Independent from Long Beach, California on March 30, 1962 · Page 16
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P«g« A-lfr-INDEPENDENT lock. »«,, Pt1«r. Uw. H mi Data from ' (/.5. VVMrHIK tUMAU FORECAST For Daylirr.i Fride/ figum Show Wjh Temptrat-jref Eietclld SCATTER!-:!) SHOWKKS arc forecast today from eastern Gulf through Appalachians into New England and central Lakes and in extreme southern plains. Scattered showers or snow flurries arc expected in upper Mississippi Valley and northeastern California. Cooler temperatures arc likely from Appalachians westward through Great takes and Ohio and Mississippi valleys into southern plains. Wilton OctJn-view room* at surprilirgi/ low pricti ·Speciil room ritct to servicemen. PtUS Dming-dincirg nightly (no cover, no minimum) ticellent food -- Soil muiic Superb view in the slY ROOM and for the finest in creative Ja«- the CELLAR CLUB 210 C. Ocean Blvd. ME 7-2201 Kennedy Plans Office ol Science, Technology COMPLKrEWMTllMK 5 J Gen. Carter OKd /or CIA . tvt nmtii tfht ·Ifrfwol ·t«« Art«t: S«T« ho*i Utf. r-*fl and W« cMwds xxt'it n w**» mllM"r»' M ,,.,«, ,,,,, ,*. ^j b ^i .k.. ,,.,,., WASHINGTON Ml -- Maj. ·51'7-lS H ^ en - M 3 ' 1 ^ 3 " Sylvester Car- ./"^"j4v- t5i tcr 52 -y«TMid «««· Am y i ·i»~. l l ' . . « _ · _ . · _ _. * v«ncvt an4 7} It 1} HI Ottthtr* WU4 MX HMtfctr Liphl ¥»M** - J - - toniitra.y* wt»»ertV tl t« n tnofi tn »«tr *V*I B'rfit. but lurmf ·ftfrnoont man won unan i. u j approval of the Senate Armed Services Committee Thursday to be deputy direc- SUN, MOOH AMD TIDIS ; M l^K, ;l iVWj"KS;,.1! l ^Ar-.». fj ;| ,« t '.?v. : »^'.4ri.i"i, 4 « a .r7!-irtri.'"" ·· : """· L «- -" {] THUKIDAYt WCATHCH teflf BtKh 41 · --^ e»«1 Airport M AnM'ei _ J» liifftf.tid . .. HI 44 J'« Stir LUt _ J B'lteD '! »!*· H trre. Fit jn* _ 44 44 P*tm Srrmn «_ ' M 4| - Si 4i T. 4S 41 l«o fr»*Kl»coTMrrjir~ 1 JS 3O " S««* D*rUr« _ _..^ 44 44 £1 Vit»of».i:t __ 44 4J NHwi H trrt tor of the Central Intelligence Agency. His nomination now goes to the Senate for expected quick approval. Carter spent only 13 minutes la an open committee session briefly outlining his varied military career and answering friendly questions. -- 74 79 « 34 .11 II JJ Mlrve»Pol.l it. . __. -- .. " ""V... 55 3? I. ,· ',] U a ; ,... , , _ 7t 44 i 75 4? :? SS 5} : _ 71 41 P _ S, « 81 f' = tl ^ ! ! _ « 44 ;. Lewnt trfne«f»tum In ttif 41 odlt«fi| ttites Thursdiy wii rloFtt «t M XVorlwul, Wvo. H 9rmt trmcwfaturt w«t t; In LArrfte. Tffx. f! [modernizing federal machir.-'Foundation, some of whoso lery for science planning. |duties were transferred to the "Considering the r a p i d ' n c w director, would continue growth and far-reaching scope.to originate plans for !=upport- !of federal activities in science!ing basic research and science | WASHINtiTON (UPI) -- tcrcd planning of nationaljand technology." K e n n e d y education. President Kennedy Thursday scientific policy. |told Congress, "it is impcru-l The new office was given I announced plans to ··r'-atc zn- Till-. NEW office would be (jve that the President havelsomc of the foundation duties office of science and tech- headed by a director, a $22,-!adequate staff support in d e - | b e c a u s c . as the President nology which would coordi- 000 a year, and deputy di-jvcloping policies and cvalu-pointcd out to Congress, thy nate work of various federal rector at $20.500 a year, w i