Independent from Long Beach, California on April 2, 1963 · Page 5
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Long Beach, California
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Tuesday, April 2, 1963
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royal reception given ·ting Saving Va' mote peace actions, government said today. They said the jnimm was shot down -JUST A PREGXAXT IDEA ·:_;. Wally Gc'rdes (left) was taken aback when 14 of his employes in the installation section at Western Electric Co.'s Montebello, Calif., r ;. plant showed up in well-fffled maternity smocks. But Jt was just the girls' pregnant (pillows) idea of an April Fool's Day joke. Five · -^ of the girls are single. _ . . . Miglity Tin Can Crusade L.A. Vote Today appearances Monday night, jboeds and school board elec There are other issues be-'tioas. fore the voters Tuesday-- But it looks as if no on harbor oil leases, airport'can see then for the tin cans. INDEPENDENT--Pi;» A-5 Leftist Minister Assassinated VIENTIANE. Laos, Tuesday;unknown assassins while en- divided country. [V-Foreiga Minister Quir Loitering his home in downtown h o l s e n a was assassina»»«l Vientiane at ?:15 pun. londay night after attending] His wife, at his side, was Quinim joined government Ust ^£ coalition Jane as a by.reported ·ta wounded ia ' both; nemb * r of Premiw SoOTinn;1 _ _ _ . '·*! · ·· . Itian factions to patch up thfirlversUI figure ia Laotian poll- left-leaning differences tad strive to re- ti " " - - J,..._ ...'...*-_vt:..i. --.»»_» ;._. at.;.. ^* _·«'»_ by.establish peace ia this tics by later following the left still; leaning course. /. BY POPULAR DEMAND! Vic Tanny Extends Compact Course one more week! *nioiisanls cf busy fcMltt-eaisdous people mallei Li Vic Jinny's special streamlinej ptyal fitness coarse last month. II you were too busy then, ionl miss this «coni chance |j told it m... b*e it efl or make it fina jt I special low introductory price. Come in! lesk letter ... it el t etter... tad Im fan doing ft! THE WfW, IMPROYtO Vic fanny IN CAUfORNIA * KUUUSHfD 193S HEALTH CENTERS .AMERICA'S "ONLY. NATION-WIDE. HEAITH CENTERS W1--Offi-jnine of the 15 council seats.;from other rubbish. It also ; iFiffht ire incumbents and' ; LOS ANGELES cully it's the biennial munici-j tj :l i *« incumoents ana'wants housewives to wash pal primary Tuesday but it'"^ Sam Yort y wants ***** the cans so the salvage corn- wiU be forever known as the! ^ ^^ ^ dty ^^pany which buys them Tsa Can Election, [fjgtt over everything -- but bypass acts. '* An estimated 45 percent of "the Los Angeles' 1.002.2S5 registered voters will vote for mostly tin cans. The council favors the old system of segregating tins ? Russ Power Struggle 'Hinted by Italy Press :·* By PIERO DE GARZAROLLI ' ROJIE Cfl--A Moscow dispatch to an Italian Com- mvnist newspaper aroused lively speculation Monday that Premier Khrushchev and the Soviet leadership are involved in serious internal trouble. 1" The dispatch from Moscow to the newspaper l/Unita, said the Soviet capital is newspaepr did not mention Khrushcev by name, but spoke -of "grave problems" 'living in a delicate political'and economic failures. moment" The Communist Police Steno Shot; Chiefs Wife Held · KEXOSHA, Wis. tfl -- A stenographer in the Kenosha police department was shot to death 'Monday afternoon, shortly after leaving the ·Steps were taken to over- tln S prettier than the eight come these faOures, including, cou ? al incumbents. He's not measures which concern the structure of the government," The mayor wants unsegre- gated garbage. Once the tin can war go1 so hot that the mayor urged all housewives to junk the segregated pickup. The council reacted by voting to enforce the misdemeanor penalties of their action; it. a fine or imprisonment for revolutionary