Independent from Long Beach, California on May 22, 1957 · Page 4
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P«g. A-4-- INDEPENDENT · *· ·-* "· "" Baby, Day Oldi Left on Porch · By PAUL WALLACE 'A newly-born b«by girl wa found abandoned on n Iron porch In Torrance shortly atte d»wn Tuesday. The child appar ently was healthy and In goo condition. The foundling wss discover* by Mm. Kobert E. Moore, 5' Of 1529 W. 213th St. "I went out to let my mill bottlei out," the woman tald. "There wai thli cardboard bo sitting there on the porch, thought maybe tome of th neighborhood ktdi had left torn toyi there." 'Then," Mrs. Moore said, " law It wiggle." · · ' · · BKUKVINQ 80MKONE ha abandoned tome dogi or cats the housewife pulled back , white bath towel covering th box. "My God, look what some body's left for us," Mrs. Moore called Into the house. .She called police and they took the child to Harbor Gen cral Hospital. "It was a pretty little baby,' Mrs. Moor* told reporters. "Pi like to havt kept It If I could have." · · * * AT T H E HOSPITAL, Dr Evelyn Callai said the girl was no older than 24 h o u r s and probably had been born some time Monday afternoon or eve* nine. The child was placed In »n In. cubator and police started the job of trying to trace Its parent*. Besides the towels In which the Infant was wrapped, the only c l u e was the cardboarc box. It was marked: Century Metalcraft Corp,, 6000 Avalon Blvd., Los Aneelos. Gas Assn. Objects to Ike V Bffl GALVESTON. Tex. W--The 5,000-membcr Texas Independ ent Producers and Royalty Own en Assn. Tuesday rejected the Harris natural gas bill In Ita present form but voted endorse' ment If several amendments the group says are vital are approved. Only a dozen oil men, Including TIPRO President A. E. Herrmann of Amarlllo, objected, and the association's llth annual convention approved a res olution outlining terms under which the bill could be accepted. Vigorous opposition was expressed against two proposed * Safeguard your Health ' Safeguard your Budget HAVE YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED AT THRIFTY GUARANTEED HIOHEST QUALITY AT SENSIBLE THRIFTY LOW PRICES! THRIFT BONDED Prescriptions B o n d o d proscription! · bx your phyilelin. MOUTH WASH FULL QUART PURITY U.S.P. QUALITY ABANDONED BABY Newborn baby girl left In cardboard box on doorstep or Mrs. Robert E. Moore of Torrance Tuesday Is held by Dr. Evelyn Callas, of Harbor General Hospital staff. Dr. Callas estimated baby was one day old and said she was In good condition, although a "little blue around the edges" from cold.--(Staff Photo) mendments backed by Presl cnt Elsenhower. Arch Rowan, KHS committee hatrman from Fort Worth, Is place TIPRO's 11 proposed .mendments before tho house iterstato and foreign commerce committee Thursday In Wash iBton. Rowan, In recommending the uke-warm endorsement, Indl atcd ho believes the TIPRO mendmentt have little chance passing. He said an endorse- ent contlnccnt upon accept nee of TIPRO's amendments ·ould however, leave the nnsocl atlon "In the good graces" of Congress. 'Frankly I don't think we'll get these amendments and I don't think we will endorse the bill as It Is finally written," lie said. 'If the amendments backed by the President tire accepted every member of the association should go to Washington and try to kill the bill.'" Basically, the TIPPO amendments would change the bill's provisions for price adjustments In long-term contracts, would llmlnate a prohibition against Spectacular Home Opened by Paper TOKYO W)--Yomlurl I Jail, a spectacular 9-story m o d e r n building of tile and glass, has been opened by Yomlurl, one of Japan's major newspapers, It houses a department store, concert hall, TV studios and a roof garden. 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