More on Hazel Livingston, the court reporter for the inquest in the local death of famous writer Nathaniel West … Hazel was an active member of the "courthouse crowd" well into the 1960s and 70s. She wrote a pamphlet on the proper way to testify in court for "rookie policemen." It became part of the agenda taught at Imperial Valley College.
She was a mother hen to all the young cops, giving good advice with charm and a ribald sense of humor. Some young history major will find Hazel made, lived and was history in the Valley. — Tom Carnes, Floresville, Texas
Thanks. Hazel Livingston sounds like a one-of-a-kind character, fun-loving, bawdy, intelligent and helpful. We think those are some of the best characteristics any person can have.
QUESTION: Why haven't we been getting the Albertson's ad in the newspaper on Tuesdays anymore? — Moving to Vons in El Centro.