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WOODY'S TOHTD never was very good at skiing ! Migrating Hippies Face Welfare Loss · SACRAMENTO (UPI) -Administration officials re- purled Thursday legislation is being drafted to remove migrating hippies from the welfare roles. The proposal was outlined at a news conference by Human Resources Sei:- iviary Spencer Williams niid- stale social welfare Dirci-inr John C. M u m y o n i - c i \ . . Ouhljctl the "hi])pic hill" by Williams, ihe proposal would disqualify welfare applicants or recipients if they refused "to accept an offer of transportation to return 10 their former community where they had employment." Montgomery said the legislator] was prompted by hippies leaving the San I randsco Haight-Ashhiiry and traveling lo peaceful i t i i r i h coast counties such as MiMiducitiip. FORECAST Long Bench and Vicinity: Increasing clouds v/ith rain likely Ionian! and Satur. : 9 TfK13v about 53, overnight low ric-ar its. sa?i'i?il?!.M s: C i'° udv i """ showcrs . - 5n ° w abOT ' 4,500-foot level - tonighl and Saturday. Local gusty winds, continued cold. r'A r hJI!?n ° K ','' i R k?'1 ns: Variable clouds through Salurday, chance ol shovy- i mn 5 beginning tonigh. Local Busty winds. Continued cool. Km ,nl s i 5 Khe "?i. v £" m lni:lulll " n pal "i Suringsl: variable cloudi 5 in mnh t f v m ' h Sfr 1 "TM 0| sll »» rws =TM"'i mountains. Guslv winds 15 AnlUnn. u5n.2 'mifi in.atlcrnoons. Highs today 60 to 65, lows tonight 33 to 38. .STM e " snd ""inve Desert: Variable clouds through Saturday with ?I Sf» i r ff.°S nl 9 in , s ' Continued cool with locally uusly wlndi to 30 n:ch «,, f ^'tcrnnons. Highs lojdy 50 to 58, lows tonight 28 loli. Offshore.Wind and Weather Forecast {Pt. Conceocion to Mexican Border)- In- Hnued n coo'i Wind""" 5nowors , slarlln " lonichl and ilircugh -.vecteml. Con- .... . . SUN. MOON AND TIDES Fndav Sunrise: 6MO a.m. Sunset: 5:JB o.ni. Saturday Sunrise: 6:40 a.m. Sunset: 5:43 p m. I Fnilay Moonrise: v:ll a.m. Moonsel: 11-14 u r n Saturday Moonrise: 9:42 a.m. Moonset: Friday Tides: High, 3.3 lent al 12:21 p.m. Lows, l loot al 6:33 a 11. ,'nj i 5 ic-M al 5:jl p.m. " ! Saturday Tides: Highs. 4.7 feet at 12:33 a.m. .mil :'t !cci a! 1 .". ." , . I o.v 1 ·' i at 7:51 a.m. and 7.1 tcet at 5-57 p n, Lung Beach Lilcguard Sea Report: 5/ dccn.es. I Airport Monorail Plan Bared l.OS ANGELES (CX.S) -- Proponents of a new monorail system Thursday fold a Ci:y Council committee that they can build a lii»h-spced transit line \u Internationa! Airport for less t h a n $4 million a ntiii 1 . Rcpivsi'iuntivt's ;" ihe North .American .Mouorail Corp. also voiced hupp t h a t they could airani'.o ^oinc kind of linuncinTM, which woukl avoid heavy cash outlays liy local pov- eraineni. Ciayle l y i l e , president of the firm, declined to put an exact price tag on the Los Angeles project pending detailed study. ;: tt * i\ BUT HE said the company had submitted 1 a plan to build a 14.5-mile line for $49 million from downtown San Francisco to the San Francisco Airport. Lytle said that the "ro- tocar" system is likely to be used in an area near Montreal, Canada and in New York's "Co-op Ci;y." He said the advantages (if llie sysiein are its rela- l i v c l y ln\v cusl, t i n o h t r n - sivi 1 supports and lii;;li speed, safe cars. Me said t h a t a line lo Los Angeles I n t e r n a t i o n a l A i r port could probably travel at 80 miles per hour and could be put up quickly if existing space over railroad r i g h t s of way is provided. Members of the City Council's Industry and Transportation Committee arranged for the firm's delegation to meet today with airport and rapid transit officials. Obituaries-Funeral) SObifuerfes-Funerolt 8 T H U R S D A Y ' S WEATHER REPORTS Lono Boacri L.B. AiiDorl _ ' Lob Annolcb ._ Pn.bank v.jlvcr (.itv l£! Ccnlio .. .i/ -jj 6? 3 1 ? _ 56 -to F rrsnn . . L:il-e Arrow;icdd Wcvjporl Beadi . Riverside . S.in Bernardino .. S.iri Diciio ... . .. . S.tii f'rancisfo 5-intn BurUnto V:f1prville . 