Independent from Long Beach, California on March 30, 1963 · Page 5
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i,^y^'.w ·r\:-*i-- .·y^Y i 'V' u " il-Gov! tlena'^Aoderrto: put higttjse son Friday expressed con«ra|the 100-acre sitt.i , thit location of tte proposed W- '!· : ^ » ''-I-T~l · ·" V ¥T*T1'·· /"^ 11 · · .Opposes box Hills Loliege ,Vf'i V 1 ?,', - ^ i ' : - ' - :; --: : ,V-^T r --- 1 ;,' ' c f?».-^ 'put high-rise biuldinss on charge higher rates. Y ..; It u s i n g ' I t . . . o-T 11 .' '· · oncharge bigr^ates. *PPpU- that It'using It this) Meanwhile, the Saa Pedro m HK*. en*. INDEPENDENT--f*sr, the controversial : Fox ; site.", , · iwoull ; a p p e a r , that this Meanwhile, the San reoro MMVMI vn -- ru»u»i ' · * . : -. inew" method ibeiag proposed Chamber of Commerce Friday up. to I golf-ball size, i ilitie's as staueni'rrsald result" ia a further.In- asked : interested. fadrViduals.portions. of the Miami faculty;-housoeJcrease ia'cost to our young to visit its office at 820 £ Fridayaod caused some student unioas and cafeterias.! people, * and young another road* Beacon St. Golf Course site might result [and student and faculty park- block to. their. acquiring: a ia financial hardships to tb*'i»s would be provided by pri-lcollege edvcatxa." · - hioTi students and faculty Me developers, at a cost to. ,_ - *. .· · , «xa s Buoenu ana^acuiiy.j ^ ttwjentj »ad |« c u 11 yj HE CALLED for -thorough em Avenue. Anderson, » member of the-^j^ ^-gujd necessarily in-JexaTiination" of "rtis new State CfcMfg* Board'of Trus-'dude amortizatioii of the de-fproposed" !eparture in" our tees, said in his letter to Gov-jveloper*! u investment, *Iccal program '.,of higher- educa- favorjag the . the area south of Rosecrans ' Brown: i » SCREEX TEST Princess Sccaya cses telephone Ia a test film in ; Rome after being signed to a contract by pro'. ducer Dina de Laurentiis. She and the Shah of Iran were divorced in 1938. . Liglitniiig Rips Huge 'U;S.-Boiind Airliner LONDON (UPI--A Trans World Airlines jet liner with 22 UJS. ministers homeward bound from the Holy Land among its 110 passengers landed safely; at London airport Friday after lightning tore a_ hole in its fuselage. · J "Iprayed for everyone on board," said one of the minsiters when the New York-bound Boeing 707 landed 35 minutes after the bolt struck the plane. The Eghtning gouged a hole 21 inches by eight inches'in'the jetliner's nose, but the place's captain. RobertlBack, Westfield, NJ, jettisoned 10,000 gallons of fuel and brought the plane down at the airport it had. left a short time earlier. : In ^addition to the'group of minsiters returning from a^ 17-day toor of the Holy Land the passengers included "movie actor Warren Beatty and M*tro-Gold- wyn-Miyer film company president Robert O'Brien. · The plane was repaired and left London the second time three hours later. . ] · Beatty, interviewed at London Airport, said. "I saw a Hash of light and heard a crash. But the calm- I ness of the captain really did impress me." . : ' "I was watching the landscape." said the Rev. Roy I · Newton. 32, of Fountain Inn. S.C, one of the Methodist ministers, "when I was banded by a firebrand and deafened by a dap of sound like thunder. ' "I thought the engine had gone, and prayed for everyone on board." | SHANNON, Ireland WV-A DC7C with 107 U5. ·passengers aboard made a safe emergency landing at ; Shannon Friday after one of its four engines failed ;500 miles out over the Atlantic. The plane was carrying · U.S. servicemen and their families from Frankfurt, ^Germany. - · French Strikers Stage Rally ; PARIS (UPI)--One-third of France's 200.000 strik- · ing coal mineri staged a rally ia the "black country" .^capital of Lens Friday to protest the Gauffist povem- ; mentV refusal to" grant their wage demands. · V The parade and meeting of an estimated 60.000 to 17AOOO miners was the biggest yet staged in the 2«iy 'old strike which threatened to push President Charles 'de Gaulle into a' fun-scale showdown with organized · ! labor. ··-- .''