Independent from Long Beach, California on February 21, 1964 · Page 36
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 36

Long Beach, California
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Friday, February 21, 1964
Page 36
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Paid to Claim He'd Lied, Rosoto 9 s Brother Admits , (Continued from B-l) the hearing and put him on as a witness Thursday. He testified that he made the tape recording March 5, ' 1961. but confessed he did H for $100. He also testified he was given $300 for signing the affidavit Answer "Yes." "And you lied when you made the tape recording?" Answer -Yes." ."HE SAID his half-sister .-Delia Rosoto Wine, of Cafe Is Fined for Violation I F-T Ixrvnwt* ImM SACRAMENTO--The State Las Alcoholic Beverage Control · "And you are lying now 'aren't your* Answer "No." CARUSO got the witnes to admit he once tried to com mit suicide by placing his head in a toilet bowl flushing the toilet. The wit ness said he was despondent 'over having testified aga gun - t*u ivi uum. i . . ».t~/vi · ~-- --can you had a J '·""· Un d e r cross-examiriaUon com P romise V****^ « » 2o °,feelingr Caruso asked. J- tie witness said it was a rather than a license suspen- -j didn't know he ·»* package deaL" sion for a liquor violation at'going to get the death penal "· - _ .1 . _ ( ty, and I'm not happy abou tliat." Rosoto said. Rosoto wiH take the stars ·--;, franklin's attorney. _ Caruso, grilled him: Paul the Cafe New Yorker, 527 S. Do I understand that you lied when you signed the affi- davitr Beacon St, San Pedro. ABC charged that the cafe permitted liquor sales after again today for more cros hours. [examination. L.B. SUBURB SEEN AS COUNTY'S 4TH-LARGEST CITY Torrance Gains on Pasadena INDEPENDENT-*« 9 « B-S lot* ··**. OCL. Fit. N*. n, WM L P-T t» AKMM I Torrance has replaced Pasadena as the fourth-largest city in Los Angeles County, if the latest projections of wpulatioa trends are correct. End-of-the-y e a r estimates by the County Regional Planning Commission revealed the following totals as of Jan. I Pasadena. 12M39. Torrance. 121,265. However. Torrance gained 6,182 new residents during the year, an average of 515 a month. Pasadena's popula tion increased only 1,237. o 103 a month. PROJECTING this month- ;eles had a larger numerical residents. ;rowth than Torrance in 1963. The county"! No. 1 city added 46325 residents to no successful incorporations. FOR THE first time since 1955, the past year recorded s its population to 2.665,650. Long Beach, second-largest city in the county, had the third-largest n u m e r i c a l growth: 5,981 new residents. Its Jan. 1 population was 361,956. the county planners estimated. G l e n d a l e . the county's third-largest city, had an end- of-the-year population estimated at 129,823, an increase of 3,062. Most of the county's pop- Estimated population of cities in this area, with the Jan. I, 1963 figures given in parentheses, is as follows: ly average through the end ulatksn increase occurred in of January, Torrance would,its 74 cities. The unincor have 121,780 residents to porated area, which Jost some Pasadena's 121,542. t e r r i t o r y to annexations. Only the City of Los An- picked up only 31275 new CMRatM: C**v Vai 3S£ as* ~ " n,m ' ' r Open tonight 'til 9P.M. . ANNIVERSARY its* riciric COAST B T X - L O J C HACK Hammond Organ AND PIANO SALESMEN cat high on the hog MO n low IEU ou » m nw UUSHEI. runon SMCtSiFX SJU.IS liFHItlCl 119 UHJTT TO PUT 1 S1HPU TUMI ut IL STIOIG PIBS rot t IUTH 01 TWS UTUUUT iicouizu mill jiujis TUN. TOT, tUi. 01 Wint tot raicE-UMHOio osui inraios » m. ruit uie« -2111 UUWOOO SIVO-UIS IUCH IS, CAUr.-CI I-MII. 64 Corvair Monza by Chevrolet * '·,* vVtft~*vVrV/'J? r *· * -i *. », -*, /%VA«* L* r (that puts superior traction under you) '6\ Corcair Mot:* C7»S Cmpt Some cars, do best on the highway. Others seem tailor-made for city driving. Then there's Corvair-that gets along just great most anywhere. Swishing : along a highway. Scurrying around in traffic. Or wading through a soggy trail. Take highway driving. Corvair's got a bigger new engine with horsepower up nearly 1$% in the standard version. But in case figures don't impress you, wait until you head a Corvair for faraway places. You'll get the message. Take city driving. Corvair's trim size, light steering (because the engine weight's in the rear) and flat cornering make anything from rush-hour driving to parking a cinch. CHEVROLET Take back-road driving. The weight of Corvair's engine bearing down on the rear wheels gives them remarkable gripping power on most any surf ace, whether it's loose, solid, dry, wet-or even snow covered. Something else you can take note of, too: There's no radiator to overheat or run dry. No hoses to check or replace. No need for antifreeze. Tne engine's air cooled, the brakes self-adjusting. Beginning to sound like a car you can really warm up to? Then there's only one thing left to take: a ride in one at your Chevrolet dealer's. THE GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS Chevrolet · Chevelle · Chevy n · Corvair · Corvette See them at your Chevrolet Showroom

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