52 3? .ni .. 5-: -'.3 .C2 5« 31 59 -Li .1!3 11 43 ::.5u ·10 Aci'ois the I . L Prc. Bor-ton i _.. .10 ·? c,o -- ......... _ ...... .V land --- .................... 3 Denver DCS Moinus Detroil _ F.iirbanks .... f-ort Worlh _ Helena Honolulu .""' indianncolis La a s° S Ve TOC5IV - Mcmuhis ..... ....... ______ 4J .11 Mih"u,Kc" C ' " " iV,inn.-Sl. !\iul . . HL-IV Oi Icons Nc\v York Oklahoma City . Ornnlid Piiii^dolnhio .... Phoeni* Pitlsburah Porlljutl, Me. F'orlland. Ore. . ,, Reno . . . 56 J3 .07 ..33 3 1 .D/. .. 38 a 1 .? . M 21 " 3B . .-)3 _ _ 75 70 St. LOuib . .... . 4? ?? Sal* LukeCilv 40 32 .01 Seattle 5(1 38 .04 Si:akuitt ._... i/ 29 Washington .. Canada ... 57 .10 -_ ·IV IB ... J? 3D .. J8 18 J6 24 .01 .. 37 30 .01 .. 39 '.'0 Calgary ._ Hlflhest tcrnperaSuie Lowest we-; 15 Tl'ursdiiy In fhe 43 adjacent states was /B belov/ zero ,it Benndji, Minn. Vessel Alfred Victory Alias imcJcr (Kol American Pnckcr Ailintic Suniiie (Li) /um-:i (Br) Anollonius (Grj Ailriiiivon II (L^l Bioifilu'i.ii CM-] r..itiiin,,s ( L ' - r k ) C osl.T K'icn j'l-inj J.i) Crinn DP b.m:,-i McirM t n / ) Columbia Etiglc C.lliforni.i h.Kilp Courier ( T K ) !:^^ H a" · I-fy.'cui lv»e (Br) Ciitiilanrl.(Sw) . Hcrmiun ('No) ltuili.1 ( I t ) J.iso'i (Gr) ... . Joltrinn Scliullu (Gc) J.I VI MrTJl KoHyO/.Uru (J,l)'.". V Kvokl;u AA.iru (Ja) ... LoiiiMf ( T k ) Mari.i Girla D'Amico (it) . 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K Line ... , ...Feb. 2?, Chtimnertco Atl.intic Richfield .Feb. 22, Nikiski Arsiurkan President _..Feb. 20, San Fran United Fruit . Feb. 20, Seville Kl.ivencss Lins M.ir. 1, Snn Fran. Yiima-iliita Shinnihon .Feb. 20, Houston States iViiirine .. .Feb. 21, Cane Ciinovcral Oceiinic SS Feb. 22, San Fran. Ev;o Chemical . . . . .Indef. Llovd Brnsilciro ... . Feb. 20, S.in Fron. Pac. Is. TmtiMJt Feb. 21. Papeete Dniichl Chuo K.K. . Fch. 36, Fuihikl Se.i-Land Service . Feb. 20. Oakland Yamashila Shinn f-eb"." 2?. Nc'v"brlf-?ins Hcndy lnternt)ti-jnHl . Feb. 2i, Plttsburo VESSELS DUE TODAY From Kobe Crr.tob.il Snu Frati. YOkOSUl'..! P.ino P.iao .Tdl;ol;af'i-i Snn R,m ScciUic Nanov.i San Fran. Hucnemr- Oncmtor Anco, Inc. . . Llovrl Br,isi:-iro SS Cu. . D'Amico I inc A'lirine Trjnsnort I mcs .Vnrino Cli-incimg Co. K I.inr? V.'rstfnl La* sen LHIC . ;.),ill; ; iiM-n's T.inkc.'L. Inii. N''Y.K. I...T w .. Berth LB37. .LB-22 . ISO .LB-77 V.'LB-I ...LB-30 ' I.I? I .· ^ \ LB-4S I 120 IB-IO iS i IJST H4 - NAVY Guide . Acme .. Ashtabual Bass Bennington ,,... Benner , Berkeley Blue . ... Bradley Bronstcm ".... Brvcc Ciinyon Butternut . . Cahtldo Calif. C.IDC Carter Hall . Chandler Chemuno Collctt ,_.... Cormoraii Cove DcMaven .. '.. Dubuque Hdson Enoland ." Kvnns, F. E, . fcvcrsole Fochtcicr ... . Hrm .,, Gallant Guodaluoc ~... C-uidp HuMIUtr ..... SHIPS IN PORT .. _ Pier 9, Nav. sta. __ Fellows Slew.irr Pier 9, Hay. Sta. Pier 15, Nav. Sla. TM B-14, NSY _ B-14, NSY Pier 16, Nav. Sta, Drydotk ?. NSY . _. ... B-21, NSY B-12, NSY . Pier 16, Nav, Sta. ,, " . _ Pier 10, Nav. Sla. Shlcbldo. R- Drvdock Co . ,, Pier 9, Nay. Sta. ..Beth. Steel Pier 16, Nnv. St.i. Pier 9, Nav. Sla. Drvdock ?. NSY Pier 9, Nav. Sla. Pier Q, Nav. Sta. Pier r., H'lV. M i . AFDL-J8, NSY B63. NSY Pier U, N ; IV. bM. Pier 9, M.IV. si.i. B-3J, NSY Pier 15. Nav. Sin. B-22, NSY P.cr 16, Nav. S!a. Pier 6. NSY """" .Pier 9, Nav. SIH. ,.,, Todd ShlDvard ''.^..'a-u/iiiV Hooncr (sbcll KtMrsarfle Kyes Larson Lucid Manatee ,, _. Marathon A\arsh .... Marvsvlllc Merrick MIsDillion Nav.irro O'Brien Oktirtapan . O^bou'n Pres'on .. . Prime Pt Defi.ince Princeton Re-.ay Reeves Schfidcld homers Tcill;ccga -Turner Jcv .. Uhlmann Vammnrt _.._. Walkp . _..Pier 16, Nav. Sta. Pier 15, Nav. Sta. ..._ Pier C, B-127 ,,... Pier IS Nav. Std. pier 15, Nav. Sta. Pier f, Nov. Sta. _.,,.. B-23, NSY B-3?, NSY pier 17, Nav. Sta. Al Larson Bo.it Shoo 1"..:. Pier 7. Nav. Sta. Bctnlehom Steel .Pier 7, Nav. Sta. Pier E, S-124 Pier 16, Nav. Sta. Call!. Ship Build.no . ..B-33, f.'SY