf. »«. ·· '*·! IT WONT WORK? f"n'l nwr.ir .it it! Check "Call an ]A|vn" in Cl.i'.sidcil f»r .1 icli.ible serviceman. RFK Says Gamblers Payroll Top OHicials /'VIA' FARE 7?v Wait Dilscn mmw Reward WASHINGTON '/n-Atty. (!cn. Robert F. Kennedy told Scnjtors Thursday he has strong rudcncc that major public officials in communities in lhi - South, l-ist and \Vt-st "are on the payroll of big-time gamblers " He testified at a Senate J u d i c i a r y Committee hearing in support nf a new wiretap me.i'-uic u h i c h he .said has been c.ncfully d r .1 w n to s t r i k e .1 h.il.mcc between tin- r i g h t cil privacy and the needs of law c n l n u e m e n t . Talking with newsmen a f t - er the heating, Kennedy declined In name the communities in which he believes political leaders have been corrupted by the underworld-or even to say how many he bad in mind. But he said that with the requested authority to tap telephones, he believes the government could get the additional information it needs f o r successful prosecution and "remove these officials f i o i n public office." \ %m *' Capacity Candidates Kxcccd KI.KTO.M, Md. Ml--There the county $8.991 extra for 98 candidates won't fit on Ihc are so many candidates try-'the May 15 primary. ,votinK machines. Converters ing to get elected in Cecil County commissioners dis-lfor each of the 54 machines County, they're going to cost'covered that the names of,will cost $166.50 apiece. CARL'S HAS BEEN SELECTED BY THOMASVILLE TO GROUPS Thomasvillc, one o! America's foremost furniture manufacturers has authorized Carl's to pass on discounted prices on the Periquc group. Never before offered at such remarkably low prices. MANUFACTURER'S DISCOUNTED PRICES GF ONE TIME SALE OF penque THIS BEAUTIFUL DINING ROOM GROUP SHOWS LINES .incr, of Eastern i n t o simplicity . craftsmanship bom from tho nr.r.r, . . . rich \vord patterns n| ib:-^ brov.'n walnut, banded in L;.~;;."n harcv.vnd, mark CHOOSE FROM A COMPLETE SELECTION OF ANY OF THE LISTED ITEMS . . . TO BE GROUPED INTO 8-PC. SETS! ihi.i ir.-:-.-uohly all-Amcrican new iurnituio. Note ho\v the picccr, combine to create tailored-to- ordcr storage in thi" dinina man; ;-eitinn. ' Sr. Inblc opens to 96" * Rd. table opens to 81" * Harvest table opens to 68 x 53" · 57" Buffet · 57" China Top · 62" Buffet · 48" China · 43" Secretary Desk · Splat back chairs--side and arms · Cane back chairs--side and arms F U R N I T U R E - AMPLE PARKING AT HEAR ENTRANCE C A R P E T 1250 E, PACIFIC COAST HWY., LONG BEACH · HE 7-7457 TERMS WALTER A. RYAN Purzlcd by Fourth Child mvmi wnc.K j Ex-Priest Agrees to Child Support SAN FKANCISCO /ll -- Tlu marital problems of a Catholic ex-Army chaplain, now a defrocked priest, received a sympathetic hearing Thursday from a Jewish ex-Army chaplain sitting on the bench in Domestic Relations Court. Then Judge Joseph Karesh accepted the "very fair and reasonable offer" of Walter A. Ryan. 56. to pay $100 a month from his $201.57 disability pension for the sup- iport of three daughters. Hut. the judge ruled, the money won't he turned over o blonde Alice Ryan. 41, of; Glen Head, N. Y., until shcl urn* over sacrrd vessels of; tie church the rx-prii-st I r f t ' v-hind when he came In Oili- : ornia in I05. r . * * * * ! UNDER questioning of the court, Ryan denied that he, ind heen ahducted from home! the Catholic Church o r j icld virtual prisoner in mon-j astcries. as his wife clurpcd :n n S2.373.000 suit against the church. The ex-priest said he left n u t - p a t i e n t "f the I.ettcrmnn their home at Fort Salonga,'Army Hospital and "right Long Island, by m u t u a l nmv I'm under sedation ho- agrccmrnt. April -1. 10. r i. r ). and cause t h e pain is quite intol- "I never saw Mrs. Ryan ( . r .-ihle." igain." . . . . Judge Karrsh continued' ASSISTANT Oiv. Atty. he case until May 1 to give .Alfred Del Carlo noted Irut Mrs. Ryan an opportunity to Ryan slopped support pav- answrr statements of her mcnts three months after thr- hushand. including "the m.it- child-support case was filed, ter of p a t e r n i t y of the fourth Ryan said t h a t wasn't th* child." .reason. He said he quit Iv- · · · · cause his wife refused to ar- IT WAS the fourth daugh-.cept $100 a month and t i t l e er. now 5, Ryan testified, to his SISOOO property at that led him to reduce and Fort Salonga as final settle- finally cut off suppon pay- mem for child support. ments to his wife. He denied j · paternity. She said he f a t h - 1 ·; 11 i. rp . cred the daughters during aj ' ( 'Ji H t l l l S H.M 12-hour return visit in l!)f0.; f · · i i , The quict-vo.ced ex-pries, ! "f H".TM Kocl«'l sai.l he h.iil paid a total of ,., CKRR , TO ( up|,_|-n 2 SIO,077.:! in rhild support . since Iravmg home. !lr test,- I1 "'" ll 1 ' m TM" srd «"««· fied t h a t at f i r s t lie sent his ponrmrnt of a rmmcm.ide full ilis.ihilitv rheck, reduced rorket firing. it to $100 a month when he n.ivid Ciiiidici, I D . a n d K e l l y learned of the youngest child. M ar r),)n.ild. IS. h.id planned then-V,0. and f i n a l l y c m , , off d , k ,,,,,,, altogether in March 10(11 when he was unahle "to get TM" four-stage. sohd-fucled. an amicable settlement." .'lO-inch rocket will get us The former clergyman testi- initial a l t i t u d e under a 10- fied he was unahle to work foot balloon, because of hoart trouble and Air Force, observers were arthritis which h.id partially to be present. The youths deprived him of »«· of his hope the rocket will rc.iih left arm. He said lie is an .in a l t i t u d e of 100 miles. TRADE UP 70 THE NEW ·.".ill i l l r 1 U I \-\ -""'.' NEW 23-INCH* WIim TtRM$ FROM TOTAL-VIEW $' TELEVISION PORTABLE PRICES FROM ,'hlf t r i t x i M . - n . D-i M.-nt. cr-rr- r t ( U I'.oJ ^ i r t - I *\\\ u^t.'ir. · · I ' d I (· r h n ' l i :.- i r . - u W r * r r f ; -i i f i - r - · : : r "I \»- t u i t m c nt* ' · · f . '-.I « : · v M " ( f i v S . u ^ J i l ! ' · : i t. rr ^ f i ' i r- f i-l \tr\ tt I a m. *l pm» 1 FULL YEAR V SERVICE You Won't Find Lower Prices Than Burk'i Prien! OPEN Evcningt 'til 9 Sundays 'til 7 HE 5-6303 SP 5-2919

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