Independent from Long Beach, California on May 21, 1957 · Page 7
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 7

Long Beach, California
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Tuesday, May 21, 1957
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| : 1 ' OT.TKA-MODERX f or L AN ' TIQUE -- to sell or buy, Clas sifted Ads do It for you, Ca HE 2-3959. HIT STftOMSOf Mrs . i SAVE Up to $30 OFF REGULAR PRICES '' ON OUR CUSTOM-MADE SUITS . . . OR IP YOU PREFER ... Buy Your '"·: SUIT or OVERCOAT Patterns at LESS THAN ' , WHOLESALE ' COST TlM»* »JH«ptl«*«l «·!«·» ·*· fein w4 MI! |l«vU«t« mv *«tlr* ttMli ·f fbw wMlwt* BERT STROMSOE I* lang !··* Slue* Ifl) 403 Hcartwell Bldg. ' HE 50744 !®?,£p^^ Ms-jfes^ ' ·« ,'.S' '···-* "· ^ ·?·*·» 1 f^« ^it |E» ..± rl TVTp.'.. in on Civil Rights AF Leader WASHINGTON '-- Presi- WASHINGTON UB -- Th S e n a t e Judiciary Committee Monday rejected a Southern proposal to knock out key parts bill 4-2 on March 19, of the administration's c l v l rlsht* bill. The »lx-man made up ot Sen. Kefauvcr (D fenn) and five Republican sena on: Wiley (Wli), W a t k i n [Utah), Dlrksen (111). Butle :Md) and Hruska (Neb). Voting for the proposal, b Sen. Ervln (D-NC). were Enl and three other Southern Dem rcrati; C h a i r m a n Eastlan Mlii), McClellan (Ark) an 'ohnilon (SO. It was some lort of a surmise that the committee took any action Monday. ThU was SCOTLAND'S . . · EBVIN'S propoiaj aimed at majority was dropping p r o v l i l o n i which would: ,.,,., Create a ipeclal dlvlilon In the Juitlce Department to enforce civil rlghti lawi. Create a special commliilon with p o w e r to,examine complaints of ,· violation -of civil I rights. , ' . j - . ' Set up a system permitting Injunction suits to protect a variety of civil right*. If t h e s e provisions · were dropped, the only thing left In the bill would be a section designed especially to protect the voting rights of Negroes. STAR SCOTCH OON7 BE VAOUE...MT ' ; HAIG ft HAIG FIVE STAB HINDSD SCOTS WHISST, SIS MOOf « IINPIIIO IKPOKTIRS. ITB, «. ». the first voting test of strength recorded In the committee since a subcommittee approved the dent Elsenhower Monday named Lt. Gen. Frank F. Everest to be commander in chief of U. S. Air Forces In Europe, ,,, The announcement WHS .made as the P r e s i d e n t nominated Everest for promotion to the rank of full general. He will I ucceed Maj. Gen, William H. viMiRtuLM, *jzi»xixi.avnKKfj?£iiX4[iif $·£i.'i^fffW . ffftf.:fflgp,fy-'.x.fu Conner, who Is being reassigned. J^;'. ^ ?'!*,,'' : : ? J *'' '"·^'','1' u " f Elsenhower a l s o nominated for the rank of General Lt. Gen. Thomas S, Power, who will succeed Gen. C u r t i s LeMay as head of the-Strategic Air Command. LeMay has been named Air Force vice chief of staff. II. Ill \ \ « 0 139 E. First St. HE 2-1974 MM, T.... *q, «. LIT 4i A-7 J UNWANTED HAIR REMOVED FOR LIFE "Longevity of Bockground Your Molt Estentlal Guarant**," 30 Yean In LA. MR WOMIH--n* "y-Jj*" '**!£££ /*ff'*r»!!£ "^MM^tkT "**' Mr far^k!»".MIw HIM . r»U. . llM. lime. l*ft u -Ml frM. MrtMit *···!·»·* b SO rwra. ·» Mm*. Iptkram, th« ln^tyilty ·! ····· Mr. ft*- ji IbM, fewck. clMM *l H«kllM, Htm O-- IJUtl«, Milk*** «tkl In Mry Httftt, fh* fjmt » l»f Ihl. id 'of Broliiin. Hlihlr tmlH4 ·· IV THE DERMIC 111 MwvtMH SMf. ., 1* MM »»««· . i\ -., · . , Ml. 4.ISM - · ' · " ' ' '· - · " · · · · ' · fri OfftaM I* l« tr*M\m · O»Mi«il 1m IMwl«i J«M LABORATORIES - - K,"K 1.1 «^.