Pier |ft, Ndv. SM. . Pior ·), »,iv. Sta. ,,. .... TM.. C B-M. N'SY S-r/, NSY P'cr ?, Nav. Sta. P.er 15, Nav. Sla. Submarine Pier P'T 15, Nav. S!,t. Bonn i2, 'JSY ..... Pier 7, Nav. Sta. _ _ B - 3 2 , NSY ';....:. .... B-33, NSY ' Pier 15, Nnv. Sla. . Pier 15, Nav. Sia. For * i Inlormatirm H n.m, to )0 n.m. CARTOONS, SHORTS 71V OSCAK. RACE IOLLY\VOOD (/!') -- 'I'hc Academy nf Motion Picture Arts and Sciences lias announced nominees for awards for best car- loons and short subjects. Cartoons: Columbia's "The Mouse That Jack B u i l t , " l';i r a in o u n t ' s "Windy Day," Murakami- Wolf Productions' "The Magic Pear Tree" and Walt Disney's "Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day." Live action shorts: "The Dove" by Coe-Davis Ltd., Columbia's "Duo," The Prelude Co.'s "The Prelude," and "Robert Kennedy Remembered," entered by Guggenheim Productions. Nominations for other categories will he announced Monday. Time (!;i|Milr Marks Space A r l i i o v n n r n l s CKNTURY CITY (CNS) --A l i m e capsule honoring the nations space program was presented to the people of California Thursday by Air Force Astronaut Maj. William J. Knight. The capsule--to be placed on permanent display at the Century 21 Center Office Building--contains microfilmed letters and documents of the space age, emts of the space age. Plans calll for opening ceremonies on Jan. 1, 2,000 BuiJdiiijj; Permits This Month: - s.33?,030 Tills Year: S7.357.3S5 Alv t i V. Stanton. iilter.ition^, ?919 F. Filth St., 55,200; F. H. Kabpcrcit, ecu- tractor. L. Stjckcr, .illcrations. 5300 ! P.vnut St . S3.200: Noel M. GiJTtin. contrMrtor Hc'irv Dcritin, icudirb, 1323 E. Second S!.. S3.0CO. Dr. fvcrclt GiniodY. COol, 3M1 ;VV.ri\i AVC.. S3.JOO: Anllianv Poolb, lonlr.i-.lor Grnrrdl Tclrn un" Co.. .iddition. f,?D A-.irho: St., S200.0'JO: Ale* RoDcrlsnn. contractor; K S. W ncr- architect. Fiilc-lilv rctier.-.l Savinoi .inn Loan [.^ SOCMl.on. .literate's, 555 H. OLe-i'l Rlvrl.. S2.JOO; f/iorlcv Construction Co. Vital Statistics Death Notices CHANDLER--Claudlne, 72, of 308 Pa- fos Verdes St., San Pedro, died Satur- 'GRIFFITH-Chatlie AA., 315 W. Third St., d.cd Wednesday. HANNA--Clara H., 73, of 6665 Long Beacli Blvd., died Thursday. HAYGOOD--Alonjo- 43, of 170S Largo St., Comotnn, (lira Tuesday. } HUDSON- -John, 74, ot 1030 E. lj:r ' St., died Monday. i JOHANIIHG-^rrrard J., 68, of 73 St. i Joseoh Ave., die-1 \Vranrscl.-.v. ' MrGOV/AN--Be^'P C., 93, of 3j4 E. i Occ.~!n Blvd., died Wdnrsdav. : MF-SSATZZIA--Melo^e. ol 13-171 lo.va 1 St., Westminster, died Wfdnesdrtv. . PERRIS--Jamrs A., 43, ot I5.OB Dcr- 1 vin Ave., Paramount, died Wedncsrt.w. ; 7 A P P -- Shawn P., i.-»ant, of 919 E. 0' St., wilmlnolon, died Saturday. · WREN--Robert G., 72, of 3529 U Jam St., died Tnursdav. ! YOUNG-Elmore D., «, of 2639 E. ' Washington SI., died '.V^dncsrltiv. Funcrcl Directors tLASBAND WILLEN Long Beach Mortuary Jewish Funeral Directors INDEPENDENT (AM) CLASSIFIED HE ?-SW _ 10 f Schools Instruction PRE$$-TELEGRAM(PM}-C-15 ! JLeifl Bwh, C*ii'- Pflday. Feb. 3', »W ^ 105 Schools 105 Instruction NOW IP M 0 T T E L L S · -* ·# i r to ward U. Purnell, Vice- president, MOTTELL'S MORTUARY, has long been active in the CIVIC, CHURCH and FRATERNAL li!c ol I.onq Beach. Associated v/ilh i, OTTELL'S since 1953, Mr. Purnell invites your inquiries regarding our Pre- Arrangement Plan. M 0 T T E L L S MOTTELL'S MORTUflRY · 436-2284 909 E. Third Street V" ' ' i CHANDLER -- Clan- MESSAT/Z1A -- Ho- dine. Passed away Feb. loise (Honey) of 13-171 Sth, age 72 of 30S Palos Iowa St.. Westminster. Verdes St., San Pedro. 1969. lieloved wife of Graveside service Satur- Passed away Feb. 19, day, U p.m. Sunny side ) Jerome; i!oar mother of Mausoleum. Directed by Peter Willene and Pati'i- Harris Colonial Mor- -i:i Privet!: dear filter »f tuary. Blanche [.yon: furtlu-i ' survived hv 10 s;:-.uul- C01.LINGS -- 1 llifl Children. C.'haiX'l M-rvice 11. .Mum-It's Mortuary, an ,i prjv.uo iiuenneiu :;rd Alamiius. -I'M- .