Independent from Long Beach, California on January 16, 1975 · Page 86
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 86

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, January 16, 1975
Page 86
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t-201-1 Longlwdi New York's towaway fee: $50 People do odd things when car concerned ^TM _ " ' _ . . * ! _ f_..,.4-..*.i!.... :«!« U!n mtlr. Visint tin tinf l\al/Mra/t TYKV^ol NEW YORK (TTPD -- car as it was being at- off, he ran to the front of An angry New Yorker tached to a tow truck. the truck and stood in the jumped on the hood of his After a cop ordered him way. Finally, he climbed Join the Cabinetpak'kitchen revolution! Families from California to New York 1 are demanding lower costs for remodeling their kitchens and lower costs for changing old, dull, scarred cabinets into glamorous new ones. And they've found the revolutionary new answer -- Cabinetpak, with Formica*-laminaled panels. It's all don?, with a patented system that removes and discards your old doors and drawer fronts ... and replaces' them with brand new ones, including elegant decora- V1SIT OUR SHOWROOM 9 io 5. 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Every day, hundreds of illegally parked cars are h a u l e d to a sprawling yard in front of Hudson River Pier 97. Owners must pay a $50 towing charge plus a $5-a^ay Morro, who oversees the t o w a w a y program, was trading stories in his office with two assistants. Sgt. Eugene Noble told about the time a fiberglass car was hooked up. · The towing truck lurched off, and the car split in. half. THEN THERE was the time a man hi a striped suit rushed into the pier o f f i c e s , retrieved his hearse and drove off -- to a funeral. A body was still inside the vehicle. Noble also recalled the time a man jumped in his car and turned the ignition key. The car shot forward, off the pier, and into the water. "The tow truck operators had removed some pins from the motor," Noble explained. "The man was all right, but his car sank." Another story has it that a man who didn't want to pay $300 to get his The word is 'speak clearly' WELLS, England UP- Lessons hi reading the lesson in c h u r c h h a v e been s t a r t e d by two speech c o n s u l t a n t s appointed to the Anglican diocese of Bath and Wells. T r a i n i n g sessions in speaking and r e a d i n g have been held for clergy and laity, who have been able to criticize their own performances with the help of a cassette recorder. beat-up but beloved model back hung around the property clerk's office where unclaimed cars are auctioned off -- and bought it for ?50. "People devise all types of devious schemes to kidnap their vehicles," said Lt Frank Lane. "I think more planning goes into how to get a car released than a crook puts in on a major bank job." ONE METHODhe said, is "running the gate." "They just get in their cars without paying and go crashing through the wooden barrier. I don't know how many times it's happened. It's so futile. We always get them." But the most common approach for avoiding payment, the officers said, is the sob story. "One fellow came hobbling in on crutches," said Noble. "He practically slobbered, telling us his problems. Finally, he lay down on the ground in I ! U.S. NO. 1, EXTRA FANCY JAPAN ROSE RICE, 25 IBS £i FROM HAWAII, SOY BEAN PASTE, MISO, 28 OZ ·^ MARUTAMA BRAND STEAMED FISH CAKES, 6% 02 1 QUICK COOKING YEE FU MEIN NOODLES, 3% OZ NAGATANIEN MUSHROOM FLAVORED SOUP, REG. 43 1 NAGATANIEN SEASONING FOR RICE, OCHAZUKE NORI, REG. 45 1 DRIED RED BEANS, AZUKI, 12 OZ. CELLO PKG. $ PRESSED BARLEY, OSHIMUCI, .12 OZ. CELLO PKG 7 BONE CHUCK ROAST EXTRA FANCY LARGE NAVEL LAKEWOOD SHOPPING CENTER-LAKEWOOD PEOPLE IN THE NEWS this week had a variety .of-things to say and do. Sen. Thomas Eagleton, D-Mo., left, came out strongly in opposition to using higher prices to discourage fuel consumption. Uganda President Hi (Big Daddy) Amin, center, cabled Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin urging him to to make peace witn the Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat. Rhodes Scholar ; David Boren, 33, right, was sworn in Monday as Oklahoma s governor and the youngest in the nation. · front of a truck that was Some of the "clients" coming in. Then he got come to the pier in a up, paid his 50 bucks, and fighting mood, Noble said, walked to his car -- with- But he takes their hostili- out the crutches." ty calmly. "I just listen to them while they talk the anger out of themselves; he said. "Sometimes I feel like a father confessor.^ 3 STAR SLICED SMOKED RED WAX WISCONSIN MEDIU CHEDDAR CHEESE BY THE PIECE An all-purpose cheese, good with any type of wine LIKE HOMEMADE Heat it up arid use instead of potatoes with your meal THE.FINEST SLICED TO ORDER Ready to eat. Excellent for those who must watch their weight. OUR OWN SPECIALTY DOUBLE WHIPPED CREAM CHEESE Excellent with lox , and bagels 'MB. CREAMY MONTEREY JACK CHEESE BLOCK STYLE BYTHE PIECE The cheese everyone l i k e s -- s l i c e d f o r sandwiches or plain for nibbling. SLICED J 1 4 %B. HOME STYLE 4 DELICIOUS FLAVORS At fhis low price, buy a dozen and freeze until needed. WE GIVE BLUE CBIIP LUNCH FOR THE OFFICE BUNCH? ORDER BY PHONE LAKIWCCD LAKEWOOD Effective 9 a.m. Thurs., Jan. 16th thru Mid. nlte Wed., Jan. 22nd, 1975.

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