Independent from Long Beach, California on February 20, 1964 · Page 16
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 16

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, February 20, 1964
Page 16
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t r Analyst Urges State Cease -Buying Supplementary Texts SACRAMENTO CB -- Theiwhether a pupQ .win or can material. » f t ^ fmr^m 1 I I ·'· · I VM* ttt* I A»7«-T*X' i «IS 11C* »TI ^f t^*TT»** 1 «t-. _ A 1. state was urged by the leps-Iever use an of He said the legislative ana Two Robbery Suspects Seized at Santa Anita ARCADIA (UPI) -- Two men wanted for questioning in connection with at least 26 turned over to South Pisa recent robberies were sppre- Utive analyst'* office Wednes-l Mills emphasized he wasntjlyst's proposal would increase bended Wednesday at Santa day to quit furnishing free'chaHenging the value to using inequality of education among!Anita racetrack when an off- supplementary, textbook! tojsupplementaiy texts but won- districts -- the very thing he duty police of ficer recognized California elementary schools.| a ering whether the state is said the state is seeking to them from police descrip- Instead. local di strict$beginnin» to spend $1 for 25 overcome. would have to buy their own cents worth'.of education. books to supplement the basic texts provided by the state. ·"·-The recommendation was presented to an Assembly ^ Sute Education Board, taxpayer. He said the state The off-duty South Pasa Ways and Means subcommittee by David L Cox of the ,-analyst'* office. It quickly into opposition from members of. the State Education Board and the State Curriculum Commission. Everett T. Calvert, deputy lions. Taken into custody were superintendent of public in- William R. Ferganchick. 23, struction, said the move and his brorther, Robert Fer * KfTZBUEHL, Austria Princess Irene of The Netherlands and her fiance, Prince took issue with any assertion can" buy three books for the dena policeman.'William Carlos de Bourbon Parma DORMAN L. Commons of Los Angeles, a member of would not save the ultimatejganchick. 23. INDEPENDENT--Pg« A-15 Tribesmen Attack DELHI. India Two persons were killed and 16 others were wounded when two men near the grandstand, police fired on rioting tribes- The two suspects were'^tn ia the Assam state capi- dena police for questioning concerning a series of holdups, including the J14,563 robbery of the Pioneer Na- tonal Bank of Los Angeles. Royal Pair Ski that all local districts could price of two because of vol- Reese, notified Arcadia au-!went -"--' to buy their own extrajume purchases. .»~-.;.. .».,. v. *,.» «·»« tv.'»K. u [went skiing Wednesday on thorities that he had seen the'the Hahnenkamm mountain. [ ot Shinoog. Tribesmen attacked with stones and bows and arrows after revenue officers had searched a tribal woman for illicit Ixjtior. Bad Breath J«rtea MorttStaaaci h i tCoUs ·r nor Kt fact it tvubt. CM» tana t£Mf Minnvmttmt root trtttl N Mm titra Mutnnn «cj):». imtt* maa* mi nanck ttt nre. tt ma* . tn tin -m. t*ft neM ti Btrwrti, irj. a, »,, tor liMrtf »n unpIL · FREE textbooks are down! for J13.8 miEion ia Gov.' frown's 191-65 budget. They include both the basic and supplementary texts. ?Cox testified that the cost ol the free-textbook program has doubled ia recent years. He said there has been an unchecked growth in the supplementary field. Cox said. too. that a child going through the elementary grades these days could be faced with as many as 389 different questions. He questioned whether there is a point of diminishing returns on what a student can absorb. His position was supported by Assemblyman James R. Mills. D-San Diego. He raised the q u e s t i o n whether a "happy, helter-skelter rush for more texts" has developed: "without t h o u g h t as to' Orbital Test of Hamsters, Rats Slated WASHINGTON CO -- The space a g e n c y announced Wednesday plans to toft a payload of fruit flies, xrasps. fertilized