\U'iuhiv. K'ii. 1M a: ai :! -- fi :'-_ . p.m., WfSUiu'n-.UT .Mi'iii- Ceiiu-terv. DoaalioiK lo CltAMLK -- tilusi.iJ, u | 1 ( 1 j r K \I,i'iu.nv vliO l.»ii» Ke.ich Blvd. , ,,',,., ,' ;e ;..,,' chil'dmiV Service Monday, 1p.m.. i k -,pu.il or C.uuvr 1 -ur.it' Dudley Hotlmanl-imeral. ,,, K , u . d Home, bania Mann, , - · - · : Calif. Dilday l-'amily l-'u- ; PERRIS - - J..:iii's A. neral D i r e c t o r s in i { ,f 15UOS Kervm Ave., charge. ' Paramount. Passed ;nvav DRIVER -- Alice M. ·'orest Lawn-Cypress. FL1NN -- Ernest H. Forest Lawn-Cypress. i GOLONKA -- Helen i M., 1S99 Temple Ave. ! Dilday Familv Funeral Directors. 436-902-1. GRIFFITH -- Chaitie ; M. of 315 W. 3rd. Born ' in Indiana died Wednesday. Member and past president of Women's Music Club, Past president of President Club, W o m e n "s Republican Club £· Past President (if Eldcrbloom Club. Service Monday .'!:i!0 p.m. Mol- tell's Morluaiy Chapel, 3rd Alaniilo.i. JOHANSING -- Bernard J. of 7U St. Joseph, lorn GS years ago in Ohio died Wednesday. Survived by wife, Opal A. of Long Beach; nephews, Harry, Jr., Paul and Walter J o h a n s i n g ; nieces, Mary Claire Van Laur, Eleanor English, Barbara Buckley and Margaret J o h a n s i n g . Member of Teamsters Local No. SS. Service Monday 2:00 p.m. Mot- teli's Mortuary Chapel, 3rd Alamitos. HANNA -- Clara H. of ()()G5 Long Beach Blvd. Space IS Fern, 73 years of age, Survived by sisters, Mrs. Pearl Startup, Mrs. Opal Shook and Mrs. Minnie Harper and by several nieces and nephews. Service 11 a.m. Monday, Hunter Mortuary Chapel. HAYGOOO -- Alon/o nf 170S Largo St., Comp- lon, aj;(! -13. Passed away Feb. 18. Survived by wife, Willie Mae Haygood; daughters, Beulali Williams and Patricia Martin; brothers, Marion, Chester a n d Ricardo; mother, Mrs. Vcra Haygood and 5 grandchildren. Service and interment will he in Phoenix, Arizona. Harris Colonial Mortuary in charge. Hrin**OiVF Tnlin nf 1030 E. 15th St. Passed away Feb. 17th at the age of 74. Service is pending at Harris Colonial Mortuary. KING -- Albert Mil- nn. of 1KIOK Pacific, 'rivatc service was held directed by Motiell's Moitu.iry, 3rd Akimi- KRUEGER -- Frederick Ulrick, Memorial service Saturday 2:00 p.m. M o t i e l l ' s Mortuary Chapel, 3rd Alamitos. LEWIS -- Claude L., 269 Koswell Ave. Service Monday 11:30 a.m., 436-9024. LARSON -- Gene K. Dilday Family Chapel. Dilday Family Lakewood Mortuarv. HA 1-8411. LYNCH -- Nellie May. Patterson S n i v e l y , 43G-620I. McGOWAN -- Bessie Christina formerly of 334 E. Ocean Blvd. Born 93 years ago in Massachusetts died Wednesday. Survived by sons, Carl U. Reiner of Long Beach. Stanley D. Reiner of Com pi on and Don L. Reiner of San 1-rancisco: (laughters, Bessie Dill oi San Fernando. Ruth Eur- cheit of Riverside: sisic-r, Inga Sheelx; 9 grandchildren; IS great granddiil- dien. Service Salurdav 11:00 a.m. Motteli's Moi- uiary Chapel, 3rd Alamitos. MARSH -- F a n n i e . Patterson Snively, 436-6201. MARTIN -- Andrew of 2201 E. 110th St., Los Angeles. Age 29. Passed away Feb. 18. Survived by wife, Patricia; brothers, Henry, Robert, Albert, Lagcrry, Birl, Henderson, Joe, Wilbert, Jeff and James; sisters. Wi lie B. Bryant Ophelia EdwaixK, Ada Rice, .ucy. Sue, Hasty, a in N'ancv Martin. Parent.-) ,Mr. iind Mrs. Jeff Mar[ tin. Service and interment Phoenix, Arizona. · Harris Colonial Mortuary · in charge. Feb. liHIi. Age 43. Survived by wile, Beverly; sons. Donald, James and Raymond; daughter, Ei- loen; mother, Mrs. Mariha Bench and sister. Miss Frances Perris. Service Friday 3:30 p.m. P a r a in o u n t Mortuary chapel. Interment in Lo- 1 jwn City Cemetery, Lo- j gan, Utah. John A. Mies, Paramount Mortuaiy directing. ~ ROMANOW " '-- "Omar W. of 2413 So. Pacific A\ 1 ., Sania Ana. -10 i years of age. Survived by wife, Carolina; son, Michael 1 Lappert; daughters. Miss Mary Lou J apperi and Kalh- livn l.appeil: liroihi'is. Adam. Lurry and Allivd Rmnaiiow; sister, M:^. Helen Dworianyn. Service Saturday, 2 p.m. Hunter Mortuary Chapel. ~~S ANDERS" -- ~M a' rvi n C. Patterson Snively. 