Independent from Long Beach, California on May 23, 1957 · Page 22
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Pag* W--INDBraNBfflMT ·»·»· ".·!:"· "35' '"·*$* · . · "At,:,,. Glosses fe : One teller ion Release ' ' You can be fitted wlth new glauei In a single (iay! This service Include* -eye examination, grinding .of frame*, and final ittttUig. It li possible because our own modern lens-grinding, laboratories are Tight nn the juemlies. B r o k e n ~ len»« odn .be .duplicated In tha same short -time. Brine the piece*. Dr. .3. M. Son, Optometrist (30 wan In Long Bead))): 37 .j Pine Avenue: HE 5-B219, . HE 6.BT39. Office* dn Wll- ,, mlngton and Torrance. »············« No Accident,'^' Carrier Just T Broke Propellers JIEW YORK W--Racketeer ·ink Ooitello got out of the workhouse on ball Wedneiday, halfway through a 30-day ten- off tune* for contempt. A two-man police guard was Immediately planed on him. -Among those who met the ferry that brought Coitello back fram Rlkers Island were a bevy of (Boisterous teen-aged boys. Obey shouted: "Glad you're bank. Hurray for Coitello." The State Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that Coitello was entitled to ball while appealing the (ixmtempt sentence. Wednes. day 'Coitello posted $1,000 ball. TJwTttcketeer was Imprisoned May 7 after he refused to talk to a .grand jury about "gross cailno 'wins" lilted on a notation 'of an apparent six-figure gambling deal. WASHINGTON IUB -- Th Navy laid Wedneiday that th aircraft carrier · Franklin Roosevelt did not strike any thing In an accident It *u(fere tha Florida Coast May 13. Actually, It said, the carrle broke Iti propellers. v ; Earlier the Navy believed th carrier had struck a lubmerged object, possibly a lubmarine or an unmarked wreck. But It lal Wedneiday a careful March b deitroyen and a salvage ihl ocated no obstruction on th xttom of the iea. , s .,,,.,..,, Inipectlon by dlven ihowec hat one blade of one propelle broke on the port tide at a old weld and then pane hrough the other'propeller on he port side, damaging It, th NaVy laid. SNOW CROP GREEN BEANS an young, tender. d«cp t»cn ,r . . . filled with flavor-- (ho Top of the Green Bean Crop! ORDINARY GREEN BEANS an often sltinty, discolored, hud, and with a loufh shell... picked after they are too ripe. Compare! Snow Crop is Young, Tender, Deep Green.. Flavor-Fflled-the Top of the Green Bean Crop I , . ' Whenever You Shop--Get ' TOP OF THE FROZEN FOOD CROP TORRECANO 'DAUGHTER' TO APPEAL Suit to Break Will Thrown Out SAN FRANCISCO-*--The lult of Mri. Gladys Torregaho had been abandoned In New Steveni to break the will of the Orleani when Torregano came lain Ernest J. Torregano and gain a part of nil $323,000 eitate WM thrown out of court here Wedneiday. , ,, Superior Judge Thomas M. Foley, In dlimliilne the suit, held that a parent hai a right to dlilnherlt a child or other relative and that a clauie In Totregano'f will legally provided for that contingency. The judge did not rule on Mn. Slovens' contention that ·he-was Torregano'g daughter, who had been abandoned In New Orleani when ihe wai child. me that the and her mother "I WENT THROUGH thli trial to give you a record In ca«e you want to appeal," the udge told protecting attorney! for the complainant as he dli- mined tha Jury. . Torregano, a prominent attorney and member of the San Franclico French colony at hli death lait year, left hit $323,000 eitate to hli half-brother, Alfred.. · « · · · · · - · · ; Mrs, Steveni, a Negro, filed lult to break the will, contend' to San Franclico, "craned the color line," and set himself up ai a white attorney of French extraction. --·.JT, , · DUKINO THE SIX day* of the trial, a number of wttneiiei, Including Alfred, admitted the Torreganos were onct memben of th« . New Orleani - Negro colony. , r · ·,. .