Independent from Long Beach, California on February 21, 1964 · Page 22
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-Pope Promises Nikita to Study Peace Plea VATICAN CITY (UFI--, state on Dec. 31 urging that "ope Paul VI promised Soviet,territorial disputes te re- Frtmier Nikita S. Khrushchev solved by negotiation instead 1 o ttudy with "maximum at- of by weapons. 1 entjon" his year-end call for | The Pope, in addition to be- ettlement of territorial dis- ing spiritual leader of the ates at the conference table [world's £00 million Roman' : athef than on the battlefield. Catholics, is head of state as' i . high Vatican source said sovereign of the Holy See. j "bursday. j The source quoted the Pope The pontiffs pledge was'as saying he was grateful for cade in a verbal message de-,lhe gesture made by Khrush- ivered Tuesday by Msgr.'chev ia sending his note and Carlo Grano. apostolic mmcio'promised "to study the text to Italy, to Soviet Ambas-jwith the maximum atten- sador^ Semen Kozyrev in lion," KpJney the source said. | The Pope also told Khrush- l». i · · « « « chev that although the Vat- UvHRUSHCHEV dispatched fcan does not involve itself in rjtes to the world heads of territorial disputes or nego- [tiations, it favors whatever J, »ru rn n. 'HARD WAY I EAST ST. LOUIS, III (.« {- East St. Louis police (old Raybum Hayes they weren't in the rooming bouse business Thursday ifter he begged them for · tw7 · hours to give him thclter. I Then, the officers told Hayes, who said he had been thrown out of his old Irving quarters, they would it 'pursue the aim of justly defending and rein ing peace among states,' cording to the source. VATICAN *CITV' and the Soviet Union do not maintain formal diplomatic relations. Khrushchev's message was j relayed to the Pope via Kozy!rev and Msgr. Grano. I The exchange was the second between the Pope and the premier. Khrushchev sent a message of congratulations on the pontiffs coronation tirow him out of the police ilast June and the Pope sent station if he didn't leave, his thanks in return. As Hay;s was leaving, he | Pope Paul's predecessor, broke a glass on the front jthe late John XXIII. broke, door of police headquarters, jthe ice between the Vaticanj Hayes is in a nice warm jand Moscow when he and 'Jail cell now, exactly what I Khrushchev exchanged sin- he! tried to get for two ,ilar congratulatory messages hours. [Several years ago. 1964 olh ANNUAL Homc-0-Rama in llic ncu BI'LVUTIFUL LONG BEACH ARENA in the Iieart of Loii" Hcarli ·At^ rj* ftatiritg "WARD SIMGERS" JrJ beck from · To.r! ^ s* Surprises! Valuable Door Friies! m Wf r % 4tS ^'·V*^i/-' Stag* Skews Several Times Doily MoHaeet Sot. * SB*. WED. FEBRUARY 26lh Iliru SUN. MARCH ls( Kkjft · f ^« VACATION AT -:.\. APPLE VAIUT Qteev Coittst Opening Nlgit (W(d.l Doori Opem, Week Dap--2:39 pjn. SerBTGixr osd Ssiday et 12 Noo» . Adiussb*. $1J5 -- Jnian. fOc Ck-ldrta UaJer 12 Free with Pcrter ffttltrit t r Ii7/ri licltl|f · f (··! fctcl INDEfENOENT-figi A-21 CARLOAD SALE BUY NOW! wind tbt soriigs ore kigfc... old oil lfc« pricis on low I MORE THAN 150'Corton Fresh' BEAUTIES FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY! Your Choice of Round or Rectangular Douglas DINETTE SETS... *99 98 J 85 MONTH 7 PC. Rectongufar DINETTE cy ino$*er «re v«ni rrvt self i «Uy 4*srg*«d for tbi« low, I viift ?*a renJi to 72" Una. Cort t* iti fetoufy. Fas Inlay foV« to? wi4i tit 198, 7 PC. Round D/NETTE Stxr.r.'xf RCL.K£ /afar Tlle ifccl eitfnex to i nit\ .Vcara^isc coierci chairs! Sorretfilflj faihionetlf Jiff«r«nt! A faun I tsfeU thai ·xt'cudi t» · s p a c t e v * 60 inch ·*·?. Cen- wenlrnt i t ! f * ^ g n g end Bombay *B!HH» tnlsy tebU tcp. Six fee outi full Kcnyi Melon Nauga- V. hyd* choirs. Com* »p« ihi · i p t c i c T fadsy. lo^t'tfVJtsn! " ''* a ' U r '"' ·*"' 110 M r.v | ,'- - * /!»":; 5 PC. Recfangufor DINETTE ^ Etaztiful *S" £ x f p a s ? o n Vff«/-fflV 7dte tfit\ four eaiv to i / f c i rcn'f Chair,: A f«n9 43 mcf*· »n Trrtjtfi! E · « y ta c'tsn t*· tan· Cefc E»bffisa ton wlrh ei air* wi tf» s«M t*eutifj] in any I |98 Jl.65 MONTH ^mm^ Dough* 7Pc. Recfongufor f a*Kion.al!e CO" Lttcnsion fa's!' tti'.K Jts f^tflr t o n t t - j i r l t d Cair*. Y»i* *nj your for* iff w i l l Itv* fhit »*T- r-fu) Morrtcca r T rep Tft c«nv*fii«nt ttt cen rr^a! a/j* t t irwriy *nrf w t t t cens tJ. St'l IfT«T«r« Wflla tfi* t o f c f * 1 98 DoaqUt 7 PC. Rectangular D/NET7E " j j i \ c '»"«f '··'"« ·«'-·* i;«»i»»»iTf »»'· t -- SJ.ES MONTH 5 PC. Round DINETTE fa'*.:ihJ ?pnn f'o'J ta'fft a jj'a. 1 ! I ^5 7r -J r*.* r praaf y. F» f e e r j f . J f i 4or adJ t.artaT »»r* · a f * r . 98 $2 S5 MOT4TH 9 PC. R«cfon 5 wfor DJNEIIE A -:!*sl foTt^tr la'ft tan;i*. 'TMii«'i°«Au' »i* ElOrtT Ten J«. «. er» t a i y t* r * a n a^ w « * a r Oh ·« prsc'rcal... vn4 ai a f« * .1 li-r : Doaqltts 7 PC. Ottogon DINETTE cKr'rl «- 1 198 S5 65 MOf4TH F U R N I T U R E S T O R E S 317 Long Beach Bird,, Long Beach HE 2-5444 1895 L Anaheim SI., Long Beach ..HE 6-5211 909 Atalon, Wilmington _.._ TE 4-4548 16810 Bellflower Blvd., Bellflower TO 7-2745 Open Mon. Fri. Niles T »i1 9 P.M.

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