Independent from Long Beach, California on May 17, 1957 · Page 14
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 14

Long Beach, California
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Friday, May 17, 1957
Page 14
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, A-I4-INDEPENDINT M - "· Advance Irroup Visits LB. Atom Brings Hope on Cancer, Thyroid ^'"Top state Legionnaires Thursday ' toured Long IJpaeh facilities which will be used when the annual con- vtftion of the California Department of the American Ctglon meets here June 27.1 :-- Jflome 4.000 delegates plui. al.| Hround the clty by Arch Bonzep tajNMtes, families and guests are «8$cted for the three-day af ·The advance delegation was rfjded by Leo W, Crawford, department commander. Craw* fjrd.TJvea In Redwood City and VV. CRAWFORD BUto Commander drculatlon manager of The I City Tribune. wai accompanied by state ·KJutnnt Gordon A. Lyons, of £n Francluco, Mrs. Cathl Se- Htm, 'of Ml, Shasta, president f the California Lesion Auxiliary and others. · * · » · THE VISITORS were shown Jbwt/i Admits **·'*- Brutal Killing tiSJWoman, 73 COLO. CD -- A Milder high school student sob- b*9 In R confession to police Ijlinday that he beat a 73- ygr-old neighbor woman to dfiith with a ballpcen hammer ·Miauled her body to a hiding tCo» In a toy wagon. JBKvln Martel Stelter, 19, told iyice Chief Myron Teegarden tE. afternoon that he killed MM. Ellenora Allen, a widowed dsWice pensioner, on the night 8 In a driving rain- 'ho Is In charge of convention rrangements, and his assistant, ctcrans' parade organizer here, fterans parade organizer here, lans the biggest parade ever ~en at a state convention for e June event. Headquarter* for the meetings 111 be the Wlllon Hotel with ost business sessions scheduled r Municipal Auditorium, Thursday's tour wound Ith a dinner meeting at BROOKHAVEN, N.Y. W --|tlon treatments and radioactive The atom Is bringing hopes for longer life to thousands of peo pie suffering from heart disease and thyroid ailments, Including cancer, two American endocrl nologlsls told (in International science convention Thursday. They reported on the use ol radioactive Iodine In the thyroid gland*. The specialists were Dr. Earle cancer, he said. M. Chapman, of the Harvard Medical School, and Dr. Sidney School of Medicine. They spoke at the Inter-Amer- can symposium on peaceful uses of the atom, More than 200 U.S. and Latin-American scientists jarc In conference nt Brookhaven upjnatlonal laboratory, atomic re- the search center. Dr. Chapman llton attended by the stalejprescnted details on present day ;ccutlve« and the local convcn- on or;anlzer». efforts to combat cancer, Including surgery, external radla- Iodine. HR 8A.ID THERE are about 15 per cent of all thyroid can' ccrs "whose Iodine avidity war rants the administration of doses of 1-131." This Is the Isotope of radioactive Iodine. The object Is to prevent further growth of Inoperable Dr. Chapman afterward It In told too reporters early to C. Werner, Columbia Unlverilty evaluate on a large scale the lone term result!. He Kino described In an Interview H technique to assist peo- ile suffering with heart ailment* jy uslnc 1-131 on tly thyroid. Here, he said, the object Is to owcr metabolism--that In, to reduce the amount of body activity, requirement! of oxygen, etc.--thereby cnslnc the burden on the heart. NOW OPEN EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT UNTIL 9: 15 P.M. ALSO Monday and Friday Nights Regular Store Hours YOU BUY MORE--FOR LESS «t MERCHANTS FURNITURE WAREHOUSE A SENSATIONAL VALUE CLUB CHAIR A large, luxuriously comfortable c h a i r , , with a rich, long-wearing Naugahyde leather cover. De luxe construction, 8-way hand-tied spring web Bate. Choice of colors. ' Made to Retail for $139.95 Reg. $49.50 Matching Ottoman ....