436-6201. SCOTT -- Paul Harold. Graveside service Monday 10:30 a.m. Vete r a n s Administration Cemeteiy directed by Motteli's Mortuary, 3rd Alamilos. SMITH -- Leonora K., 2770 Ttilanc Ave. Surviving, husband, Leo; son, Leon C.; daughter, Mrs. Marjurie Pope: Mrs. Wilma Fay and Roderick Ristow; "sisters, Mrs-. Bernicc Nelson. Service Saturday, 1 p.m., Dilday Family Lakewood Chapel. HA 1-8-111. TAPP -- Shawn Parici: of 919 F.. '0' St., W i 1 m i n g t o u. Passed away Feb. 15. Age 3 mos. Survived by par- cms. Mr. and Mrs. Lenny Tapp. Graveside service Friday, 2 p.m. W o o d l a w n Memorial Park. Directed by Harris Colonial Mortuary. "WELCH -- ~~MiTdrc : d L, 1325 K. 3rd St. Service Friday (today), 2 p.m., Dilday Family Chapel. 436-9U24. WREN -- Robert G. of 3529 LaJara. Survived by wife, Mrs. R. E. Wren; daughter, Mrs. Nora Gilmore; son, Holly Lee Ketchum; sister, Mrs. Doris H. Young; 3 grandchildren, 7 great- grandchildren. Service Monday, 10:30 a.m. with Dr. Win. J. Mcllhenny officiating at Patterson Snively Chapel. Funeral Directors 10 WESTMINSTER Memorial Park MORTUARY AND CEMETERY Everything in One Beautiful Place COMPLETE FUNERALS FROM $245 Less Cost -- No traffic problem 14801 Beach Blvd. GE 1-6S77 WESTMINSTER WHITE FUNERAL HOME 9903 E Flower, Beitfl 847-3741 JOHN A. MIES "PEACE" ME 3-1164 GREEN HILLS Memorial Chaoe 27501 So. Wcsfern 831-0311 BELLFLOWER Mortuary 867-1778 633 Atlanfic Ave. 436-1273 MOTTELL'S MORTUARY 909 E. Third 436-2284 Florist* IS " ROM $4.00 " : FLOWERS FOR Forest Lawn FuneraU Cemeteries and 20 Mausoleums ,·/· S T M ·:·=,-': ^ ' "'·-·- - 4 f i - V Con elfrv ioli -- SI So e^c » ifuui ..ij onj.-Afri?!.; i.ue -- vM:-i tt»-. e--t trw twrnv GE Ifl5?' 2 · ( ' . · · · . 0 lets ln!frnr.nt Jo; 4. l"3't .0^?bS° H A - R !'.,-. .·s",r-.V,r,7 1 ,j"M.-.",n H , : : V,.j s!: V. .1 V, ^ *s-' iiVil i Vj.Cf 1-V. !-Clr.v :nU. C! : TlS'-O" J- -i w | Announcements 35 AUuiY NOVELS .V'L'N- s v.'.(.-,i 10PLHSS V.OVI-'S :. I'n.ll k ,;. rjow OF'tN ?; no. IPS , Jf-rT'S I ' A C l t ' l C I-ltiV.-^ .is L ociisr AVI:. ·:" · : -.' i: ' HONOR'F-A'.M:.Y"ji"FK!E.rJJi \\ifi pitts (or resf.irc-i 'a .',U'.'.\OKIAL H U S f l T A L O ' - 1 -R · UFDOINO i'i d.iil-no c'lnoel-SlO no ' UU. Of- More/ 4 j / jj.i3 or 43'. ^rfl "FIND "IT FAST IN THf YH1 LOW PAOLS ^·'A'E ' EARN ' AT iLvnwooJ) V.'o-M S.ivinas, 11170 L.R. fikd. K E N T COLOR T V 5 1 2 MO. """ OPTION IO HUY H^ 1'T-' LA*.\PS-REPA^RED REBUILT Travel 40 V: FLY ·:.- EL CAPIIAN 1 ENGINE PRESSURIZED CONSTELLATION BARNEY'S ALL NEW 3 MILLION DOLLAR CASINO Walker Lake, Hawlhornc, Nevada EVERY DAY Most CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED Package INCLUDES: 1-Rd Trip n r transo. 2 Dinner cocktails. Entertainment (new t h e a t e r lounge). 3. Limousine service 21-VEGAS ODDS CRAPS-- SLOTS ASK ABOUT OUR 'Ladies Nile, Stag Nites "Plane Parties" Seafoodarama (FriJ DAILY FLIGHTS Won Thru 3,V. 6:15 D.ni. Sun" Dciwt 10: JO FOR RES. BROCHURE: Long Beach HA 1-9351 Burbank VI 9-5568 ^5 odd. Pr. fi bat. - Td. No bnaoanei on )ouri. DC-3 OCC. liitCS. A CARSDELfVEHEDft lo or from anywhere In u S. AUTO DRIVEAWAY 383-1307 A CARS FURNISHED FREE All colnts. U-DRIVE DU 3-1307 LEAVING for S.in FrdnUito ? · ? ' Haul Morse etc 421-0503 LC^VUIG Feb. 23 ior- Boston, t.\^- Mr(xt rider. Sharp. 433-003-1 Personals 50 "DIAL PEACE OF MIND 1 T ir.litort - sick rieilnrv) pr.ivp'? nt'THAMV P R A Y f R CHAPEL STAFF A.:'. ?n ' Tel. J.T19J01 RAMS COME "HOWE" "-- Atlrntion ;.'.i lik.ni Hi School CldiS ol 'S9. 10 vr. reunion-Juno 14, 196^. \Vi le lo P.O. Box -121, Liikowuod, f; il. for detail. OR-., NO Oucninn 3n-.l Hand sioro ( if 3i5 E. Occfln Blvd. (Cor. of Flml 10 ,).ni. to 9 D.m. VVoch'Jilvs-- bun- i HV 10 rf.rn. fo 6 v.m. "Come In ft A R T FICIAL~[!ov,cr-. o!iO urronco- Gifts Powers, 1248 Long Boach ATTRACIlVh cxperr vouno woman dancer will teach vou all the latest tteos. Cali AroVIk, V?1-JS38 between 6:30 1 10 D.m. wkdays. LOST-- T2 IiiLhes In 5 Mrs. AAkhelcs. Imrjrovrd Rcaucmsi. 