^,,, · - . In ending tha case, however, Judge Foley held that tlw com. plaint of Mn. Steveni had been voided by a ilngle paragraph In the will which said: I give, devtia and bequeath to any person or persons who may contest this, my last will and testament, or assert any claim to my eitate by virtue of relationship or otherwise, the sum of one dollar each In settlement of their- laid claim or clalmi," , - ,, . i-.i / t* ' · ' · . · ' · #'·.- : . · MBS. STEVENS said she planned to itay In San Francisco for a few day* and then return to LOB Angeles to itay with the youngest of her lU children. Her' attorney!, Bergen Van Brunt and Henry Nathan, said they plan a quick appeal. ' HEAR-BOTH EARS * WORN IN THE EAR * ENTIRELY CORDLESS * NO TUBES , it THREE TRANSISTORS * EAR LEVEL HEARINfl COM! W · WRITI · PHOHfJ IH 4M nij MW B MMlb M»fll« ·rtif itww fir · WifU'l tlrtl Ut tullHl ( kmiittt RY~JT TOPAY ATz-- MSOCIAND MIMIHO CINTUt 411 ««· Am, UP* tffOl Ittt I*. Hill, Ml* 1111, LA. AtsMlsM ill n» in IS J-MII HMM *ti Utl. ·»· "" Hurtif BMttn M Mn Isfwu. IPTs-li Fn* HMM Trill DiiiMttraltaw ] APPOINTED . Dr. James M. Hester, son of Chaplain and Mrs. James M. Hester of 2740 E. 1st St, and a graduate of Woodrow Wilson High School, has been appointed Provost of the Long Island University Brooklyn Center Jn' New York. This Is the second highest position in the university. NOW OPEN EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT UNTIL 9:15P.M. ALSO Monday and Friday Nights...Open 9;30 A.M. to 9:15 P.M. Regular .Store Hours Balance of Week A Regular 3.98 " Nylon Slips THE PREFEIUIED BOURBON OF HENRY CLAY! SmahrHmry Our *«w and triad On Iwtpilatilt qualify of Old Crow. Hiifrititd. Dr.JamtiCnv. AipftdU lyOutamtlt htilumt in Washinslon. D. C. reguball. f !4,JJ4iJ }*·' C^\ tnfcy* ,,** .-^Sy.0^n mettcas * JIM* try this lighter, milder 86 Proof. i ;, Old Crow and see why more people ask for .,. if than any other bourbon! ;: ' 2 99 Sheer nylon and nylon lace at bo die* lop, wide nylon r u f f l e frounce. Adjustable itrepil Brown, potted and while. 32 to 40. Reg. 98c Royal Purple Nylons Your Choice .·-v · · ; · -ffiJ;, Working In his pioneer distillery, * '"", '^, James Crow produced the finest bour. ',','.,'. bon the world has known. Today,milder · 86 Proof Old Crow has become Amer- i' 1 " ka's favorite. Try it yourself. Its fine ^T : 100 Phw/BoWW in Bwd quality will make it your favorite, tool v,', · . · . . : - . '·:'·'' · · ·'·.''·''':· TTTT'^ 1 " f -^ v ' - ' ' · ' . ' ,, f c ' ·.'·/ "*.,',''. ^, ', L i» Enjoy Old Crow at your tavern .". .'it's an American custom! (1 . -' ; ; BB OLD CROW OtSTILLBirr OOMPAKY, WANJCTOKT. KY, OUTRIBUTEO BY NATIONAL DISTttLBRS KtOWCTS CORPORATION 77 Compare with other famout brand* at 1.3 5 Knee High Ultra sheen 60.aouge, IS denier full faihlonid with con- traitinq teami. Neweit ihadet. Sizes 8'/, to II 77c 2.99 White nylon taffeta. A d j u s t a b l e rayon straps. Siiet 32 · 42 A . B ' C. cups. Requlor 8.98 i TonO'Lengrh Bras 6.99 Four detachable gar* ·ters, spiral boning at sides. 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