Independent from Long Beach, California on April 1, 1963 · Page 5
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 5

Long Beach, California
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Monday, April 1, 1963
Page 5
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Newspaper Strike at EiidinN.Y. (Continued from Page A-l) in New York instead of in Philadelphia or New Jersey." The reference was to the out-of-tou-n papers that had been imported into New York during' the newspaper shut- dotnu Said a midtown news dealer: · "They're eating them up. I couldn't fee! any better because I have been closed three months. 1 waited for this for a long time." THE DAILY News--largest circulation newspaper in the country, with more than 2 million daily prestrike readers--showed up oa newsstands minutes later. Its 64-page edition carried a front-page headline reading: -Well, Hello There." A huge front-page banner told New Yorkers: .-We Have N E W S For You." A picture of Mi-or Robert Wagner looking at the first page proof of the News shared front-page billing. THE 40-PAGE edition ofj the Mirror announced en its front page: | -New York's Alive AgainT A second front-page headline quipped: "We Said, -Well J""""^' --Jkswdlird Pro* NEW YORK'S MAYOR Robert F. Wagner pulls up early page one proof of the Daily News to herald the end Sunday of 114 days of newspaper blackout. Exile Curl) Backed by Britisli (Continued from Page A-l) straints on Cuban exile activities on VS. territory. Senate Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield, Mont, said it is "imperative under the circumstances that some action taken to stop the hit-and- run raids."* He. like others. s}-mpithized with the rcfu- »ses' desire to free their homeland, but said "they must realize they can't take the law into their own hands." The State and Justice departments anaouced steps Saturday to insure that exile attacks on Cuba do not originate on VS. territory, including Puerto Rica The agencies stressed that recent raids protested by the Soviet Union and Cuba "have not in fact been launched from the territory of the United States." But they said the United States could not tolerate violations of VS. laws "which might provoke armed reprisals, the brunt of which would be borne by the armed sen-ices of the Unijt-j States." Itteft, Cltif, MM-. A»r« t IN] INCEP£NPENT-f«g« A-5 J i FOR SMART GOOD LOOKS AND EXTRA WEAR U.S. Race Suit Ires Dixie After REPUBLICAN Senate Leader Everett M. Dirksen. III.. : agreed that the raids "could , have no good effect except to r u i GREENWOOD, Miss. (UPI), City Attorney Hardy Lott pointed out that while au-jstir up a lot of trouble." i. Here We Are ^--Mississippi authorities said termed the suit an "unwar-' 1110 " 1 '" k"* prevented large: He indicated, however, that - - racial violence could* . . :,,..-/.,,..,. ,,-;,., .v.'groups of Negroes from'he felt this country still faced . -,. , ..c^, ..cra a Justice D e p a r t - i r a r ' t e d , J e wnn "*'gathering in d o w n t o w n the dilemma of finding a the page was in the form ofi ment j^^t 3^^ at pre . police power of the city and Greenwood ^ ^^ m^ 1 proper channel for the exiles' a matchbook and announced: venti interference with a M irresponsible action by the^ lt tempts to prevent Ne-!desire to free Cuba. "One fact Please open cover afterstrik- N { r e g i s t r a t i o n Justice Department.- Igroes fron , uking TOtcr ex . jt hat has not been mentioned ing--were matchless." 6 ·-- - - - - i. -- - . . . . . THE MIRROR, with more than 886,000 daily readers, has the nation's s e c o n d largest circulation. -If the police power of the aminations. city, drive. The suit was filed in VS. District Court Saturday dur-j ing a tense week of racial activity here. Policemen broke.