Independent from Long Beach, California on May 20, 1957 · Page 5
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 5

Long Beach, California
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Monday, May 20, 1957
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'Rebel' Move Denied BUENOS AIRES, Argentina branded A r m y "totally M i n i s t r y unfounded" Sunday n report that a croup of centrals ha» demanded general election* at once. DANCING HA$ DONE WONDERFUL THING* fOTHBEPEOWE mmtmmm lonely? ; Tve gotten a whole new slant on life since I joined Arthur Murray's. People are so friendly there and , we have such a lot ot fun at the wonderful get* togethers that no one could possibly feel lonely!' MM ETOYN H. Dnrn ' DtnnyAvnuw ' ' - NorthHollywood -::·. . good tiroes "The day I first came to Arthur Murray's wag a turning point In my life, I really started having fun when I learned to dance-and I expect dancing to bring me good times lot the rest of my life!' M«.Z.Wnrnrsrua Flrmon* Avinu* Inglewocd You can slart having good times, too, beginning with your first lesson at Arthur Murray's. Want proof? Simply visit any Arthur Murray Studio and ask for a Trial Lesson (Cost: $1). It'll open your t eyes to what you've been missing I . . . t · _* ARTHUR MURRAY 23 'Area Students 'Vfiv.'*.' " · : · ' ' ·:' ' 'O - · ^ · · i 1 - ''. Pass Law Exams Twenty-three Long B e a c h ward J. Foley, 406 28th Report Hits Regulations . -- · ./*,.,- - k j --. -/» on Contracts students paiied the Manhattan Baach; Ronald spring examination, i a ° u l d ' 7978 H F a r m the California committee of bar examiner* announced Sunday. · Successful applicant! f r o m this area arc: ,.,., Walter J. Adam, 2273 Clark Ave.; Talmadge M. Hagee, 181 Lavcrnc Ave.; Clarence M. Longley Jr., 3102 S t e v e l y Ave.; I Benjamin F. Pearson, 823 Security Trust Building; Lewis A. Plourd, 6242 Pageantry St., and Eleanor Olsen Weems, 4301 |K. Broadway, all of Lone Beach, Don P. Bonfa, 727 K. Cypress, Compton; Elmer M. Dugan, Downey; H a r m L. H.nsen, 1030 w Santa Ana; James T. Jenkins, 14319 Adelfa Dr.. La Mlrada; Harold J. Lance, 6608 E. Olive St., Paramount. John H. Major. 1932 W. 134th PI., Gardena; James R. Moore, 1608 N. Parton, Santa Ana; Al Ian H, Portlgal, 944 E. Oakmont Orange; Louis J. Quick, 2701 W Hill, Fullerton; J. Paul .Rems Jr., 1141 Wlieburn Ave., Haw thorne; Philip E. Schwab Jr. 502 N. Grand, Santa Ana; Gran- WASHINGTON report demanded A Sen Sunday that 'Secretary of Defense Wll- 12331 S. Dunrobln, Downey; Ed- vllle B, Smith, 100 Via Monte ,'D'Oro, Redondo Beach; Roberi S t a n l e y , 7117 Lugo St. HEAR THRU YOUR OWN GLASSES Hollydale, and M a u r i c e Wright. 614 Santa Ana. S. Towniend St, . · Slutlioi Optn 'lillO p.m. · ' LON« IIACH y*v COMMON IAST FIFTH STREET £ tM SOUTH IONS BEACH BLVD. «ii HEmleck J.flm 0-n , . N««» NE«m«k 1-1177 TELEX Model "960" · 4 Transistors--FULL Power! · Becomes part of your flaiseil · Weighs lew thin % ot.-- world's lightest! , - * · Inconspicuous on men-- " nearly Invisible on woment · No dangling cords--no "button"! ·"·' ; »Hear with BOTH ean-the natural way! · · Bsmtlestyli for women (In Mayflower II." Moves at-Crawl LONDON Wt--Mayflower II Is "still almost becalmed In mid- Atlantic," Skipper Alan Vllllcrs reported by radio Sunday, "Making abou.t two knot* westward at moment and cov. ercd only 30 sea miles last 24 hours," he reported. The Pilgrims replica vessel's position at noon Saturday was given as 21 degrees 50 minutes North, 40 degrees 35 minutes West. She left Plymouth, Eng.. April 20 and Is heading for Plymouth, Mass. 'against unethical practices and Improper Influence" In the mul- tlbllllon dollar business of pentagon agencies. The report also disclosed that 108 former generals and ad mlrals. most of them retired, lave been cleared to represent contractors doing defense bust- ness. The document came from the Senate preparedness subcommittee* headed by Sen. Lyndon B, Johnson (D-Tex), It followed a study of how the Army, Navy, Air Force and other military agencies are enforcing existing federal laws that prohibit "conflicts of Interest" by present and former government officials and employes, JOHNSON SAID the study, mado by his special staff of