Independent from Long Beach, California on March 11, 1966 · Page 20
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 20

Long Beach, California
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Friday, March 11, 1966
Page 20
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OF WAR Wonder-Weapons Told Senators MJ-New perspnnel detectors help combat soldiers ambushes by enemy in Viet Nam jungles rice paddies were de senators Thurs- new device records "sounds such as rustling of i our tests has repcatedly'ules. It consists of two strips detected concealed troops," O f s t ee i nets, 20 by 200 feet. the general said. * + 4 * DICK, CHIEF of army research A COATED nylon irane for airfields to bushes or a click of a 'safety, heard from a gun dis- of numerous new military| actics and equipment- items being used in the Southeast Asia conflict as he urged ap- jroval of more than $1.5 bil mce," Lt Gen. William W. uDkk 1 Jr.,' told the Senate Armed Services and Appropriations committees. normally carried by the lead man in a patrol and ton in the new fiscal year for tre « s or the elevated tempo $' t. laid crosssvise, with an 18- foot central platform. It can be placed by two helicopters. Used with this is a new lowering device which soldiers use to get down to the jungle floor from helicopters, these purposes. Among them were: A new mobile military field lospital, equipped with elec- ;ric lights, X-ray facilities, an inflatable hospital ward and air conditioning,_which can be rary landing pad. transported truck. on a 2'/2-ton ^ Application Withdrawn : .. ' A Costa Mesa dentist, who is facing grand theft charges in" Orange County, has with- .jlrawn an application he . )Jiade · with two otlier men to bMy the gambling concession ijj a lodge and casino in Hawthorne, Nev. '· Dr. Lester A. Becker, 49, of '465 Cambridge Circle, Costa Mesa, made application early ·" last December, with Lamar Wilson ' of Las Vegas and '"' Philip Block of Thousands ; 'Oaks, to buy the gambling : rights of the El Capitan Lodge ^and Casino for $2.3 million. " [·.?».";-. THE Nevada Gaming Con- '·A'.f. 'trol B o a r d a n n o u n c e d '" A folding steel net landing pad forhelicopters which can be dropped on top of trees or jungle growth in eight miiv Quits U.S. Position NEW YORK WP1 -- John L. Perry has resigned as deputy under secretary of commerce to become director o f . development for the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions, it was. announced Thursday. mem cover .he soft, wet runways during rainy seasons or hall severe dust during dry seasons. Lightweight armor (protec ion for both ground troops and crew members of Army aircraft) to protect them from enemy bomb fragments and other hazards. A new electrically operated grenade launcher which can toss as many as 240 of the missiles in a minute for distances up to 1,200 meters. It was described as "the most effective helicopter weapon system in use today." A new lightweight meal kit weighing only 10 ounces, for long patrols. The soldier heats a canteen cup of water, pours it in the packet and after a few minutes has a hot meal L.A. Port Operation Investigation Voted M.r. ii, n« INDEPENDEN T-Pag. The Los Angeles Cily Council Thursday ordered a full investigation of Los Angeles Harbor Department operations. Councilmen, without debate, unanimously passed a recom mendation by Councilman John S. Gibson Jr. instructing the city administrative officer to study "the organizations, operations, leases, public reta- ions and promotional aclivi- ies and expenditures" of the torbor Department. The study was called for ifter controversy arose over recent trips, paid for by the Los Angeles Harbor Department, of Mayor Samuel W. Yorty and others to Japan and Southeast Asia, and of Councilman Paul Lamport to Hawaii. Named to Board WASHINGTON (/PI -- Syndicated c o l u m n i s t Doris Flceson and New York attorney John J. B. Shea were appointed Thursday by Presi dent Johnson to the board o: trustees of the Eleanor Roose velte Memorial Foundation. HEARTBURN? Jit frtit kfj mffititt if tin tilth fm« r*t Hodges - Moytiowtr ttrvlct in Loccri M«v* «d Storage -- ' at Hit LOWEST rat** . In town. FULLY ACCREDITED Hodges-Mayflower --A Moving Storage W/, call 435-8936 ! ;,\«.