Independent from Long Beach, California on April 2, 1963 · Page 20
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 20

Long Beach, California
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Tuesday, April 2, 1963
Page 20
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P«9* B-12-- INDEPENDENT ·""*· Ct "- Trl - u Rolling Hills Woman Nears First Place in Economy Run - By ART STEPIIAN · | t r-1 fetto E£tv CHEYENNE, Wya--Red- Mired Judy Thompson of Rolling Hills, naming her Pontiac Tempest in second place in her division in the Mobil Economy Run Monday was closing down on the first place Rambler American and overall run leader. Driving over the highest peak on the run. 9,010 feet at Medicine Bow National Park, and fighting snow fluries, and stormy winds she turned in an average 27.57 miles a gallon. .85 miles per gallon better than Sunday, and only 1.77 MPG behind the Rambler. Mrs. Thompson is in the large-engine compact class. In spite of tougher driving conditions Monday, the entire field turned in better mileage, setting a three-day average of 2118 MPG. Men drivers were still lagging behind the women on averages. by 2.2S MPG. Drivers were showing little signs of strain w h e n they pulled into Cheyenne after completing the third day, a ·454-mile Up fron Salt Lake City. Time on this stretch of the 2500-mile course to Detroit, was II-hours. 17-minutes. with an average speed of 42.87 MPH. Still holding third places in their respective classes were Jim VVasson, 3902 Fair' man St, Lakewood, driving a Pontiac Catalina. 19.68 MPG; Roy Swanson, 3941 Fairman St, . Lakswood, pushing his Chevrolet Biscayne to 22.68 THE RIGHT SPOT to have cash buyers spot your offer; U the Classified section. Dial HE 2-5959 today to get your ad in this busy market place. MPG, and Mary FaulXneivAngeles behind them, the 361235 Jacksoa St; pushing her! car pack this morning will Mercury Cornet custom to start the second half of the] 2639 MPG. 'course making a 501 m i l e ] With 1,335 miles from Los downhill run to Omaha, Senior Citizens Lne ta ton* Beach's foot rot State Board, Raffcrty Split Over Letters L P-T Sacrtmem* lurtM SACRAMENTO -- Dr. Max Rafferty Monday disclaimed responsibility for any letters^ the State Board of Education writes under his name. : Education in depth, a news' letter published in behalf of State Superintendent of Public Instruction Dr. Rafferty, declared: "Dr. Rafferty would like it clearly understood that while te is legally obligated as board secretary to sign all board letters, he is not necessarily author of the sentiments expressed in such correspondence." * · * · IT WAS the latest chapter in the differences between Rafferty and the board over who has the power to set policy. Education in Depth asserted "there has been a misunderstanding" of t h e letters. Rafferty*s newsletter also revealed new state policies to: 1. Drop a bas agains multi-story school buildings, suspending a requiremen that districts planning ti build two and three-storj structures be held to a: acreage formula. 2. Maintain an impartial attitude when advising county redistricting committees on problems of unification. , 3. Prepare a new economics program for high school classes. I'uililin" IVrmils Tins VMT, S2L437JS*. O. H. Soenctr, sign, WSi . _. l"T»; Federal Sign i-qn* Car*^. con- V«l*" Rcmon, Bafio. 4C3 Fncwi, S750 H. Bovtf Johnson. acKftian, J9Sl'Bi»«, 17900, Acm* CoiTsTnjcTjo« Ci . C0"trac.tot. T. R. F*ST- Mraoc. 30O Artylon, Or, Witti*m RKf^fw^ ,. _ _ , 265 *e*nOD, S2JOO; Thermotfvnt, contractor. r HY*rsh*n A. Vl'ttv. cerrrractor. Kvnne^i C, "-'^i ·** n o*v -" Ot- Charlei *. 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