Independent from Long Beach, California on February 20, 1964 · Page 20
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: Sea-Barrier" * Observation Wells Set t r T In antM lartu Plans for tie drfflirt of U observation weHs. pin of the Alamitos Sea Barrier Project hive been approved by the supervisors. Bids oa the ·work trill be opened by the County Hood Control District Mirth 27 Estimated cost is $150,000. The wens will be scattered in »n area bounded roughly by Atherton Street. BeHflower Boulevard, Second Street am the "east bank of Sin Gabriel River. The wells win be drilled to depths varying from 100 to 500 feet and win be from 14 toi 20 inches in diameter They win be used to monitor the extent of brine intrusion in the area and to check the effectiveness of the bar rier project. Big Brewery Deal Hit by U.S. Action ·/· ._ - - " " ' " * _ _ · ' ' · . - · SAN FRANCISCO CUPD-iLucky tiger' U would becoxw I' u^-^'J"*? G ?**L athe Dttioo ' t i"*" 1 i*«W = lams Wednesday issued ~ * ·· me= :· pro-i '**«· v. ' · . " · ' -;, | . against acquisition of working I Anheuser-Busch IDC. is now = . . ., of^the largest, and Schliti haV | *' percent of the · nation'*'! octroi of the brewer Schntz Brewing Ox of Mil- TOP NEWSPAPER C4RRIERS " Independent, Press-Telegram carriers William Nelson (left), of 4202 Clark Ave^ and John Van't Land, of 10110 Beverly St, BeHflower,'receive Publish-, er's Award trophies from Los Angeles County Supervisor Burton W. Chace. The awards are based on efficiency and scholarship. The winners were chosen from a field of 1350 carriers. Burton Hails Victory as Triumph for LBJ SAN FRANCISCO JPi --'under Social Security. ·'1 liMinmmiinmuiiimittmiiiiimiiiiiniminimiimniiinniTirinniiinu. I NOW AT BEGHTOL'S j production. Lncky Lager has = 2-2 percent, and is 12th lare- = ·«t · - . . ' · · · ; . ' S wauke*. The order was *rgned at the request of the VS. De-L _ ... . . ,, - . . _ partment of Justice, which SMl ^ °' M3i"TM*e*, has = 'Jed a civil suit, askinz forP ro P° sed to obujn ^rbng = . permanent Injunction 0 ? 1 1 ^, of L u c k y L a g e r = against the acquisitioa. through the purchase of 34.f= . The mit also asked that PJf"? 1 °, f «*« c fTM oa * tock - Schliti be required to divest ^ f Jc ^ ^^t ^ * tself of the ' Burgermeister do °- Ontano. Brewing Corp, Sin Francisco, which it acquired m 1961. ,It was asserted that bothosco. which acquisitions violate the anti-laager. merger section of the Clayton] The J u s t i c e Department = Act tn that they would lessenjnoted in its suit that there!= competition and tend to create were 724 brewing plants in = Labatt now controls era! Brewing Co. of San Fran-i I makes Lucky = trni nun MITATO* AUTOMATIC-WASHK 1 SPEEDS ' -.=- monopolies in certain areas. IF SCHLITZ takes' the United States in 1934. but f there are now only 229 plants over operated by 161 firms. Open tonigit 'til 9P.1L Burton had to win over 50 the June 2 primary. Ring Sizing 3. DAYS ONLY Regular $3.50 Democratic State Assembly-. man Phillip Burton, who fa- pe rcent of 50.397 votes cast V "^ ^vf- * ith , ^ t^to a%x»:d a runoff in a work-! and abolition of the House, Committee on Un-American 1 ^? cUss distnct which em- Activities, it tht newest mem- braced downtown and water- bcr of Congress. If rent San Francisco. He got Self-styled a libsral. but! 52 percent. His 26^69 votes called an extremist by some m °« lhaa doubled the total members of both parties, the '* I"» Closest opponente. Re- 7-year-old San Frincisco publican Nick A. Verreos. iwj-er won over four other who got 12.748. The distnct make Burton's