\?115,000 for a 5% interest in ".vjltlie gambling operation, was ',\\^[iamed in a grand jury indict- 1 ',\Viment Dec. 18, 1965, charging 'iV'-'ffi' m an d two other men with 'A.\'Au£ing the name of Frank ^·Jfjinatra in an alleged swindle ·s\\iflvoiving the sale of franchise '- - nonexistent a r c h e r y indictment, which said counts of grand theft, |J J yjj^bnspiracy to commit grand JlVj^heft and two counts of vio- i|j if floating the Corporate Secur- ;!£· r 'ities Act. '\'i' "' BECKER was arraigned on : ; ':' the charges March .1 and » Basked for dismissal nf the X v -Charges. A hearing on the dis- ; Vjmissal will be heard in De- !· ,',,ft'artment 2 of Superior Court r,';^.jn Santa Ana April 8. ·*?'!.V In the application for the '·:·'..,' gambling operation Wilson, : Mwho is in the gaming business '.;. ,';in Las Vegas, had pledged .-:.$1.8 million for an 80% inter; ^est, and Block, an elementary · -.-school teacher, had pledged 1 '$345,000 for a 15% interest. I': \ Gas Chamber * : , ; |i gfor Killer of |i||Wife,Girl,16 £ ?^.K : - ;^r- Frederick ,K. Saterfield, 49, ·5i|ii^ Jvas sentenced Thursday by an ·';£' S 5 Orange County Superior Court ^'^£ jury to die for his second and J-Jj*^ third murders. 3^"*, ?' SaterfielS, of Los Angeles, f ^ K v a s convicted Friday of kill- ij-'SJt' ing his common-law wife, ·*?c-v Patricia, and her daughter, ' v Mary, 16, last Nov. 26, in theii Z f c home at 2222 W. 19th St., Santa Ana. .; Saterfield served six years ^imprisonment for a murder he committed in 1950. '' * * * * '*' HE SAT impassively as the "jury sentenced him to the {death penalty for each of the "^1965 murders. 1 , After the jury was dis-. missed, he stood up, turned! toward .a deputy sheriff and; shrugged his shoulders. j Judge Byron McMillan set| March 18 for formal imposition of the sentence to give Saterfield's attorney time to prepare a petition for appeal. New Religion Center Dedicated at USC J-'^ft LOS' ANGELES (CNS) -- "j't' Dedication ceremonies took {.} place Thursday for USC's '·'t'tiew, $425,000 religious cen-: t-'ter. ·:.*£'. Ministries for five Chris- IvCijan denominations will have 'Spoffices in the 12,000-square- Stfoot center. These include \tVthe Presbyterian, Methodist, ff F,piscopal, Baptist and Lu- j.itheran faiths, to which ap- jj'proximately 5,OM-,of the stu- Ir*(?ents adhere. The center in- "Xrjcludes a chapel for 50 stu- T-Kclents and a student lounge. OPEN SUNDAY 11 TO 5 MONDAY FRIDAY, 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. GREAT STOREWIDE QUALITY FURNITURE and CARPETING THROUGHOUT OUR ENTIRE BLOCK-LONG SHOWROOMS--REPRESENTING THE MOST SELECTIVE HOME FURNISHINGS IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA BY AMERICA'S FAMOUS MAKERS -- ALL REDUCED -- MANY ITEMS AS MUCH AS ONE-HALF THE ORIGINAL PRICE. IF YOU HAVEN'T VISITED CARL'S, YOU'LL BE IN FOR A PLEASANT TREAT. A SELECTION EQUALING FIVE AVERAGE FURNITURE STORES AT GENUINE SAVINGS YOU'LL NOT FIND ELSEWHERE. NEEDLESS TO SAY, CARL'S IS PROUD OF THE FINE REPUTATION EARNED OVER THE PAST 43 YEARS. A REPUTATION OF OFFERING FINE QUALITY HOME FURNISHINGS FAIRLY PRICED--BACKED BY UNSURPASSED CUSTOMER SERVICE. MODERN ITALIAN PROVINCIAL BEDROOM SETS MEDITERRANEAN CONTEMPORARY TRANSITIONAL FRENCH PROVINCIAL originally $304.75 to $2160.00 now priced $199. to $1595. MATTRESS SETS originally $119.00 to $299.00 now priced $59. to $199. DINING GROUPS originally $319.75 to $1470.00 now priced $99. to $995. LAMPS PICTURES originally $24.75 to $349.75 now priced $12. to $129. OCCASIONAL TABLES originally $79.95 to $199.75 now priced $39. to $119. SOFAS SECTIONALS originally $319.75 to $979.50 now priced $199. to $699. SOFA-BEDS STUDIO ENSEMBLES originally $228.75 to $499.75 now priced $159. to $299. CHAIRS RECLINERS originally $119.75 to $279.75 now priced $59. to $169. CARPETING AREA RUGS originally $5.95 to $16.75 Sq. Yd. now priced $3.50 to $12.80Sq.Yd. The above represents comparisons of actual Items from our overwhelming Inventory All are sub/ecf to prior safe -- All sales are final. FREE PARKING AT REAR ENTRANCE SHflrYMOMF 1250 E. PACIFIC COAST HIGHWAY · LONG BEACH · H E 7-7457 CARLPIAN TERMS i 1 /j miles west of rt» Traffic CircU · T/J miles touHt sf SOT Diego Fre«woy's Orwg. Av«. *it · COMPLIMENTARY DECORATOR ASSISTANCE

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