Independent from Long Beach, California on February 11, 1958 · Page 22
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C-^-INDEPENDENT COWUCIUf »AUOHTn lAYIi It's Fabulous... It's Luxurious... It's Glamorous! Yemen Accused of 'Aggression' ADEN . W--Britain Monday accused Yemen of m'ort "direct and open acts of aggression" against British-protected sultanates in western .Aden.' An official communique said "the scale and tempo" of raids -on forts along the .frontier ;haij increased. · ' It added that the new aggres- sion is ''coincident with the return to the Yemen of Crpwn Prince Saif al Badrl" He ihas been in . Cairq- reportedly 'for talks ; on -the.,possibility, of Yemen'.joining' the new union of Egypt arid Syria. - Dale Carnegie Course New Plant Planned DETROIT * -- Federal- Mogul-Bower-Bearings, Inc. of Detroit announced Monday it will build a new $500,000. plant Police Capt. Davis, 3 Lieutenants Upped · -FULLERTON-- Promotion of Charles TD. ' Davis, 33," to ' captain in'. the ·police-department was announced. -He has-been sergeant, in charge ;. of. ! a uniform patrol shift since 1955. In his new duties', he will be in charge of patrol, traffic and |_ :the ppund.:' . Promoted to lieutenant were Smiles - or* good medicine, too! DRUGMflRT 1\*** ATI ANTIC three other sergeants. They fare: Fred M. King, James C. Bay and Donald P.'Brown. PIUCtlPTION IHCIALIITS : · SINCI 1914 THERE OUGHT TO BE A LAW ADRIFT... Many a person, reaching retiremfent age or separated from a 'jpb for other reasons, gets that ' "lost feeling" of be/ng 'cast adrift from all the security of employment. You can relieve yourself , of much of this worry by belonging itfa CPS-Blue Shield , group while still on a job. When you leave your job, you can retain protection against the heavy costs of illness and injury. At. that time, regardless of age, physical condition,or employment status, you may transfer to the Continued Membership Plan by accepting the provisions, rates and benefits of that contract. Now, before you are faced with the need for this protection, askjour nearest CPS office for details about this plan, By FAGALY anfl SHORTEN w«cn!v,4'.WAS THREATENED WITH;A LAW SUIT' BECAUSE HE. WAS ONE PAV BEHlNO DELIVER/..' ·meeti W-MtM TOMORXOrtfoMowVvotrr ' ZHUD. THAT AUTOMATIC£dM VK,\MO',tltit{- T-0-P'A-V! Ml PLANTISX. I'LL HAVE TO DtUVEu' HAVEN'T HAD A CHAMCETO INSTALL.ITSeTf LIT VOU WOW If STAk'P ! ICM'T CPIRATB ·WTHOUT IT · S o SIX MONTHS LAT8R H E D . . . . '.- ,CHECH OhJ HIS VITAL DELlViRV-- ' ·" NEARLY tVERYONI READS The ... Independent Press-Telegram COMICS res, 8 ou* of 70 homes read fAe Independent, Press-Telegram DON'T YOU? BUGS BUNNY PEEK-A-BOO!- VA BETTER'MOVE, OFFICER, I'M GONNA PAINT THIS BILLBOARD! VAKl'VA'LL.HAVET' LOOK PER BUSINESS SOMEWHERE? ELSE I CURLY KAYOE . TAKE ONLY CURLY KAYOE-EE5 THE MOS 1 FINE } IT EASY FELLA EEN THE WORL'... AN' YOU J PEPITO THROW HEEM AWAY TOTAL,! I MISSION ST.. SAN A N D O F F I C E S I N P R I N C I P A L ;.. LOS A N G E L E S C I T I E S T H R O U G H O U T C A L I F O R N I A MAN J ARCHIE "Km o younfl husband. I want to buy a home. That means paying off mortgages. Since Advertising creates ,mor9 demand, production is kept at high level. That means better-and more secure- jobs. So I feel safe buying a home- thanks to Advertising!" PROP IN AND SIGN UP/ v YOU'LL LOVE TH AQUARIUM3 AND MARINE LIFE.' « J PIP HE SAY )ll I ^ ' THE LIBRARY OR THE POST OFFICE* JACKSON TWINS s THINK OF MYSCLF/^.ilW IWPIVIPU/y-. LIKE VOU SAIR..ANP KkSHT NOW I'M A PKETTY HUNfiKV INPIVIPUAL/ Amt«f« l»« Irtttr AnMrlca^-Thmkf to Advertising "lOL/LL'SOON YTWE WHOLE IPEAOF BECOME USEf THIS-TCIP ISTO MAKE TO -THINKING FOKMSUIZSELf:; JANICE/ OWN TWO FEETX MARTHA WAYNE JUSTOJ, AKEVOUKWG SERCTS NaiWASKIDDIHSLDOMaJ JILL, COY3DTHlWK.AlSltf WITH / ABAP HEART; AWTBEEOIAHSED l \ wm EWBCZZLEMCUCAND A BROTHER ON 900 Bt»l IIORTY MEEKLE i . I'M GOING TO BE A TV; COMEMAhJ WHEN I GROW UP I'ALREACV HAVEflOME GREAT oXE5- DOM30KNOW WHAT THE WILD ANIMAL TRAINER SAID WHENTHE TELCPHQNC RANG? . ^T.M.Ifcr IX. OQHttHAN HEUflOC TELEVI«QN RIGHT BACK TO THE COWBOVS

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