Independent from Long Beach, California on March 30, 1962 · Page 22
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'Pagt S-4--INDEPENDENT IUU. C»ll flUtr. Utr. U. IHI EASTER SPECIAL! 11X14 SATIN TONE PORTRAIT Oiler tip net APRIL 13. '62 · PROOFS SHOWN IN 30 MINUTES · NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY · OPEN SUNDAY AND EVERYDAY 10 A.M.-6 P.M. the World's Lfirgtst Baby Portrait Studies! ° U a 405 LONG BEACH BLVD. ,,*,, 101 N. MAIN ST. (Cor. 1st) UK'S DUK TO KISU ,10 AliLES XJ5 ? s Pilot Thrills Scouts With Talk on Rocket Ship Dy ROBERT HEARD The X-15 pilot who to- ilny. if everything goes ripht, will penetrate the fringes of outer space, fascinated 133 Eagle Scouts Thursday night at the Petroleum Club, .1636 Linden Ave., when he talked to them about the sleek black rocket-plane. Neil Armstrong, 31, of Juniper Hills, Calif., one of the five X15 pilots, was the main speaker at the eighth Annual Kaple Scout Recognition Dinner, sponsored by the 100 Club. Karlicr Thursday, he and the Xlo were less than one minute away from a flight that was to take them over 50 miles above the earth when the attempt was "scrubbed" because of a malfunction in the craft's incrti.il guidance system. * · · * IP WEATHER, man and machine check out today, Armstrong again will try for the airplane altitude record. He has flown the ship four times, once at 3.71. r miles an hour. Armstrong outlined for (lip stout* and the 142 men who escorted them the objectives of the National Aeronautics and Space Ad ministration's X15program. 1. To learn control technique? for flying airplanes at or above hypersonic speeds (mach five -- five times the ipeed of sound).' 2. To study the effects on airplane structures of the tremendous heat gen- crated at high speeds. .3. To learn operational techniques for the recovery of space vehicles. This research already has paid off for NASA's Project Mercury suborbital and orbital flights by three astronauts. An Eagle Scout when he was a boy. Armstrong gave the boys some advice on s e l e c t i n g their careers. They should have a genuine interest ir, the field they ! are considering, and they I should be sure the work is beneficial to the community, he said. Armstrong has been accepted for NASA's pilot- consultant group in the Dyna-Soar program. Target date for testing the Dyna-Soar i 1P65. and Armstrong may be selected In he one of its pilots. PLASTIC ARTIFICIAL; . EYES Ut M- MtflfpUi All'Pkitit Eytl t«« b» m«tc*ld I* tJtltly fa wtartr'i ty«i t h a t H h · In t i t IwptiitbU f t 4 f t t « t thtn. Rt*fftabU effort. U«. uiuol Pit*ility. Eip*fl COniuttoi t^et baud 0n 32 v*an' ttc* it yftwfi wlthfut DR. J.M.SOSS, Opfomofr/sf HE 5-6219 · Terms · « 37 PINE AVE. Free Parking THE QUALITY BUY IN COLOR T V ! DON HUNTER l$irt;«n f^«'f-itf ;-J t N;.I» , C ARE STORY ED WAGNER GEO. VERMILLION V.i-iM.c-'i HAROLD PAIGE "PAT" HORGAN He.,,, ft.,-.,, n:) Of, A.. "Pal" TENKHOFF t 1..,;., f....., r iggt. *·*« «·-.-, i. - NEIL ARMSTRONG XI5 Pilot T*f rMn-.it, MM (n'.n. rnlurin) 7.tti(k i Commend RtmoH Ccn'.rcl Tvninj JOHN BELL l.:. i r..-.t, Pharmacies CLARENCE WAGNER Wij-.r P^ir-itr St»«^ I Itit'i STAN NICKLE HARRY BROWN V,.-:il. r -, I.,.'I Dr., No. 1 CV.-rj t A-.', -i GORDON ALLRED "BILL" PASCHALL FiuMI i Df»?-"'l H.ll .-d AH.'Ct NO PRINTED CIRCUITS- NO PRODUCTION SHORTCUTS! Only '/.nith Color TV has Zrnith'n rt- elusive llamlcraftfd Chassis, with f vory connection hand wirrd and hand «ol- drrcdJAr.dtomakeab- folutely certain of ur.- paralleled depcndahil- ity-rvcry Zenith is civrn a continuous Ct- hour performance test! TUNE COLOR TV FROM YOUR EASY CHAIRI Kxclutive Xenith Space Command 1 Ktmote Control tuninj ha* r.o eords, no wires, no bit- .· . trrits. Yet this tiny hand-held unit lets you turn picture and »our.d enrnpl*toly on or nM, ehant* channels, sdjust volume, mute sound--without moving from your easy chair! You have to see it, try it, to believe itl THOUSANDS OF I N D E P E N D E N T SERVICEMEN KNOW THE GREATER DEPENDABILITY OF ZENITH'S HANDCRAFTED CHASSISI Over 10,000 fm-icrmfn ean trll you why Zenith'* Handcraftrd Chauii ii to drpendahlr. They Imnir thfre are no printed circuits in a Zenith--they Inow 1 Zrnith h.is t.iKon ro production shortcutj. That's why rrrvicemrn everywhere f-nthusia.otieally acrlaim Zenith Handcrafted Color T\ as the worid a mo!«t iliftnila!'r Color TV! 4 f*··»:*-II-JTH too CCP SEE ZENITH COLOR TV AT THESE ZENITH QUALITY DEALERS! LAKEWOOD Bergman TV 4150 Vilmg Way LOMITA Glenn Radio 2126 Pacific Coat* H*y. LONG BEACH BegMefi Furniture 1372 W. Wilio. Dooley'i Hardwar* Mart 507S Long Beach Blvd. Hill'i Appliance 5650 Atlantic Ave. I»i«ni4l( Radio 1532 L Broadway Kinj't TV 904 E. Ananein S«. RcliabU Radio 202 E. 4th SI. TORRANCE TV Studio 2223 Tcrranci EW. SAN PEDRO FrarV i Chrii' TV COO S. Pacific

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