t h j a t i n g programs in order tolfoundation heretofore oper- apcncics in the science field the director being given ccr-'assure that science ard tcch-jated on the same level as rCARPET CITY-, CLEARANCE SALE ALL 4*95 ALL WOOL S9. YD. A 4.95 value INCLUDING PADDING NYLON PILE 9x12 RAYON TWEED PILE RUGS 19' 5 ROOM SIZE Remnants 50% OFF CUT PILE NYLON 395 S9. YD. 1S-YEAR WEAR GUAR. CONT. FIL NYLON PILE 4.95 M. RAYON PILE f° Sp. YD. PHONE COLUCr f OR FREE ESTIMATES CARPET CITY and help the President formu- tain functions now vested late over-nil U.S. ri.-'cntific the National Science Founda- policy. ition. The President submiltcd to' The President would have C o n g r e s s a rcorganizationj"permanent staff resources plan which would create the'capable of advising and as- new office within his txccu-lsisting him on matters of native establishment. Tl'e pl.iiMion.il policy affected by or would become effective auto-ipcrtaining to s c i e n c e and matically unless vetoed byitcchnology." nology are used most cfli- other agencies and thus could ciently in the interests of n.i-!not satisfactorily coordinate tional security and general]federal science policies or | welfare." jcvaluatc other agency pro- THE NATIONAL Science [grams. OS ANGELES AX 5-54*1 1(1 S. WESTERN ntar Sljvtm Avt. ANAHEIM rx 1-7JJO 70» E. CENTEX onfirwir** t| LintfiH Avc. SAN DIEGO CT 7-U3I *IO WEST WASHINGTON Mtnl*fi Hilll Arra WEST COVINA TO 2-1S74 U S. SUNSET iiik. c. ·leitrtunl LONG BEACH HE 7-2717 1170 E. ANAHEIM I \nVKS DAILY !»·». SAT. !-«. SIJX. 12- Congress. Principal purpose of the office would he to pull together the vast ntid sometimes scat- The President's message which accompanied the reorganization plan to Congress spoke of the urgent reed for Satisfaction (iuaranlccd or Your Money Hack VSsit Our NEW Sears ALLSTATE Service Heath AVTOAIOTIVE . CENTER Male SKAIIS L o n g Heath jmir ln-aJ-juartcrj for oil, tires, luttcrm, bralc rclinc, i m i f l l c r s , sut «»crs, minor t u t i e - u p , luhruatit^a and nuny ttthcr *cniiCi! l-RTI; Safitv ( I m L : MONIiY IX)\\'N On Scars I!au I'aimcr.t Man OV£K 17« NEW PA1ITS JJSEW VH--1939-11--19I.VM Clmrulrt 0--I9.17-.VH ury VH--l!)f: I'ljiiinutli 0--1U3.V33 (.}IiiiiliT« nrr ]irfci-iun linriil, liotiril Nctv main intallnl No liklilrn r\rhani; rliarcri, tr- r** of cnndl- tl.m .( old Mock! (jn.ilnl pricr rtrn in.iniifjrtiir- Ins Ilr.mtl nriv iii-l(in O|M k II 1 SIiop MonJay, \\VJncsJay, ThursJjy, PriJ.iy, '.):30 A.M. to 9:n P.M. Tuesday to P.M. Itobuilt Auloiiuilit; As !-«·»· At . ALLSTATE rchuilt lutomilic trjnvymsiorn ire sale, ,' tconomJal »nj dcpcnJahlc. I ; x p C f l imtilhiion '-. iviiliblc. ."/.. SEARS Allstate Automotive Center ·.'· . 630 Long Beach Boulevard Wi'vt slashid pricis dfijlicilljf la ndnei our inllr* Inventory. Com In ... slzi up your dill . . . maki us in olftr. E»iry. thing ^itucr ^InniucMcinj "WrinMcs-Away" GAS NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED WE'RE WHEEtlH 1 WE'RE DUiiN' nEIU bUT SAVE DURING HILL'S FRANTIC "FREE-FOR-ALL" SALE cu 3 V.. Double Door 1324 ~cu. ft nrt capacity No detrottine ever In Refrigerator Section) · Spacious 10(Mb.zerozon« Freezer-separate insulated door. Twin fruit and vegetable tlydrators. Store more In storage door. Eggs, butter--even, tall bottles, % gallon milk bottles! Famed Frigidiire Dependability! 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