|«_.1t S. Im* Sn. DO, 1.1 IU MX, "" ' 1. S. THR HOUSE Rules Committee has a vote set for today on clearing the bill for a vote In he .House. Assuming It Is cleared, a House vote could be' expected by the end of this month, or early June, Chairman Eastland said the next subject on the Senate Judiciary Committee list Is the tfcClellan amendment to Include a "right to work" amendment. ' .. This amendment would out- aw any labor contract which ·eqiilrcs labor union member- hip as a condition for getting ir keeping a job. It Is bitterly opposed by In w unions and by many of those who want the civil rights leg- station passed. Hence, if the Southerners opposed to passage ould nail it Into the bill, the ^Islatlon's chances w o u 1 d be :urt. The committee schedule calls or another meeting next Monay but Eastland said he plans o discuss w i t h members Ihc Msslblllty of holding a special meeting later this week. Four member? w e r e absent itonday and reported In hos- Itals for treatment or checkup? cnner (R-Ind), N e e l y (D- VVa), Hennlngs (D-Mo) and Danger (R-ND), · , . · Summerfield Fete ',WASHINGTON 'Wl -- Presl- cnt and Mrs, Elsenhower and icmbers of the cabinet and lelr wives were invited to diner Monday .nlght by Poitma*. r General,.aod'JJrs. .Summer-; eld. The Summerflelds live, at he Sheraton-Park Hotel. ' TKI« Is Gt«ra» T. Ty*. He was born In Canon City, Colorado, came to Long Beach when he was young, attended St. Anthony's School here and graduated from Loyola with a llachelor ot Arts degree. During World War II ho entered the Infantry n« n Private, WHS dtHChargcd at n 1st Sergeant with service In Burma. He Is n member of the Veterans of Foreign Wnrs, the Loyola Alumni Association, tho . Pacific Coast Club and the Long Beach Llfo Underwriters Association, He Is mar- · rlcd and has five children, four boys and . n girl. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Georgo Tyo first came to work with us as a Prudential Agent In 1946. In 1951 he was promoted to tho position of Staff Manager. In 1955 we needed his exceptional talents ' in our Los Angeles Headquarters and he 1 iM m*Ktl MM*I KftOtf ,' ClOMnT.TTO,M«M«* i, 4110 Allulk A», « Third Promotion ' " wns named Senior Training Consultant there. We thought you would like to know a little about him because he has just been promoted to the responsible position of Manager of The Prudential's Long Beach District Aecncy. ' He now heads a group of Prudential Agents who am all experienced In methods of .· ,- family protection . . . protection provided -\ · · by the Company with the strength of Gibraltar. ., . , . . . . , - . ' - - .' CARIIR . OPPORTUNITY FOR YOU) ' The .' Prudential's expansion program has creat* , ', ed career opportunities for men who can , ', qualify. A career In Prudential life under- ; . · writing Is rewarding In all respects; Inde.' pendence with security, self-satisfaction, · ·" 'and an Income limited only by effort. Call ' ' 'any Prudential Manager now. , JOHN E. Oipp|tii. Mmcf«r 88JH Allwtto Av*. · CArHcId T-MT( Ciinai A. 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' INSTALLED NO MONEY DOWN as little as $9.21 pci month' MASLAND HIGH-LOW TWEED A rich random viscose weave, deep ', tufted pile tweed that withstands hard wear a n d soil. . . , . . . · 7 50 ; $285 . LIUKI room, di«i*t ntm **4 Ul ktinl n tttttf tf»t NO MONEY DOWN . ' " · as little as $10.65 per month SQ. YD. INSTALLED MOHAWK ALL-WOOL TWEED or HIGH.LOW PLAIN A deep luxurious pile in a rich traffic- disguising texture. A selection of decorator color combinations. unt ntm nfkill · ttui n *ttt*t* i»»» (3t Jfrill) NO MONEY DOWN ·· as litle as $13.66 per month 9 85: SQ. YD. INSTALLED Illl'l" Illll All-Will · I»lllll Wlltll . , III!' Ad-Will lilfi , |nc ·mil Wlltii ,...141,11 80 Hill . Siln Ninr lie ··tin iMill ,.,.147.11 10 Illll'l" SU|| IflH li VlHIH Hull ... SENSATIONAL VALUES Quality CARPET VALUES '89 Illl'l" lilt Tin All-Will || i iiin sit nit 14 Illl'l" I nil AII.WIII ing ' . M|kL» lll»,.,,114,11 80 ' iiiii'i" TiruiiM iiwi mi»r log \ IIill'l" snr »rlM-«lUHi llt ....... 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