^PE* 11 *' he warned. is this show of spirit and de county and state is sus-] 5^ junjj Eastland, 0-|termination of the Cuban pco- then we cannot be ju ss charged in Washington P Ie '"^h l»»s «t been di- ·'- '-- anything that^ tj. e justice Department .minted," Dirksen said. Sen. Barry Goldvrater, Rhad some reservations is -fishing in troubled wa . ' The o t h e r two morning up several groups of Negroes At Jackson, State Rep. Sut-jters" simply for political pur-, papers, the full-sized Times'marching to and from the ten Marks issued a statement! poses. |about the VS. action. He said and Herald Tribune, normally*court house for registration charging the federal govern-j M ean whUe Negro leaders publish several hours after and eight Negroes were »r-'ment is "krowingly and delib- here wid ^j, cam ; ^ the tabloids and were sched-|rested and convicted of dis-'erately laying the ground-: proce ed. Rev ' ~ ' uled on the stands Sunday night The newspaper shutdown turbing the peace. jwork for what could be other Oxford." Marks ·; field Christian of Leader- agree to a formula accepted ferred to lhe University of | shl - Conference, said rnore,.._ t - ·w ,..=,,=. Int egrat«n n o t . t r e ^ I t r i t i o n clissts and ocrat.c cost the cityjs economy an iby ^ 9r ooo.member printers'» estimated $2oO million and,U^ ^^ seveD otht r erjftlin which two persons were -^^ meet ings' , idled more than uni ons prolonged the shut-i knled - 'held this week. Bevel said he newspaper employes. dovra by Iour a^. | Success of the suit, said did not know whether Ne- One newspaper, the Post, re- ^^^ new$ ^ - u Mtt , e .iMarks, would make "Green-'groes would attempt to sumed publicatwn earlier this | ment wjj ln nou-nced. the wood .officials powerless to; the Courthouse in month, returning some 2,000 M;mr ^^^ ^ ^^ re .| lct MliMt Negroes even g^ps. sounding 21-gun salute which when acts ot TMwe or, ·" destruction are in-| WHAT AN EASY way to 'territory" i tw-***9 I ' " refugees "want to take country back. We've them encouragement, ·w it appears we are S of f ." The Assistant Senate Dem- Leader. Hubert H. Minn, said the p o l i c y TM ' employes to their jobs. · * * * *, *, THE AFL-CIO Photoengrav- cracked the air over Palisades property's Union Local No. 1 has'Amusement Park on the Newi volved -'* any VS. interference with operations outside U-S. ers only 0?0 members on the ! Jersey side of the papers, but its reluctance to'River. Hudson Evans, Marks I wood Mayor C and jfind the better job you want. I Green- Read the "Help Wanted" ads' E. Sampson daily in the Classified section. TT WOULD be stretching the point pretty much," Hum- McDonalds . phrey 'States said, tried if the United to stop raids % launched from Caribbean is| lands not under VS. jurisdiction. . I Humphrey said the Rus-1 3t sians could leave Cuba if they I 1 didn't like the raids. I ALL-WOOL SHARKSKIN TWO-TROUSER SUITS $ 65.00 Here's the answer for long service and smart good lools ... 2-ply sharhtin! Woven of pure wool, this material holds its good looh leason after season. These suits are faltered fo Bradbury specifications with special care at a! points of strain -- Regs., Longs, Shorts in a big selection of bfues, greys, deep-tone browns. Long Beach and Lalewood Center... DRESS UP FOR EASTER SUNDAY, APRIL M. NO MONEY DOWN--and you may arrange your own credit terms NEW F I S H « S A N D W I C H .INVrtlNGLY YOURS "M'M'MM GOOD" -- you're sure fo sav i when you bite into a McDonald's Rifi Sand- 1 wich -- an adventure in good eating. Here i it is -- choree deep sea "fresh-catch" . . . I seasoned, breaded and simmered fo a go?den [ brown on the outiide and moist, flafcy white j inside. Served hot on bun with tempting tartar sauce, it's fish as you File it -- good as can bel loo* for the ' golden arches! McDonald's 4315 E, ANAHEIM -LONG BEACH FISH SANDWICH Prcicr.l iK't coupon eny iimt tti't wcit. H i gsoJ for a McOonalJ*! Fill) SsnJwTcli. Just csr way to acqusTnt yea with !he taiKest fltK in lown! ood 0} fM» fsc'stion onfy. 4315 E. ANAHEIM ST. GOOD APRIL 1st fhru APRIL Tih Id-it C«Bpo« f»r Fc.r-r) X all ihe enchantment of Easter 5^^; is in our "young world of fashion" ^ long beach and huntington park *# ., a. easy-care Arre!* sharlsl'rc wr.ife with ravy trim, per- marentfy p!esfed sl'rt. ad- justab'e S-,ugg'er wa'stbar.d, s'oeve'ess na^v rayon ^p'L 11.99 whlfe rarer hat . . . 2.99 b. \r. teen,'8 2-pc. dress. Arre! s sFarl- slcn in aqua or p'rl, 12.99 swing ha-.d'e bag... 1.29 c. pink rosebt.'d? en crisp wnita cotton/ny!cn b'er.d turns Htt'e cV.ubb'es into dresdcn dais. 11.99 , ChubbeHe 8'/ 2 to l4'/ 2 H.99 pacific at lit, long beach and huntingtcn parV, open mort. and fri. 't3 9 pjn, lalewood center, men., thurt., frL 12:30 fo 9:30 pjn.

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