$26.50 d-tied spring 96 The Ideal Gift for Dad I Order Now for Father 1 ! Day delivery! Sthltf Tcccardcn snld the boy Abed that he "doesn't know" iSy he killed the nld woman, fBo had lived next door lor iftr»\ years. body was not discovered : last Monday, May 1.1. RECLINER CHAIR CARPET REMNANTS MADI TO RITAIL FOR Sf.IO KM. COMFOftr . , , iiui'i IM mm ·( tKII cftllr. HuwlilU. i«r l* tlMft, lMll«r trlM. ttll »d but. I lltluK I DIM JJ'1'4- «,| ««H Ulril ,,,» ,.,, 'S3 I. 1 . 1 !?' 4 " "·" ·"····i tun ~ In baking ham, juice is the secret of flavor-but flame evaporates juice , Here's why: . .. . ^ FUmi needs air to breathe. A flame-heated oven constantly Inhales dry air, exhales moist air--literally cooks meat in a hot draft that evaporate* · food juices. Ham, especially, can dry out that way. Because a 12-pound ham takes about 3 hours to cook. In that length of time, a Mime oven can really , . dry up a lot of juice, -.- ·* . ·,,_ . · . . But when you cook It electrically, there's no draft of constantly changing J air. Because there's no flame. You cook In moist heat, not dry heat. Result? More juice stays in the ham -- and It tastes better. · \..* ,..,,:-',- .. . · Hera are more good reaaona for cooking electrically. It's far cleaner. And " : cooler and safer, too. Actually, electric cooking Is the only modern way to .' cook. See your electrical appliance dealer soon. UVI ·STTTER-ILECTRICAILY SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA COMPANY " fld you know? FlimtUii.ilaelrle eooklng cotti about $1,30 to S1.50 · month for · family of 4 . . . Open 9:30 a.m. to 9:15 p.m. Balance of Week P l i s s e G o w n s 177 Sim 34 to 44 Non-clinging cotton pliii*, that waihn In a jiffy, netdi no iron* ing, Full length. Prints, solids. 59c Tailored Nylon Briefs Whil. ari j colon. S!HI |.,.7 Women's Pedal Pushers 2.98 values. Twills, seersuckers, mercerized iheen gabardines · in solid colors, checks' and stripes, Hi-rise waistlines, Ivy styles, others. 10-18. Sleeveless Cotton Shirts. Solid colors and woyen gingham plaids, stripes, checks, 10-14. "Royal Purple" 1.35 NYLONS Your Choice 77 Save 1.74 on 3 pairs · Knee high Ultra Sheer · Ultra Sheer Stratch · Dren-Up Ultra Sheer · Ultra Sheer for Dullness · Ultra Sheer Seamlen Reg. 3.98 Cordtex Bra ^^·r 2.99 L i t t l e B o y s 1 R e g u l a r 1.98 Denim Jackets 177 2 thru ftX Sanforized denim, snap front closing, lelf collar, 2-tona rib Icnit cuff and waiitband. Y o k « back, slash pock* · ti. Faded blue, mint, wheatone. L i t t l e B o y s ' R e g u l a r 1.98 Denim S l a c k s 1.77 thru 6X Half boxer ityU with self belt in f r o n t , inug-tex eloitic bock. 2 p o c k e t i , zipper fly. cuffi. Faded blue, mint, whea- tone colon, . Elliptic inierti In under, buit and diaphragm band, firm yet comfortable. Adjustable ttrapt with Parva buckle. White. Slzei 32 to 42. A-B-C CUQI. Nu-Comfort' back Zipper Girdle' tegular 9.98, Straight, average and full hip ^ OO tyies, 13 to 17-in. length. 26 to 38 walit 7oTT Women's 3.98 "Raffios" 1.99 Wedges, landals, long weave raffia flats and pearllied straws in wedgie straps. Cool white, natural beige and · malt beige. Sizes 4 to 9 in this group. 3.98Bi!twe!s 299 Ine leathers with Sear- i l.Foam soles. Perfect ' u a l i t y . Specially rlced for Jubilee nly. L i m i t e d uantity. Sites '/» to 3. Tot*' No-Iron Plliw P-J'». Two-piece s»yl«. Short sleeves, V-neck, snap fr.nt closing. 2-8-- Girls' Cute 2-Pc. QQc 7 7 Playsuits i 33 Make summer fun cool pleasure with p o p u l a r styled playiuits. Cotton twill, denimt, no-iron and ruff! cottons In many colors. Midriff, halter and tuck-in tops. Elastic back shorts. Sizes 7-14. 2.59 value Pedal Pushers 1.66 Combed p o p - lins in choice of ,. ' gay prints and . lollds. 7 to 14. faa* rree Sfer " Juit tay "CHARGE IT." U«. S«an Revolving Charge. Up to 6 met. to pay- Downtown Long Beach A m.n e .n

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