frog eggs, breac mold, seedlings and other organisms into orbit for three days late next year. This first biosatellite is to be followed by five flights lasting up to 30 days, some c which wiD. carry ' and laiu marine plants, roaches, rats hamsters, human tissue eul lures and primates. The National Aeronautic and Space Administratior (NASA) said the 14 biologica specimens on the Erst sate lite will be studied for the effects of a combination of radiation, weightlessness, and absence of the earth's rotational influence. The test is a preliminary to liter efforts to send men on long space voyages. Seven of the experiments In the 50-pound payload be subjected to a controlled amount of radiation from a small radiation source aboard the satellite. An identical group of specimens will make the flight without radiation, as a control group. (Several of the experiments were prepared by North American Aviation Sci enlists.) Therapists Hiring OKd ior Hospital l P-T In Anrnfes lurtw - Hiring of a senior physical : therapist for FJ Cerrito Hospital at an advanced salary has been authorized by the · supervisors. ,' L. S. HoIIinger, chief county administrative officer, explained that "intensive re. cruitment efforts'* during the . past six months failed to find a _ qualified applicant who would accept the position at · the lower starting salary. r .Under the county's five- step salary schedule, the position would normally start at (516 a month. Supervisors * authorized a starting salary *cf $603. . Hoffinger said a "highly qualified physical therapist'' has indicated her wilBngness to accept the post at the $03 'figure. VPi '. Sca-Going Molel ; Planned by Swiss ' GENEVA. Switzerland ·\--A Swiss maritime company ·ij going to build a sea-going ·'motel -- with swimming pool "tnd television, just like out on the highways. ··^·An announcement by.Som- I^rTia of Geneva'Wednesday! *sfid the floating super motel; ·win have space to park cars: and also will be equipped^ with * nursery, shopping center, sun deck, and bars. ' A L L S T O R E S O P E N E V E R Y N I G H T M O N . T H R U SAT. THESE VALUES GO ON SALE THURS., FEB. 2Qlh __TM__ pl asti c ·$-. «v use wares m your choice Oval Waste Basket -- 17- Spout Pail with Handle -- Rectangular Waste Basket quart volume, comes in Holds fuQ 11 Vi quarts, has --17 quart volume, mod- yellow, turquoise or san* strong handle and molded ern lines end decorative dalwood, with decorative spout. Yellow, turquoise, motif. Yellow, sandalwood design. sandalwood. or turquoise. Deep Dish Pan --15 quart laundry Basket -- Holds Sturdy All-Purpoie Tub -volume--has easy-grip full bushel, has sturdy 18 quart volume, strong handles--in turquoise, easy-grip handles, mesh handles, ribbed y t f l O W Of SOHcOiWOOC* inr v»nfiirtf"«« ^««^«L ^^n^*« t« fiir«iTrtt» easy-grip handle i, mesh for ventilation. Sandalwood, turquoise, yell* ID qucri volume, )tiuug handles, ribbed sides, comes In turquoise, yellow or sandalwood.. I SCREEN PRINTED COTTON TERRY KITCHEN TOWELS! What a buy! Thick 'n thirsty cotton terry towels with deep, fringed ends in a generous 17 x 29" size ...make dishes and glasiwear gfeam... silverware, spotless! Choose from a detighrfu! assortment of colorful prints in a variety of designs to fit almost on/ kitchen decor. PENNCREST SPECIAL! AUTOMATIC TOASTER PENNCREST STEAM DRY IRON! SPECIAL BUY! Color control (salts dark, tight or golden brown, in a wink! Fully automatic the r mo italic control... hinged crumb-tray for quick cleoning... ihiny chrome-plate body fakes 2 slices smart and modem ebcny plastic hcndTe! Such vokie! Great vakie or a low, low prke! Pennaesl qvafify iron makes pressing easier with 17 steam venfs... smooth satln-finhhed aluminum sole plafc... chrome-plated she!)... smart ebony plastic handle... pkrs «osy-to-see fabric dial! CHARGE THESE VALUES AT YOUR GREATER LOS ANGELES OR ORANGE COUNTY PENNEY'S!

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