victory pos [sible. I Burton win serve out Shtl ilex's term, ending Jan 3. In order to seek the fun two- jyear term on next Novexa- 1 ber's ballot. Burton must win the Democratic nomination in a ANNIVERSARY *fS'*3® ! w%8wS® Compl.t* tin. ol Maying Wash*rs Dryers W. Ar. a Car Load EuT»r W. Do Oar Own S.rric. "3'- BEGHTOL'S = LI«PN« M tuAurr ArruMCf i. nimmiRi. TV MB CAKPITS ' ' | 1372 W. WILLOW, LB. Cirfleld S-ZS32 |, ''. I Of tt V»ti»j mii fr!i*i lititi,* DifS f = · ' 1 rvRNrnnti' · CARPETING · APPLIANCES | ^iiniiiiintiiniiiittiiiiiiiTiiiiniriiniiijririintnnininniiiinninmiiiiiK.;- ernocr»ts and three Republicans in a special ejection Up In 2 U'M, lirgcr t* uniller. PIitir.cn an'J uiie ringi higher. Complimentasj eit'tmates on all rtpars ALL ROADS LEAD TO SEARS SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA STORES % . Ojw« C Mtkti T»JO AJI. t. ·:!» TJI. has a heavily preponderant Democratic r:;Istrztk/a- 'uesday in California's Fiflh . . · « Congressional District. I BURTON succeeds Demo- · * · · · crat John F. Shelley who quit BURTON hailed his tri-to become mayor of San Fran- umph as a victory for the Cisco last month. Shelley was ohnsoa administration. He 1 cool to Burton's candidacy said he would work for full and accused Democrat Gov. mplementation of civil rights'Edmund G.'Brown of setting and medical care for the a;ed'up the special election to Frra wirewwo PHILLIP BURTON and his wife, Sala, beam after he won election to the 5th California Congressional EKstrict seat in San Francisco. |Uod£A.K, Wiott: 30 Minutes Before . Lunch And Dinner Eat 2 Slices Of Profile Special Formula Bread 1IBBEY GLASSES · fVi and It-oz. sixes ^ · for pieme, i' patio, bemt ' * Asserted · pattern 3 C ea S-P1ECE ICER SET IHTIFieiU nowtRS AHTIF1CIU Wisteria Siff«* fret. Kead'fiarfers far ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS NORITAKE FINE CHINA Shop earl/. Save more at Sutlon'j. Some items are limited. RATTAN CHAINS BIRD GAGE PLANTER BIRD CAGE *n $2.50 Value RAHAN CHAINS · For Pafio er Home nj |.ff. TOUR CHOICE 50-PC. SERVICE FOR B ASSTD. PATTERNS $OA80 39 6233 LAUREL CANYON BLVD. T* 7-5742 rO 2-40SI NORTH HOLLYWOOD rmn I* ,v^^ n i, run. l rit, 141 IB. t« m ». .nit i lit. i.» n. tt IB. ti i TaVes The Place Of Appetite-Appeasement WafersJabletsAfxI Candies That Cost' Up To Twice As Much B'ofile Works 3 Ways To Help Keep You From Overeating Because It Is A Good Protein-Carbohydrate Food: (1) Profile Helps To Raise The Blood Sugar Level To Appease The Appetite Control Center Of The Brain; (2) It Helps Induce Oral Satiety; (3) It Helps Subdue The Hunger-Contraction Complex Lactalbumln, The Protein Booster From Milk, Gives Profile Special Formula Bread Extra Complete Protein Brttcr F«r AH The ftm3j B«»nt EtittT It Coaflet* Prttria Tfcaa E«ralar WIK« Or WloU Wk»l j a tht tcaia't fcypothilamV rcpon, appctiU control crtltr* act, ia normal people, to iacreaM yom «p- pttjtt.r.or... tocmiippetitcj Whea Wood *af*r Irrd £rop«, ·pprtitc fort cp . . . whea Mood rotru ferd fnet op, appetit* wx- diHy pD« don. 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Ubkti and cxndxM coed tot ippetit* i7pe»e- r^*« Tbd, foUowinc th« Profl* Ilia can uvc Keep Tour WjHtEne In Pro£J« Breil caa be!p 700 work 1st better control of weijfct Oroc;a Sec bow (nd Pro2» taitdt Gtt it fe»a todjy^Voa «5B N very (lad yoa did. a cooraxr. Buy Profile For AJTh«r«mIy BUT Fro£l« Speoil Foratola Ertmd today. It eo«t» a few fcsxau men. Bat tt \t worUi tun, Bed CM a porad loaTd froS* Special Fcnrala Bread prri JTO

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