.'/ : Finns Return Io Work ; HELSINKI. : Finland (UP1--Finland's 20.000 civil servants on strike for a month, returned to work Fri' day following government settlement of their demand ' for higher wages! ·- ·· · ' Postmen staggered under a month's load of mail tand trains dattered over rusty tracks of the state! owned railway. Harbors idle .since "Feb. 28 hummed ·with activity as customs inspectors returned to their 'posts. .-, ' Garden Grove JVeius, Aifiliate Praised Commuaications a w a r d s ! T H E G.\RDE.V GROVE 'property taxes, and the' de"I am concerned with'.theVtoper's profit on his invest- additional costs which · may n»* n t- »r -._' ? have to be borne by the students and faculty at the cot- because of the proposal lt would seem to me that .. a private" lion." Brown is chairman of the college trustees. The trus- JlaiUtonw Damage. Gops Near Miami 'C MIAMI Cfl -- Hailstones, pelted I ajea Friday aixl caused seine dam- to sign a petitionlage, especially to vegetable e .college site in cwci'-;.,-;jj{,^,·...-· ^v . t -_. n "ScriSea patioiroofs 'were Boulevard and west'of West- punctured and some window Maes' wire'cracked. j/^^-t Quake in Tokyo;,, TOKYO" (u'pi^-A' i i g b t earthquake shook - buildings tees' planning'committee has:in downtown Tokyo' Friday recommended approval of the.but caused no. injuries or . .. a private ocvcwpa .... Fox HiUs site, but bills have damage, the Meteorological would ' naturally have "" to been introduced to prevent'Agency said. ', . 1 runai i -- -- -FAMILY VACATION? .n Ikill ihr F. · JUT ta NOW! Sunday Morning BrnncK UJJ . "" " mi r«. u. i»j, unui -,' DOWNTOWN LONG BEACH FIFTH and PINE SAT. ONLY! ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY Shop Early! Quantifies 'Limited.! No Phone Orders No C.O.D/s for educational coverage were presented to The. Garden Grove News and its News was commended for its support of tax and bond Friday at the Southern CaH- tonals and columns and its fornia school public relations coverage of school news and conference of the California features, in a citation ac- Teachers AssociatJon in Los cornpanying the award. , Angeles.- - The citation to The Santa '. In recognition of the double*Ana Independent, a weekly, tward, out of a total of four j praised its "monumental coa- grven to newspapers, Argus, tributJoo" in belpmg educa- M. Tjemey. publisher of the tors meet challenges of ex- two papers, was introduced ploding population, inflation at 'the presentation luncheon'and increasing demands for in the Sutler Hilton Hotel, 'services. . ., · , . fui.fsr. t !· 4. SOLD FOR MORE GIRLS'PINAFORES Tpi tfi«f *oTJ for nick n*r«. Can I* · oj · ^r.»i «r «i · sHp. CeHoB deck 44 · BEDDING and YARDAGE . · HEAVY NUm TEXIURED READY-MADE DRAPES Sin,!. clui.J. toifartd Jrc^fn«i n fccavy ftubty llxturtj fabrics. jtk «"J · *o!f. rfoLtl. wijti e-4 »np!. »;dt!» 01- SanJ ,*i l«;,. 54 «nJ 14-mck l«. 9 rti. DOWXSTUKS STOtE-- VIKNET'S DOWXTOW* , · MEN'S FURNISHINGS · DRASTIC REDUCTIONS WOMEN'S BITTER DRESSES *! tttier from «ur rtfufor ifeci *· moV» roft'fl for ··* ifririq enj lurrurnr mtrcfon- ~T*t. Sltep tarTy for t*t+ xtrtcta« k the %'nt runs w^l fct fcr«lfB- . ; SECOND FLOOR--rEKKtYl DOWHTOWN 2 88 8 ( · WOMEN'S LINGERIE · J 2 to 10-Yard lengths of Percale... .yd. Uc Bed Pillows S2 Assorted Sofa Pillows ......... "' Assorted Unens ... ............ 30c to 52 54-iru Woolen Yardage... yd. 2.77 and 3.77 250 Skeins of Worsted Yarn ....... Sk. 77c 4 Only! Electric Blankets ..... ....... ..$7 1500 Yds. Regulated Cottons. ... .3 Yds. $1 Remnants " l ..'.;........ f Price* " ........ 54 Men's Soiled Dress Shirts. . . , . ..... . .SJ 6 Stretch Slacks (Continental) ........ S5 6 Men's Rayon Acrylic Robes ........... $4 2Q Odd$ ' Ends Pa j amas ....... ...... S1 n Hawaiian Spor} 5 hirfs { sma ||)......99c 49 B et j er Q ua |ity ^eckties .......... . .44c Dacron Polyester-Cotton Dress Shirts. ..3.35 14 Men's Sweat Shirts (Med. she) ...... $1 41 Rayon Plaid Continental Slacks. ..... $5 · HOUSEWARES DEPT. · ][ · WORK CLOTHING · 3 Wall Clocks (BatteryJ ; .$25 Area Rugs ...V.,...$3-S4.S8.Si2.$15.$20 Deluxe Hassocks... $20 .....$3.$5-$10-$15.$25 ..;....$2 tO$15 WhtePlastic Vegetable Bin ....15c 24 Sponges to a Bag. 3 Bags $1 15-Pc. Electric Barber Set...:..- 6.99 "General Electric" Irons 10.44 | · DRAPERY DEPT. · { 500 Yds. 54" Upholstery Fabric....Yd. 1.44 48 Western Cut Denim Jeans 2 for $3 86 Khaki Work Pants, 30-42. :...$2 44 Khaki Work Shirts, 14M7.. 1.75 · SHOE CLEARANCE . I BOYS' DEPARTMENT · ~\ 108 Boys' Colton Panls . v ... .$2 10 Wool Flannel Suits 02-18).. $20 Boys' Plaid Sport Coats........ .$10 to $12 Boys' Assf. Dress Slacks .$4 I DAY SALI ONU--SATUIOAY. MARCH Iflrt TRADE-IN BARGAINS USED ORGANS SPIXET Ollfi.i-\S 70 Women's Better Casuals........... .$3 50 Medium Heel Dress Pumps......... .$5 20 Assorted Misses' Styles. $2 150 Women's Thong Sandals $1 190 Women's Scuff Slippers 77c 56 Men's Better Quality Shoes. $6 j · WOMEN'S ACCESSORIES ·""] 50 Fashion.Handbags ...1.99* 200 White Cotton Gloves.. 1 ... ..;.$! 100 Wallets Coin Purses.......2 for $1* 100 Giant Easter Bunnies............ 2.99 200 Women's Lounging Slippers..' 77c 100 Pieces Notions Clearance ........77c 76 Nylon Half Slips..... 1.66 26 Women's Challis Gowns .1.99. 12 Cotton Flannel Gowns ...$1: 24 3-Pc. Cotton Plisse Pajamas (34)... .$2': 22 Nylon Baby Doll Pajamas.....;.... 1.99 | 10 Nylon Tailored Pajamas (size 34)... .$3 22 Nylon Petti Pants/.,.........2 for $3.30 Women's Half Slips., 1.66 Cotton Batiste Waltz Gowns;.... -- ;;i.99: Assorted Briefs .3for$1 Women's Nylon Full Slips............ 1.88 24 Nylon Tricot Half Slips...,....;.-.. .2.99.. · I - * · r- I-- . · GIRLS'DEPARTMEJJT · | 7 Girls' Nylon Hooded Jackets (size 5). .2.88 50 Girls'Better Dresses (3-6x). 1.88 32 Special Dress Buy, 12 14 .2.88 19 Girls'Ankle Pant Sets ...1.99-3.88 20 Girls' Quality Dresses,M4....2.88-5.88 27 Orion Acrylic Sweaters, i.:. .1.88 to 2.88 43 One-piece Playsuits .88c 32 Cotton Flannel Pajamas.......44c-1.^4 DEPARTMENT · 31 Quality Diaper Bags .........2.88-3.33 2 Infants'Strollers ......:.....$14 2 Early American High Chairs...... --$11 "Pedi-Bare" Bootees ...............2.44; Infants' Clearance Table..........5c to $5" Infants' Cotton Training Pants 4 for |l · Toddler Girls'1-Pc. Playsuit " 57 Cotton Crawlabouts...;........ ·na Ftd. T» Boys' 12 Cotton Cord Pants (14-16)...v.. ·54 Button-Down Collar Shirts...,.: 36 Boys'Boxer Jeans...... 2 Boys' Cottonll Nylon Socks 36 Boys' Corduroy Jeans Boys' Straw Hats'.. ...66c ..2.88 ,.-;:$! for $1 ...39c ..1.66 ..-..SI | ' FOUND ATION DEPT. 9: ' 8CotfonTorsolettes....V 15 Power Net,Girdles/^.:...... 20 "lycra" Pantyjirdle..:.; 25 "Lycra" GIrdlesv..*..;....,.. 40 Soiled and Discontinued Styles.., ..1.99 ..2.99 ,..2.99 .99cup · WOMEN'S SPORTSWEAR ·· ) 60 Assorted Bulky Sweaters., .2.88 r Bulky Flat Knit Sweaters, 5.88 : Ankle Pant Sets (8 to 18) .5.88 6 Jacquard Sweaters. 5.88 40 Assorted Cotton Blouses.......3 for $5: Madras Plaid Knit Blouses 2 for $5 : · t LUGGAGE CLEAN-UP · · CANDY CLEARANCE · I READT.TO.WEAR J California Fruit Slices. 9 Assorted Wool long Coats....;..... .$15 8 Nylon Quilted Dusters.....;...... .1.99 10 Weekenders Tralncases 12 Metal Foot lockers...^..v..;.;7.88 1 » Pistachio Nuts lb. 88c' Jelly Cream Party Mix..... .Mb. Bag 15c 1500 PAW SEAMLESS NnON HOSE Tralr ^ni raUn m IrH.r x »««- A»'fir»l *»·»»!. T»t n. Vn»1K f« I!.-" .."-·:- STtiiT rLMi-- rtmrri ootnrrow* l«rjt 1200 PIECES -----ASSORTED BETTER JEWELRY * -~ * ·*-' ^ · * ' ' f » I * »». «orrl«9». ntcl'xcil fi tf t«iV hi l«l ««ftct!»«. ·" STKIT noet-rtwrrs vtmttem MEN'S - - COTTON KNITPOIO TnriTx k« *· ···' t««c. lai) ftlt ilirH. F 5 ^ SHOP^AT PENNEY'S DOWNTOWN EVERY NIGHT 'TIL 9 EXCEPT SATURDAYS

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