3/M fc. Brondw.iv- Call 43V-21t6-No contract. Goar ] V cnrtv will io,in money on your home or will purth-ise even It In foreclosure A reoardlcss of condl FILL YOUR LIFE v.-iih DADCIHG. 4. Priv. Les^ons-2 Pnrties-2HH SI 'ilo 13"Pdc!flc Ave ' HF: 'j-fitll 1 dm n widow of r»cn-. v.'ouki lire fo nice! r) man 50 to 60. III,UH.K;C · ; 'iclrfi. Cluh V/rilc Hox I'DJIft. H. W* 01. " This Ad Worth'"? TOO" " AT · SAND f. S F A f.'.mF.l I/U F. f)CF:AH, ON TUT Ri;Al H (··-.'ilTjii, 2.'3 Totc-.t, Lriuun^ PALM-CARD PYSCHIC rcn'cr, SDC^- SI. 7U-TW 39351 BOB loves Junk! Will clean oarage -- haul or buv lit Even alv« voy Blue CHID Stflmos. ^3^-355J WANTF.D-- Good Long Bescfi Fmtur Home for children ol all -ioes. Cali V.'E BUY old IPIavtm moos., Wc*t orn s , science fiction. Roddsri's CEfTj"E~rr"craI7"aboiir BUYING c'd t n-cy unusual thin'i^,! GI.ISS, drccratlve, or? HE 6-35S4 POOR READERS, poor ssellers an nor-s 3 to £0. Instant nrof help. RP.T.. 4 free lessors. GA 4 40/3. EARN BEADED Flowers Exctlln? r.rotit.iaic hooov, dav-niaht class- Ci. 424-31-0 s!tcr 6 cm //I'. 1 1FI: It i'i not aood fo.- rie ^ one. 1 need you \vitn rric. V/itn ri 1 r;iy IDJC, George SP^niK-1. READINGS rtl^o C A P O READING. TE 0-?361 W A D A M Ann-- Pal.n, C.irdi. Ps/chic Rc.irtinqs. «3;-?0?3 or 4J2-V113. ROSE HILLS MORTUARY | PURPLE DIAMOND Ii Otcfi OX 9 0?21 RA 3-5391 ~'JE3 L.F1. Blvd., t .B. D.LOAY Family Funeral Directors · DRINKING Problem? Call now -- A R T E S I A MORTUARY UN 5-" 1263 ; f.'ARITAL I N V E S T I G A T I O N 17713 So. Pioneer Artejta ; v " n Jrn ^ ?6 ' J E - 7lh J--'CO'.? SUNflYSIDr iVnui'-Ie'")! /,' rtj.nv ' V/r .V.^Kt ALL K L Y S 2ic F«CH. 150'J Svm An:omo Dr. GA J l - J I ' J» L B. Blvd v,-.rieV Sl'J-c ' j T f F P /.'.(KINLnY .VibRU.'.'.PsF.S MO'Vi: fo' unwo'd n.othr,--,. God.'i __ LM cv._:,2_J_'ijd_Do.vno_/ _ ···· / - 1 ' i ! . Grr,e 71 J-j; r '-73tS: l-SOl r.orric Ln Funeral Directors lOFunora! Directors 10 PEOPLE MAKE THE DIFFERENCE Trio iccre! of depenrfoU» service Is dependable pecple, such os David B. Sloyton. By helping families who need a funeral director and participating in mony civic, fraternal end church group;, he has made hii life Ihe definition of "service." Dilday 'Family F Out Family Semnr Vowi F«r 2 L LONG BEACH CHAPEL LAKE ANAHEIM PACIFIC CARSt DAVID B. SLAYTON jneral Directors e c a r cm,... ,, WOOD CHAP; L 'rtFlr jNiVfoocRuff '|ir/T 1 N V-X T Y LUIN^7 DCA^n Notion'i fin»it fro nlnq ichool fof COMPUTER PROGRAMMING and KEY PUNCH Enter lh« high pavlno com- "Aooroved for Visa Studtntl puttr wtrld. LMrn o« «i «i By oeoonment of immigration* life IBM 313 Computer. * C3y and Nlgnt CUHII ,^Stud»nl Lo.ni | OR WRITE riPCXB nnni^l FT Auiomotion lnstitu»« CAREER BOOKLfcl 3605 Un(J 6soch B , vd _ MAILED FRbc A C-E-I-R Aitociot. fcrsonols 50 Hypnosis "1 A n n i T c r i M i v ( ' ar ' You Se Hypnotized? ADULTS ONLY ,, . . . ;., ,i. ;.,,.,...,, txnti.i -,'-·? NOW OPEN 24 HOURS ^ v/. Jc t-? 'i.-.Vcft i°Vo ". s ·iL.V X'.ERCIIAtlD.iE ,,.',' ·/!·.'·' '" J s E L = '?ivj 0 / E B' - Toplfss Go Go Movies " ~ C "422-83°85 r "" "" Many Now Numbers wYPwn';i; Nudist Publications DONT BE,"^ SAFE, Adult Novels-Art Mags ot^tf n R rsvc^^o? AR 42314J7 Lq. Selection Art Photos ~ ~ 3 , L ;jt.: l ' | j r s^«ii ic NE'.VS, w . ( Health Aids 70 SUICIDE PREVENTION CENTER D!AL"H'-'E-L-P'"NI O-\V ; 595-2353 C (D'AY) 595-2351 (NIGHT) -IvO.-l '.'rO'-S A (1C'.V (0 kllO-.V f\:i' AV..-'\,i i";u 'j;j 7112" cr' '/M -,:· REWARD ^^ i: ^ C;:-'i ti 1 '.'. ''d for Into' ·'··"' ? · lr.^-11 to w K - p . l c . i t , ,. ;,, , - - - iv i- .. ' f.\ '"-7 '-. · ·· S"'f : VOU~^t thr 0 l A' l'v"V .^ Social Clubs 55 TV Single Adults ti You can meet more single people in one year, highly compatible with you, than you have probably met in your entire life time! As tho oldest and largest of the qualified companies, wo can GUARANTEE r e s u l t s . For an interesting recorded message and a FREE PERSONALITY INVENTORY call: 434-0731 or 434-0722 Compatibility Testing WORCEDT It's NOT your fault (lull, rcldXi and listen Lno. Bell. Dwnv-Hrwtc 537-4?JO LOS^ANGELfcS* 8/10101 ORANGE COUNTY 543-C633 Human Inventory Inc. ORBIT CLUB Single Adult Social Club Aae 3d to 55. MembershlD owrtfd A oi:cr. Dancmq dlnina-cardi. ck- Visilors welcome to our f-rld.iv A Sdt. nllo party Uances. 