at- t o r n e y s a n d Investigators, showed a lack of Uniformity. "The result Is confusion and a lack of conforrnance to the congressional policy for Integra- tlon of armed services," John- ·on said In forwarding the re- wrt to the drmed services committee chairman, Sen. Russell D-Ga). Chairman Russell made h» report public. The report commended the Air Force for Its regulation and registration provisions. It said Army actions were "extremely Imltcd," while the Navy "has promulgated neither regulations nor registration provisions." FREE! HEARING TEST! T C I B Y H E A R I N G I E L E A , C E N T E R 144'/ t mi AVE. A M MU7 W. Olv* C Oiffn llmp " - Save Trapped Woman M. JL - · Mate Dead in Wreck OHOVILLE OT) -- A Sacr* mcnto woman trapped with he dead husband In a wrccke automobile at the bottom of th Feather River Canyon sine Out to fJffl/ftd floor ipaet all p!*CM Hlvtlroltd ma/ not be aral/obfe M ' , ' showroom floor. Chooit yoi/r if/I*, } fabric am/ color and hare youf comwtibl* tofa ciMtam mod*... AT NO EXTRA C f M f t G f . ' tV»ry RMero convertible tola open! ·all// life o lull iltt double bid ana* (·met tompltl* wjfh inninpring tnoHttu, . lipptrtd cvih/oni and conctoffd "'«'· eujMon comportment. · f^J^ , ^ . * .: VW,^lect Your RMeraConvertiblfl Solo In: v / ^ ; : ' ^ {» I ·';?' -*"V TJ * ' * ' ' ' / ' ' ' · * . ' * * ' * / \ ^y%r»« ·'·:,:'· 0«9tyi MONf (obrlci. Ktl» il t c«l«, ''·; Jtvitnlng MOKE labflii, «k«l« «('J wlori T " 2., 1 hifaKfMfilHmi,r«w, I»HK«)W «»it ltd. '-' ImWIng n4,t»«t!nd iwqwlw. ",*"·'4 »'''»·* ·^'i^V^Tv: · · , " · - . · · ' , , " " · " · · ' «^1J2 ^''S^^i''- 11 *^ · ^a****-****^ J^ . I Friday evening was rcscuci Sunday. · Semi-conscious and answering questions by writing because o · badly cut mouth, the woman Identified herself as Mrs. Allc DeAmlcIs, 36. Her husband, who had been practically decapitated In the wreck, was Thomas DeAmlcIs 53. Deputy Sheriff Chesley Rush ten who headed the rescue [»rty up the Feather RJver rllghway 33 miles northeast of lere, said the car skidded In heavy rain Friday about 10 }.m, and plunged down a 200- 'uot embankment, stopping with ts front end In the river. Mrs. DeAmlcii reported thai at one time the water rose ant covered her husband's kncws as .hey sat pinned In the car. RUshten said rescuers used crowbar to pry open the car and raise the front seat to free .he victims. , , , Ho 67 Sunday · HONG KONG W)'-- Ho Chi ·linn, ruler of Communist |)orth Viet Nam, observed his 67th birthday Sunday. Ml the papers voiced the gratitude of the Vietnamese eople toward their beloved ler, and gave stories exempli ylng his simple way of life," he North Viet Nam Radio reported. ^ "' imall down paymt.---24 mo$. lo pay pay only $7.49 per month tint payment July 15th -"'" " "STOU HOURS Dolly WO AJA, lo 9iOO PAL Sot. and Svn. f i30 A.M. to 6.30 P.M. RIVIERA SOFA BED CO LONG BEACH STORE ONLY! 425 East 4th St. ( B ^^:it ) Phone HE 7-8511 FREE PARKING ACROSS STREET - OPEN SUNDAYS Paired for CenterAisling , So everlastingly a put 1 of your life together ..·the diamond rings ? you choose now) Be ·, lure of luting beauty and value...l«t ui help ' you select an engage* · nient and wedding i ( ring set from our out* standing collection.' ' with 2 trousers You ought to know Bond's would do it - break the back of high prices! Here's everything you want in a fine lightweight · suit - at about $ 15.00 Icsi than most of the other good ones. Smoothly tailored good looks-that's your costly Rochester needlework. Wrinkle-resistant-that's renowned DuPont Dacron and Orion. Solid comfort-that's your free-and-easy Bond fit. Extra long wear--that's your 2 trousers. · How come so much for so little? , Huge volume does it! We make and sell more fine suits than any other clothier. Better buy at' · Bond's-more men do! 0 months to pay with no down payment Two 1957 Chevrolet Sraflon Wagons to Be Given Away Free · JEWELERS 2 1 5 P I N E A V E . BOND'S LAKEWOOD CENTER: 5224 LAKEWOOD BLVD. OPIN MONDAY, THUKOAT. MIBAY. UlJO TO fl» P. M. · ISWSTOWS Mil SI»IH · ItlT III (SIUII · VUUt HJUA · WIITIHtlTM . XSISIMI HIT · WIUHISI · NOUTWISS · NUSTIilTm »»«« · SLIIIILI · IRIItHIW SM atonal KITH AH m*t H»r«. 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