Independent from Long Beach, California on February 21, 1964 · Page 20
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DISTINGUISHED Trio Cited Here for Brotherhood luck, Cdit, Frl. Ftt. K. t*» Viet Cong End Lull, Attack Anew SAIGOX (UPI--Two con-Jkilled »ad 10 wounded in'th* Lunar New Year hoiidiy. panics of Communist Viet.Thursda/j 40-minute pre-j Sources said 11 {Overnmenl ,, . . . . , . . . , . , ,Conz guerrillas surrounded dawn battle. The Viet Cong'soldiers w e r e killed. 35 . DistinguishedI merit citation* for outsUnding efforts^ ltucked Vietnamese self-'csptured 15 weapons «nd'wounded xnd 2 weapons for the cause of brotherhood were presented to two news- L, e f ense ^^ troop , i n 'withdrew when the district'confiscated in tttadu dor- paper publishers »od an educator at the first annual banquet Tpanh j^ diitrirt Thursday 1 chief rushed to the aid oJ the'in- the past three days The of the National Conference of Christians and Jews at the Lafayette Thursday ni " · j v t l ^ «*iu-iav*^j infill. I Herman H. Ridder. publish- the steering committee, deer of The Independent. Press- Telegram; M a u r i c e Harris. publisher of Enterprise Newspapers, and Dr. Carl W.'McIntosh, president of Long Beach State College received in the latest series of er.gage-surrounded troops with rein-main Viet Cong effort ments following a holiday lulL'forcements. pcarcd to be concentrated in American and Vietnamese! The Viet Cong apparently. Kien Hoa and Quang Ngai military spokesmen said four'.stepped up their activities'province, a coastal area 3W scribed the work of NCCI, which is less than two years'government soldiers w e r e following a cease-fire during miles north of Saigon. old here. I Betty ·Amtzen. soprano;: James Boyd. tenor, and Rose' . . . ..- [Bishop, pianist provided mu- the awards, the first present- sic ^\ r * "* , ed by the Long Beach Chapter of NCCJ. The presentation was made by Judge Mix Z. Wisot. Rabbi S i d n e y Guthmas pronounced the benediction. | Doiviicy to Sirens PRINCIPAL speaker was Lome Green, star of the "Eo-j nanza"* television series, who urped the large audience to I First tcst of Downey's five develop the art of under-. 1 ** civil-defense sirens will standing others ' ** lo »- m - t b 28. Installed -If you look only .t the! 41 , 1 cost of «*·«»: the ' surface, you will see only the; ist " warn;ns fnrili "" ' differences in people." he j" said. "If you can identify, with the human core in each;! individual, you can get t o ' understand. And if you can 1 The r - ew ur -i» » r « located understand, you can learn to ll Rio Hondo Country Club: likt. jParamount Boulevard a n d ! "Civilization is a stow proc-i Gll:a ' ;r Road; fiorence Ave-| ess of learning to be kind.- nue n1 Casanes Street; 1m-1 Rev. John Messer. vice P"" 1 Highway and Small-! AEC said only that the test site SO miles from here President of the Lon-: Beach £**! Avenue, and Impcrial ; i . . . . , . .Area Council of Churches, "^"'^ay 3 nj uunroam A\e- NO, HE JUST SAID ·SCOTCH! BROTHERHOOD AWARDS FOR "outstanding service in human relations" were presented Thursday night to Dr. Carl W. Mclntosh (left), president of » Long Beach State College; Maurice Harris (center), publisher of Enterprise J" Newspapers, and Herman H. Ridder, publisher of The Independent, Prcss- *· Telegram. Awards were made at testimonial dinner in Lafayette Hotel. facilitics 'the central fire station on · Al ':Strcet. Avenue at Phlox DID HE ASK FOR MARTIN'S 8 YEAR OLD? j,- Underground A-Blusl Scl Off at Nevada She t't f', LAS VLGAS. Nev. (UP1)--noticed in this gambling city, the explosion at the Nevada ·*,The Atomic Energy Coramis-, ^'lion conducted a low yield lest vv»s one of a series to'was the third underground' *f-- * i i i ^·vr.dcrground explosion as part develop devices fur use in nuclear detonation anrvounccd « . . . i j j j j f Cl [ t ^ f citv's cost o f ' tiof project plowsrare to i1e-|possible later excavation ex-'this year. The Wast was any-i HARRY BtTFUM. general the facilities wilt be refunded !C'tvIop peaceful u^e of nuclear pcrimtnts. [where from 2 to 200 kilo-'chairman of the NCCJ. pfe- by the federal fovernmrnt on' -power, but the shot went un-l Of low-intermediate yield." tons. 'sided. George McLean, of the matching basis. i Now 8 years old--at no extra costl Martin's 8 the light-mellow Scotch Milder whiskies make it tight, longer aging makes it mellow. l-£-:BI3 :C57CH IMOT. !« I HiCOF. f E.MSSOS I «OE! «S. M «» VOBK, I T. Our huge warehouses serving 4 stores ore ': loaded. 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