9 D m. 530 E. 4th LB. HE 2-9330 SlNGLi: A D U L T S Join the In Crowd Meet lhal ireciai someone who Is just right lor vou. .Sueuiil intiu- due lory offer conioutcr dating f n'onihs nicfiiherbhio. Uo to 4 tn.itchrs per 'no. ?.1Q toUl toil. ^or tree brochure call Ma'L'Ma'ch J22-4470 Come Now Open! · - lONG REACH'S '.r.'.FSI MAiSAOE STUDIO NEW TECHNICIANS A; L F P l T M O . Y PES*iOHHEL V. is, t.^i- M,Min Bcdv-Sh.iniDoo 422-0821 · · '::· I R. RI.'.!. 10 ^.i-i.-l-} 7 d.'.vl SANTANA SAUNA r; 436-0226 ! X P I R T MA'i'iniSE 5 BODY SHAMPOO MO L - X T R A CHARGE -ca:\ 11 a.m..|» D.m. 7 DAYI . 1 .V. I4i!) .IT PAUriC A.e. ""·sir" MASSAGE V BODY SHAMPOO NEW IEI.M:II(.I«NS -NEW MCVrn-- Mon Ihru Pfl iC 10; Sit. 1GA. 434-2976 Ml DA.VSOII AVC-. U.I. . " NEW TECHNICIANS Atlnnlic Health Officoi 1125 AILANIIC AVE. 437-3887 Mm Thur. VMO pm Fft-S«t. 13-* em ""BODY SHAMPOO " RELAXING SWEDISH MASSAGB NEW TECHNICIANS Hours: IJ.» MON-FRI: SAr 11-4 3717 A AllJmtlc Ave. LB 426 4^14 ·fr SAUNA BATH 'ji- 7 IcniaiiJ Masseuses -SEL-GLOW. Open 7 d«»: 10 to Mldnlte: Sun. 1 to Mldnlle. liM? Beacn Blvd. Hunllnoton Beach I7U1 ML91I1 GENTS TURKISH BATH STEAM-- Ooen 7 d»VJ-- SAUNA IS Mln. from Lono Beach ll'j blks. E. ol L.B. Fmy. ^SMJ Brooklyn Ave. L.A. W : 94M MGR. lust tHKtt from Honolulu Tahiti New Ideas. 5 Techs to serve vou. Hra. 10-v p.m. Fre* noodles - New deal. C.ill 5S5-3W? for arJDt. r)EW OPErilNO Oilrour.ietiir nt.is- ^.loc. steim btlth. .idiustmetit- trcdlmc'it, 1C971 Cherry St.. l.us AMnlllos. ^"8-1'al Rertum, reiuvcnatlng ttieranv. 10 nu Technicians. Modern miissaot. 39« 5i3. Credit Ofd» O.K. Japanese Physio Massage 8(T! Sn. Mor\vnlk Rlvri. Whltt-er Mr-, 10-6 D.m. Mon-S.1t. 69-3. 3M2 NEW OPENING BRAZILIAN Mals"Nrit». PrcsTit»7 b.iths. New method. 636-«8?9. Fre« l ] ortuouese spirits I cookies. All ttectlt cdrds accepted. WATCH FOR IT! OPENING SPECIAL $6 New Tccrinlclnni (7U1M7.6111 H B(A "l FAN'S S T F A M A A1ASSAGC CALL FORAPPF. 423-591? 1C R'vsio-iricroDv unit, ofci. oce3 10-6. 213. WO-2015 17)17 Cldrfc St. bultc 3. BclH. JAN'S SriMULATING MASSAGS BRINGS BF5T R£ZSULT 3137 E. 7th 430-4114 SWEDISH Mflssrigr. Lie male md»- sour Housc'cnlls onlv. HA 9-7333 CINDY, Holland Mantuse-- ft ?JF? PACIFIC AVE. GA4956* C 1 N 1^ 1 CO GOLDIE'S SWEDISH MASSAGE, O N w L b ' STEAM BATH HE 2-6Jl4 1 WEST "Physical" Thirapv Massaw For a unlaue, recorded sforv | Hrs. lo-o. No Sun., Mon. 591-7919. lei'sure. J2a-5W4 lla °' VOU ' 1 SO^ClODRAMA cr_Indlyjdiial ^cssjWJi · '·· Don't Bs Alono · · 'MEET the RIGHT DCODIO'^ CLARA LANE'S CLUB 3115 E. 10th JJJ.03E3 hrs. 1-7 p m. SINGLE peonie seeking tricniishio write Beverly Social Club, P.O. Box 177, Bellflower TO 6-7210 Lost Found 75 independent, Prcss-Tdeoram FREE FOUND ADS L«f's do a oood deed together! If you FIND .1 doo. cat, keys wniict, hiindbao, evco'.ossc^ or anvlhing of value -- coll Irwle- Dcndcnt. Prcsvrfilcgrrim Clas^i- licct. HF- 1 59i? rtnd Dlacc 8 tree fouirl ad. ANIiV.AL SHL-I T F R IINiAGGtO DUOS 3(01 P. Willow, -l?7-?v?? '-!r,v/ Animal IniiKMjdcri 7-W-A? ;.1r-, Male, 8lk,a Oroy, 2',j Yrt. , Mi.. Fp. \Vhl. A Hlk. IVi Yr. j^i' Ra"iom Ave. .. .. K 9 Tnncr X, Mole, BIJ,.2. Brn. B ' "iiS UikeVlr-w Avo. . . __K-10 /.\t*. M^le, Blk.8, VVht. 2 Mos. J4J Mommo-.idc ST. , K-23 G.Shep. Fe, Bik. Silver, 6 Mos. Gcirfleld Srhool K-30 Ml/, Fc, Red, 6 /Acs. Daiv/, /Aale. Tan, 3 rAos. Junicero I St. .... K-35 Mi-. Fc, Liver V/ril. 2Vi Aim. 5579 Marco Ave. K-57 Mix- Fe. Black, 2 Yn. 5/40 California Ave. . K-75 Ml. F'c. V/hlie, 2 MOT. y.50 Santa Fe. Ave ..P.C.S CoHif* X. F-e. T,m 3, V/ht. 2 Mos. !32J'/j b,in Francisco Ave. .P.C.8 Pocxl.e, Male 8ack, 3 Mos. L!n-!cn A;t. Z. Burnett St. -Dead Poodle, Fe. Lt. Brn. 3 Yrs. Cdi-ion V/bodruflf . .