housewives. When the phones stopped ringing, the council decided not to enforce the law. Political observers wonder if a housewives' revolt isn't in the making. If it happens. Yorty is sit up for reelection. But he's acting as if he police station. The Milwaukee Sentinel said that Mrs. Stanley Haukedahl, the wife of the Kenosha c «ba. Communist China and police chief, was being questioned by police. TWO ITALIAN news agen- ies, both reflecting Christian i Democratic opinion, reported Khrushchev under mounting fire for his policies regarding agriculture. R o m a n Information . Police Capt Arthur Riley Agency (ARp. a small news said that Mrs. HankedahTi service specializing in politi- purse contained a 357 Mag- «' reports, quoted Com- mnn revolver, believed to be- raunist circles as s a y i n g the dispatch said. "Yet it is were. He scheduled television difficult to say that these === measures win be enough. The discussion is still open . . . the whole Soviet economic world is interested." Insurance Persons ages 1 to 60 yean era now eligible to register under a plan cf buriil insurance. Costs oiJy a feWcenis a day. In time of need, regardless of how little has been p» M . the plan Pays th* fa*-** arrv^mt 43 specified. For example, $300 was paid recently on a funeral bin when onry $4-53 had been ^ (juhUAtj*. ^.4*v*^.« a« a » j · u j£ - j long to the chief. [Khrushchev recently had been' paK ^ J . , . Killed by two shots in the put in a minority at the *«ued *r an admitted - - - , - ll stomach was Mrs. DorothyjKremlin by a group of op- Bitautis, 46, a widow who ponents headed by Mikhail had been a clerk-stenographerJSuslov, member cf the Presi- in the police department for drum of the Soviet Ccra- siz years. ( munist .Party Central Corn- Mrs. Bitautis drove her car mittee. AR1 said Communist inv a parking place near the|circles felt Khrushchev might police station, then slumped soon be ousted. over the wheeL Italia, the other agency car- reserve insurer. Good at any funeral director in the World. Other plans also available. For free TMf.v-!vnHnn mail coupon today. j jiofmi'i'i'fiiii'wtTBur : fJJ. Bex 1130, long Etachl.CoH. * * * * lO'ir'g the reports, said that MRS HAUKEOAHL, ac- Italian Communist deputies': * cording to early police re- were spreading the word that ! = ports, hailed a passing police K h r u s h c h e v was facing :" car not far from the scene mounting opposition and Jos:: o of the shooting and told the'ing supporter! daily. officers, "I need help." |_ · -The Sentinel said it had ·PUatt fxrxul frtt ixftrvuitin it learned that Mrs. Haukedahl and Mrs. Bitautis had left the police department together in the early afternoon. · Haukedahl could not be reached, and a police aide said his whereabouts was not known. The couple's son, Robert. 29, a former school teacher, was sentenced at Madison. WU, two weeks ago to a year in 'the Dane County jail on theft charges. He was convicted of taking some $£500 ·worth of photo and movie equipment from b u s i n e s s places. Tense Nerves Block Bowels Vocr cokn tu oervtj Cut ceetrol r^olrkj. wca yoa «rc test at nar- cay t« cd-- tat m became coctti- fttei. Krw Caucus nbte» rrEnt Oil ober wki a er» prindjle-* Bniqae CffiftPTC m^Tt yii""^«g« phis fTcoal hAmf utxn Kttmmraicl {7 maj tocson. HooM Coo-iita pdS jour coto but u »«*-- jnaly TttCnt yi^^fT'juym | OILIllH iCi lOB fell (reitl Get cli«Icil!j-pro»r4 y. lantacuxi da Ot Why Take a Chance! Wi SfiefiHit li ATI Tflls if Prtdslit Hit Tits Flat Top Barber Shop 432-905F · MEHIEI ItTTH IUSIKKS IMS WIST mine COAST enr. I ilatis Wm it U i. tmmti PENNEYS ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY # it if * * TOTS' EASTER D AC RON* NYLON, COTTON DRESS BUYS! 2-WAY PINAFORES B ptncfjrw 1H-2-X4 Fabulous savings! 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