Independent from Long Beach, California on May 22, 1957 · Page 10
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 10

Long Beach, California
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Wednesday, May 22, 1957
Page 10
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P«gt A-IO-INDEPENDENT ' *-· ·«* «·"'- **· «·' "· 1f§y San Quentin Prisoner Stabbed SAN QUENTIN W-A surt den outbunt of violence In a clothing line At San Quentin Prison Tuesdfy resulted In Ramon E. Amado, 23, a prisoner from Lot AnEelei County, brine placed In the hoipltal for treat* ment of a deep itab wound between hli lower right lung and hit liver. , ' Warden Harley ,'O. TeeU dantlfled the knlfcr ai Leonard Brown, 20, nlio from Los Angeles, and laid the prlioner had been placed In Isolation. · Dutch Square Dance Dutch Village mrrchanti will hold a square dance, open to the public, from 8 to 10 o'clock tonight on tho parking loti of the ·hopping center, · announced Chairman 'Conrad Horlns. Caller will be Bob Van Antwerp. Teeti ald that Am«do, re celved at the prison May 10 on convlctloni of assault w|th a deadly weapon and violation of narcotics laws, suddenly stag- gercd out of the line In which he waj waiting for a clothing Isiue and fell Into the arms of a guard. Blood wai itreamlng down hli back. - ; Tcets «ald that Brown,' who arrived at San Quentin April 2 on a narcotics charge, wai In tne line near Arnado ana art milled the Itabblng. Brown said he lift the knife In Amsdo'i body but It was not found. Warden Teen ia!d the knlflns stemmed from an "Illicit Invi affair" but refined to give any Stops Heart .Gas 3 Tim«s Fatter «· MUlM llttto MWk MM MMll»K| n fMlftl.Mlllfl MUtllM k*wt, tl llfclM t* r r tlurn, TUl IMHM Itll-M utm it»ult HUIN M tMM mn. kullm, UflrU ~ lriHlllli. C»rtllU4 ut*«Wir tab pm ··!!.»· fife IrtS MKtrallM I tlpvt M MM* llMIMfe ttttttf ," l»««*MlMrtCU«M|ll«M»HlMtl»Uftl«t«. DM K|.|H letAlis. Amaai recover. · : \-~" l* expected to WAGE and LEATHER GOODS Hisi'i.iirtin lir AMERICAN TOURISTER · i««tn iittt iiMi Nkw r 1 1 o . A CimpliU lldl if BlM CllM ' LONG BEACH V LUGGAGE SHOP ; 434 PINE £$%%'·"· P^sW » c- J ;, ,*,.?. ,,.«,*, Still pfefifr#{ time to save PLENTY! OLD FASHIONED MELODIES PuttlnR their "all" Into Chefs of the Week "Roarln'est 20's" banquet Tuesday night Is the Klwanls Club Quartet. From left are Norm Masterson, Jack P. Hammond, Harry Chrlstensen and Bruce Gray,--(Staff Photo.) , Chefs Dine to Tune of Roarin'20s Chefs of the Week roare through "The Roarln'est 20'i at .their ninth annual banquet the Lafayette Hotel Tueida night. Sole femme representative the "unchewable filet mlgno banquet--really a bum steer"-was Flapper Mildred K. Finn ary, conductress of the Jnd pendent, Presi-T*legram "Chi of the Week" column. SHE "KLECTBD to forgo m. feminine prerogative and mak «r.y talk very brief." What's more, she did. ' ' She mentioned the fart tha there were 37 chefs at the firs banquet and membership now totaled 457. She then Introduced those a the head table, Including Her man }{. Rldder. publisher of th Independent, Press -Telegram Lawrence A. Collins Sr.. Independent, Press-Telegram edltc- WHOOPS Second Rare Baby Crane Begins Lite' NEW ORLEANS UT '_ A baby whooping crane, one of the 31 known to be In existence gave experts a nervous nigh during Its dozen or so hours o: pecking at Us shell before being fully hatched. The first crack appeared al 5:27 p.m. Monday In this second speckled egg laid In the only captive whooping crane nest The first egg was hatched early Sunday, 14 hours aftir the first peck. Several houn later the second brown and white egg had a hole In U about the siie. of a dime. Director George Douglass of the Audubon Park Zoo predicted No. 2 chick would be hatched some time after day brtak. The bird experts arc anxious about the welfare of the chicks btcauie the parent birds, named Josephine and Crip, are the only mating whooping cranes In captivity. Counting the new chick, there are only 31 whoop- Ing cranes known to be In ex , istence. Legal Fresh Eggs, SACRAMENTO Wl -- Gov. Knight signed legislation Tues day allowing eggs to b» sold as frtih eggs, ranch eggs or farm egp even though they havo b«n In cold storage 30 days or lets. The bill was Introduced by Assemblyman . J a c k Schrade (R-ElCajon). i rial columnist; William F. Prl«k. former publisher of tho Press- Telegram; Dr. Grant Beckstrand, master of ceremonies, and Vernon Fay, program chair- rniSK AM) Rldder paid tribute to Flapper Flanary. Prisk added, the sums the chcfa paid for their dinners was going to various charities. The bill, he said, was being "picked up by our host, Herman H. Rldder." ,Jlmmy McGnrrlgle, recently returned from the South Seas, led the singing. The Klwanls Club Band and Quartet entertained. Howard Jonei, Visitors and Convention Bureau, served as master of ceremonies for a program featuring "KWAZ--Amer- ica's First Radio Station." ?*NW \SERVICE STOI "? "«*»*»' 3 convenient locations FREE PARKING while you ihopl NOW... 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