Independent from Long Beach, California on February 11, 1958 · Page 8
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 8

Long Beach, California
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Tuesday, February 11, 1958
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Pag* A-8--INDEPENDENT i.»i fcrt, wit., ·*».., F*. 11, Bugle Urges Plant .; O · Convert Water H. J; Seymour Named · ',: -' J · · · ' ' . ' - · : · · · Wialker's Store Head* From' Tl« Independent tVn.hlnrtm BuiMll WASHINGTON -- Rep- Clair Engle (D-Calif) Monday .introduced a bill providing for federal-slate construction- of a large scale demonstration plant for -converting sea water into fresh water in Southern Cali- fprnia. , . " Engle said he expects complementary legislation' to be introduced in the California State Legislature. Private and public organizations will be invited to participate in the program, he sail'. ' Costs of the project would be divided equally between state and'-federal governments, Engle PHILLIPS MUK OF MAGNESIA TABLETS Dominican Ad^d-to yisit-San Diega said. He indicated that-while a site has not been determined, the plant will be located in Southern Californfa. · * * * . · · - . THE^INTEEIOR DEPARTMENT now has experimental sea water conversion, plants in operation near San Diego.'This work is being carried on-wider the Saline Water Act of'1952, which also 'was offered in Congress by Engle. "On the basis of research to date,.it appears it will be-some time before' a conversion - program can be made economically practical for agriculture purposes," the congressman" said. "But it. also, appears that in water-short areas,.- salt water conversion will be feasible for municipal' and industrial uses." nilbJ-fx J^J^i-A Society to Hear Story of Copper "The Story of Copper" will be presented at the meeting of the Long Beach Mineral and Gem Society at 8 p:m. Wednesday in Belmont Recreation Center, 4104 Allin St. · Mrs. Harvey Hardman, member of ' the loeal ' society and past vice president of the California Federation of Minerr alogical ' Societies, .will show mineral specimens, artifacts and a Chinese bronze bell believed to be 3,000 years old. The meeting is open to the public. Harold J. Seymour has-been appointed 'Store superintendent of Walker's Department- Store, Walker's President Joseph E Bishop, announced Monday..,. Seymour'^ since 1954.'.has been merchandise /.manager .-of ..the children's division arid 'domestics, fabrics, housewares, china and gifts. He'has been^affiliated '..with Walker's since the store.'s'-inception.i ; ' . - . ' . Seymour, a Long Beach..resident since 1910,. attended Poly High-School'and Long -Beach City College, and is a graduate of the .University of Southern California. - -He' is active^in .the ·Co m m u n i t y . Chest and. the Chamber, of Commerce. Blind Operators' Business Grows WASHINGTON .ar.E--Th ; e government 'reported ·Monday that .blind operators-of vending stands ; dn' the ^"United States Were v dojng a,29 million dollar- a-year 1 business. ' · ··'. · It said these-; men and women increased their gross-sales'-by · seven million the.past three years. Reports indicated ..the : ;trend still'was'.upward. Individual net earines. rose from. $2,193. to.$2,654 a year. Real 'Adm';; Raf?el7,B.rRfch- ardson, chief of nayal-,opera- tions of tte DommicM ,Repub·-' ]ic, -^ visit Navy installations in:the San Diego, area March" H. J. SEYMOUR -New Superintenaent MON'S I * *21U Pacific ' * .HI t-377* 7-lp, ; -according ,;to,-lltfi: : Naval District -headquarters:-" ·'·;· '··'.";. :,:.His."schedule : includes- a..-day ct'servationv'df-/antisubmarine wartare. operations .".off." t-he cbast'; .'· ... '-_·'.' .\. ; ' , ENJOY NATURAL REGULARITY ... Eailjemptirig NUTRO-LIFE Bread Baked-by Ipngeridorf Nature's own "regulators" aid regu- ; larity as gently, as .fresh fruits and vegetables. Enjoy life.%ith' delicious Nutro-Life Bread-^-start today! . TOY NUTROilFE FOR JUST ONt WEEK -YOU'LL BE CONVINCED Plan your trip to Europe now while there is still room for . you in any Cunard sailing (and.ony.ciirc) through -April 30. Cabin Class 'also open on most failings in May and/ after mid-July. Tourist Class after August 1... First Class ; available throughout" the .year. . * ' . t . . Naturally, the 'largest passenger fleet on the. Atlantic headed by the. world'sjargest superliners, Queea Elizabeth and Queen Mary, 'gives' -you' the widest choice of "ships, sailing dates; and 'rates; ' \ Average of 3 sailings weekly from -New York-to Eiiropa --and covered 'landings in Cherbourg, Havre," Southampton, Liverpool... '· . . . . - . . , . : - ... NEW YORK TO 'ALL EUROPE QUEEN, ELIZABETH Mar. 1, Mar. 1?, Apr. 2, Apr. 14 QUEEN MARY 'Apr..9, Apr. 23,- ' May 7, May 21, Junt 4 MEDIA Fib. 28, Mar. 28 SYLVANIA Feb. 21, Mar. 21 IYERNIAFtb,27,Mar.27 PARTHlAMar..U,Apr..11 CARINTH1A Mar. 7Apr.:4 SAXONIAMor. 13,Apr.-10. THRIFT SEASON RATIS TO MAR, 31 : . First Clan from.$240,'Cnbin from $230, Tourijl from $175 "Cunard Line,"606 South Hill ·'Street, Los Angeles KITCHEN BOUQUET DOES IT I ' · So easy! Just follow the recipes in folder you will find in the - Kitchen Bouquet package. ,-...--- ..· . Result: Perfect gravy--rich, brown, deliaous every timt! · Kitchen Bouquet is a magic blend of 13 garden vegetables, 'herbs, spices-used by good cooks and chefs over 80 years.^ ' ' Kitchen Bouquet does so much--costs so little! f4ttt(,\o got lhal wondtrful chareool-broifcd «ff»ct in your kilchon range, brush Kitchwi Bouquet on itooki, broiUrt and fi«h befor« broiling. THEATER TICKETS AWARDED ; LOOK FOR YOUR N A M E ON THE BONAFIDE } BARGAINS PAGE OF THIS NEWSPAPER! Hidden ip the ads under the BONAFIDE BARGAINS heading elsewhere in this newspaper:, are the names o\ 20 winners* of a pair of theater tickets to the movie below. Turn, right now to BONAFIDE BAR- SAINS . and see if'you aren't, among the winners. Winners^ may pick up their tickets .at the Cashier.'s Counter in the main business lobby of The Independ- ient, Press-Telegram. 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