___Dcad Mi/, 5,cx ?, Black, Age . Jackson Oranae Ave. Dead AKo ClKxk Counly Found, 11258 S. Gflrtield Ave., 6S3-117S. Humane Scciciy of So. Calif, at South Gate. 01 1-92-1-6531 !T:cdir,ol .itrcilioi. Rev.Mrd. Ans. *0 "F-rer,rhic" JJi-3-132 1023 E. 12ih L O S T : ( -jrye 'j; ( jcf i t.in Gcnr.fj" bnonhcrd. rn,iic, vir College Pork Ho-nc-r, FV-.M. .131 iB?j o".l Brc;.n, v; b'o','. V-t' tj,i,v F O U N D " long ri.nr")^:,"!.^ fciH^fi f. i . - ' t fl'-,i f)ij ( »r _.~)t Krm Bi;rrv LC-»1 I.-:,- '· ' h.i:'.''.\'r3 Lin'', irnti. i^.J n .-i ^ n-rra^d. Rcv.ivd j?l jo GA .-i"!cn O'o/c- Bu'l . V.olrrnniiicr. .it I--".,* D'. 4 £. 2nd bt. Rc ·fl-r-t GE f Swl v, ;,ipL:, ·,!·,. Ramona ParJt, HLB. LOST-- Buncn ot keys on white tv^ In Llnco-n Fark. P.O. Box 647 US. 0-- HE 2-J601 evM. FOUND; small DJack ft?male, shaggy riog, no r«gc, vie AJondra Atlantic. WI-912S FOUND-- English Spaniel - fema t OW. LvnwrxxJ area. 631-3357 FOUND white makTPeke" "aporox 1 vr oU. V,c. Lvn-Aood. NE 5-6J73 LOST B'ue Di'-T'.cct, wn f te face. _ Re -va rd._591_-K30 L O S T -- ::'_i.?, n-.in. niflck fe-n-iic. VT. 7t" C f c r r / . 43J-J792 LOST "?"fmj"eTooilcs."i.ri"criV.irC L'T r-M'c · il to/. -I.'O-ll.'! I. MASSAGb-- 10IB W. ComDlon Bl. Compton. Hrs. 10-6:30 NE 5-4579 F X P T R T MASSAGE 8. BATHS, 30-7. 1652 E. Whlttlcr Blvd. OX M21J DALE SUANA/MASSAGE EXPCR. mastMjses 10-6, (714) 827-9410 BANK ON BANKS MASSAGE (71-0 544-SU7 1D-6 Mon.-Saf, SV/EDlSH MASSAGE, 10 a.m.-7 739 E. 71h St. 436-7554 Homes R F r i R T M E N r CARE Home. Beautiful surroundings, Xlnt, food care. Frpl., color TV. Dr. on Mil. 860-2505 or 423-6/52. P R I V A T E 5. Semi-Drivdie room for ridr-H/ in lovely home; Xlnt. food !. dr. on c.lll. 860-2505; 426 9029 HILLSIDE GUEST HOME Home hkc home. Nur^e in rh«ro« 24 IKS. 2027 E 21st. GE 3 4331 Flamingo Rest Haven ?i!5 Pacific Ave. GA J .10/7 T l R L D of kccolng «n aot? see o'jr Ig*; scml-oriv rm. good food vattt. .inibulfllor/ lady. 571-7802 FA1RVIEW Gu*st Homt a ardclout home (or the elderly. 434-9336 __ VACANCY ladv or oent'enicn. bood food kind tare. 434-9U5. Schools 105 Instruction Women Only NEED A JOB? NEED TRAINING? SHORT OF FUNDS? TRAIN NOW oav ? months AFTER orad Short course, tree ciacement new, free brochure LONG BCH VALLF.Y COLLEGB OF MEDICAL UENTAL ASSTS. 443? Atlantic, LB 422-0431 HOWARD BUTLER REAL ESTATE SCHOOL L.B.'s. Oldest A Finest School A:DroveJ bv State of Calif. DJV Evening Classes 6176 Atiant.c GA 3-W.'| MEDICAL DENTAL ASSISTANTS · - RECEPTIONIST Train Now, Pay Later Blair College 370-5744 I'lM i l'.TMr«rr.c. LH'.VtlDA'.F LOS '-NCELES COLLEGE; 0? 1 MEDICAL -DENTAL ASSISTiNTS ;^i Lona B.?^r:i BUd. GA 6-8388 COMMERCIAL DEEP SEA DIVING U.T.I. 921-6646 A F R I C A N BAP3ER COLLEGE Or LONG BcACH ANAHEIM COURT REPORTING Dav t. HIH Class;! Slenolvue School 42S-I244 ELECTRONICS-- COLOR TV 1st FCC radio, phones, telecraoh Electro mech'l drfto. VVestern Tcctl, 5459 Atlantic Ave. 22-S«7 V/ANT A TRADE? ALLIED Weld School 43J3 Imcerlal Hwv, Lvn- wood. 434-0135. Acer, lor Vet» WEST COAST TRADE SCHOOLS 1633 Lono Beach Blvd. J37-04V7 Industrial Drafting MTI C6 E. 3rd, L.B. J35-89H A'BuilTt StMOOLs PACIFIC J20J A:l.i--l(. Ac. 424-S341 f - O L P 1 D - 5 i c ' - ' r o cn-)rm b acdet. CONTRACTOR SCHOOL L ii."woo.l Pl-i/.i .f.-.i. 4?-JJ41 1609 P:rjc Ave., L.B. HE 6-2627 K' .-lid ji.ifuse L.II Vic Sutler '·'r- r' *-r n*o! ^. Del Arro · J22-^694 f-OUND vounq .vri-tc c.lt inilo. V-c. f/J'JD " P-int:-: " P.ir,in\-v.nt "TMvi;. LOST ',:i ,i!l .\fiile in.lle JOU. on V.v-flc. N.L.y Rcwtird. 4?3-t69S LOST, Kcv ri.i' cnnfdinlng 3*kevV"Si Driving Schools 110 DRIVING LESSONS ii low .is $5.75 cor week. Drive now, o.iv later olan. Securiiv Driving School 5663701 Theatrical 120 YOU M..-,! DP SCEN= to be selected, v. .' .ire iiok'fT HV ocon'r of rtll ii'ioi. irttci?»tcd "i cxcciurc to bit i-,fs ii c.i:n'i«,.,-:i,».s, movies. TV. No tr.iiiung required. 595-17U

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