Independent from Long Beach, California on February 13, 1958 · Page 32
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Pag£Cr-6--INDEPENDENT l_."fc«h, Colll., Thuriu 7«h. «/ " J1 Dollar Days at ZUKURS downtown Long Btoch - $·· Pagt DD1 $1 for Stolen Cup McGUmE AIR F O R C 1 BASE, N. J. ttB--The Ail Force got a lesson Wednesdaj in honesty. The base exchange officei received an anonymous not* from an airman in San Antonio Tex., saying: "This dollar is foi one cup taken from a cafeterif two years ago." TYPEWRITERS HERM SI 00 DOWN Balance--Small. · Monthly Payment! If you «r. Inking of . typewriter-come to Long Be.cn 1 , morf corn- pl.t. typewriter .tor.-Hundr.di to choow from. 'For example, we 'L. reconditioned Coror. Pcrfebl. for only $22.95, Smith-Coron. Standard only $37.50. Many, m.ny .other., including ..II in. popul.r metei of n«w Port.blet. Pric.d from $74-50 up. Ojeta Yates on Bond of LOS ANGELES.. (CNS) ~ Oleta O'Connor Yates, 45, longtime head 'of the. Communist Party in Sari Francisco, Wednesday was released from government's detention facility at Terminal Island after a $5,000 bond.for.her release was posted in federal court." "^ Last month Mrs.i Yates -was sentenced to one year in prison because of her refusal to answer 11 questions during the Smith Act trial of 14 state Communist Party leaders six years ago. All .14 of the admitted Communists were convicted of conspiracy to advocate violent overthrow of the U.S. govern- * R E N T A L S For ttrnporary «* WMk 241 East Broadway HEmlock 6-4730 Downtown Long Beach Open Friday evening--oil day Saturday WYATT'S TUXEDO RENTALS FUZZ " Cusfom Tailor 122 E. Third St. merit in. the court of Federal Judge William C Mathes. « » * * HOWEVER, THE, U.S. Supreme Court later reversed the convictions of five of the'Reds and ordered 'new. trials JEor Jiine "others, but' the .government has since declined to prosecute them again. . · : . Mrs. Yates 1 was one of the nine Reds for which a hew trial was ordered. But the high court ruled that her refusal to answer questions during the trial constituted, a single contempt, and - Judge Mathes sen tenced her to prison Jan. 28. Last Friday the U.S, Circuit Court of Appeals granted Mrs. Yates request for bail pending an appeal of the sentence by [ Atty. Ben Margolisi However, she was not freed luntil Wednesday when Atty |Louis Rosenberg' posted the $5,000 bond in the form of a |u.S. Treasury coupon. . Paper Backs Brown . SAN FRANCISCO UP)--The San Francisco News in an', editorial Wednesday e n d o r s e d Atty. Gen. Edmund G.' Brown's candidacy for governor.- Brown is a Democrat. Raab to Visit Ike WASHINGTON .(UD-^Chanr cellor Julius Rabb of .Austria 1 will be President Eisenhowers guest at a White House lunch tfay 19. Rabb is coming:here to accept an honorary doctorate torn Notre-^Darne University ind plans, an unofficial visit to Washington; May 18-21. ; ··.. Britons Complain About Red Tape /SII/SDEN, YORKSHIRE, England (UE--Members ot the Silsden .Council have decided-to complain.to the. Ministry of Transport about re'd- tape' in ^' cal government. ',-... , Tuesday; 16 officials gathered to inspect a project Their .in- vestigation was only a preliminary. The" West Riding Highways. Committee, must approve it Then the Ministry of Trans- lo- port must-agree. The prpjett? .' . ' ' Moving two traffic signs 300 yards,'/ .' ., -· · · THERE OUGHT TO BE ' X LAW By FAGALY and SHORTEN your home with new beauty WITH THESE SMART ALL NEW (MIX 'EM or MATCH 'EM) V %· b4- % Jr * ""' i' «tv, ^t ^VfcM* T J b k * " - K * f choice ~ °f t « 3 styles V 34*SP Her* ii oni of +he greatett l«mp v«lu« of .all tim»--Gorgeous, d«co- r«tiv« *nd so practical--these abi« Ismpi will add beauty, grace, and Joy .to any room in your home--Malt* your^ selection- NOW . . 1 NASH JEWELkSS 201 Pint Av«.i Phon* HE 5-4354 Long leach, California Pleaie lend....! Lampt . D Style A. 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NEARLY EVERYONE READS The . . . ·'- :/l Independent Press-Telegram COMICS Yes, 9 out of 70 homes read the Independent, Press-Telegram DON'T YOU"? BUGS BUNNY (WHEWDIGOTINSIPE JUST IN TIME...ITS .STARTIN'TRAIN! .HLUMBlNdl MOW WHERE'S} ^YER TROUBLE,] PETUNIA?^/ FOLLOW | ME, BUGS L « . . - T.M. Ntf. VM. MC Ml CURLY KAYOE SO IWG, · ·VJENDY.' HOPE CURLY REMEMBERS VOU.SOON, SENORITA. ME,TOO. HE'S' \LUCKY TO HAVE I SUCH LOYAL FRIENDS.' SHE'S A FINE SAL. ONE- IN A BILLION.' -.SI7..BUT SPEAK- * 'EENS OF BEELIONS ...EETREMIN'S ME I MUS' SEND MORE .MONEYS TO MX 01' · PADRE: HERE'S TH' \ LINE UP FOR. ME J PLACET 1 SET ANOTHER FJiSHT , IT, FELLA; / PRONTO, SENOR WEENM .* . ARCfflE I'VE BEEN TRYING TO MX) HAVE TO US6 BS3 OUT \ PS/CHOjOG/.' THOeC CIVIL. DEFENSE PAMPHLETS FUR WEEKS/, rax TAKI ONE SeS£.' TWEY'VC TAKEN 1 AU. OF THEM/ ; * I'LL,'GET SOME MORE/ IACKSON TWINS HERE WE *B£, JANICE.' i PFE WSKITBE i'SQUASH AFTEK KAT TO CtWCTGSS, ejaasou.' OLP i«3N- ipesjuCTHa/c. KTOSKSHT/WHOS THE 6IKL? MBS.GOKPIWGWAMS rJIBCE/ SUETS TO SLEEP; INHCKC KATMEK~BeiMA UOM»_PEN./ '^. IttARTBLA WAYNE I CMlT STOP SBW5 JUSTO. HCMCEDSM^ AUNTWJOHA. I IF I LET HIM DOWN kCLLOJlT JSOtOOLHtTOLOMESo! · FRATERNITY IOUSC..JI I CANY/f I1ORTY MEEKLE HELLO, MORTYTM COMEIN- NO LOUD TALKING THW MEANS you/ NO SMOKWO JILL ,WIUBC RIGHT POWN. HOW LONG WILL MIWWORTIES MOWER BC STAYING WITH .·£, YOU? ncx

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