Independent from Long Beach, California on April 3, 1963 · Page 4
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pi-, A-4-INDi?ENDENT ItKt. «, Wrt.. tort 1 1H1 f 420 Million Cut From Aid Budget (Continued from Page A-l) Mediation Board Gels Rail Battle CHICAGO Red Moon-Survey Vehicle Launched (Continued from Page A-l) scientists which indicated a'observatory on tne moon to Two Yqrty Foes Stay on Council LOS ANGtLES (CNS) -i -- A federal photographic mission, phis a'radio information about thejlnre* veteran city council- outside Latin America, and a foreign-aid act to amend a court dissolved an iajunction|hint that Lunik IV or its suc-'nature of hi surface arx^mea--two of them strongly $lp9 million cut in the re-|provision which Congress [Tuesday and cleared the 'way .cessors might place a robot other aspects, quested contingency fund foritacked onto last year's trad* f or the nation's railroads to! future sudden crises requiring bill requiring him to' take' aid. ^away tariff concessions made The President p r o m i s e d in "past year* to Poland and stricter standards in giving Yugoslavia. aid. such as concentrating on nations willing to help themselves. In a new proposal to The President coupled hisj promised economies with a fervent appeal for foreign aid spur economic development as a necessity of the present overseas through privatelworld. put their disputed work-rules changes into effect The rail lines promptly served notice that the revisions will become effective Monday. But the U.S. government moved swiftly to head channels. Kennedy called for Quoting the poet Milton. a tax credit to VS. taxpayers who said. -Peace hath her who invest in developing countries. The tax credit is being worked out by the Treasury Department, and probably would be slightly greater than the 7-perccnt domestic investment credit, officials said. Kennedy said his $420 mitten in savings would cone partly; from $200 million in economic-aM funds not spent this'year. He said there were also!' reductions in military an)^economic aid to certain co$ntri£S that can be nude "witlwut serious damage to the i national interest." The President did not specify the countries. victories no less renowned than war,TM Kennedy said the off immediate sidetrack the changes and threat of a spring strike on the vital rail network. The National (railway) Me- "surely" is justified mg less thai 1 per cent STits ««*? "f % national income- on for-Hgn aid. Argentina Anti-Reds Rebelling (Continued from Page A-l) sea fleet, the Rio lopposed by Mayor Sam Vorty Kharkov's ob s er v a t o r y -- TM reflection to four-year chief. Nikolai Earabashov tenns Tuesday night wrote of both a need for better pictures of the moon and of a r o b o t Councumen H a r o l d A. Henry, U E. Timberlake and John C Holland were declared elected by Gty News Service at 950 p*» the value observatory. The announcement of the. ., launching came at 4 pan. Henry, president of the when the device was said to c o n n c i L was the only ia- be outward bound 31,370 cumbent endorsed by Yorty. miles above the Yellow Sea He won his fifth term in the Fourth District by piling up a sweeping 3-1 majority over D _ __ two opponents. .. ~ ~ i« -- --- Irrvfrpt ^ra« nrpliminarihr set! In the Sixth District, the House that an emer- the.naval air station at Punta £ k « TMr£±HrNl ofyor failed in an effort to Santiago **« and -- with instruments functioning normally. The final stage of the Indio. i Grim Story of Plane Crash Told (Continued from Page A-l) Climbers had difficulty reach- the flight.' This was interpreted f » PRESIDENT Kennedy was A FIVE-HOUR bombard- expected f o act soon to name ment by navy planes at Mag- JtrSL.. a fact-finding board to inves- dalena halted a tank force . J * " - tigate the controversy be- temporarily from driving to-j tween the railroads and the ward Punta India .-- _ --. .-«-,-...«- .-. . men who run their trains. His The rebels retained control'" 610 «** ^^ w was the.cent Burke, action will delay a possible of Mapin Garcia Island in the walkout at least 60 days. I River Plate off the coast of an artificial earth satellite.'purge : Timberlake, his most then -was was launched and [vocal foe on the council. Tim- onto the pre-set berlake. a councilman since 1945, took an early lead over his opponent. Fire and Police Pension Commissioner Vm- Beginner's Dance Class Grand Opening WED., APRIL 3rd, 8 P.M. ' 30 HOURS $COO FOR U YOU WILL LEARN!! C»a Cl«. 1*1*1. T.if.. · f.ifr.f. Wi/fx. Jc»l« THIS OFFER INCLUDES: fur trhtt* tiii.ti ·k T»» CF«i Ltutts . · if Siitm H»«i-i tteitl flichf JOULTSOW-Y HtF.E ADDED THE BOSSA NOVA TmM »t » Bun enov maw »«. Awl IN FRED ASTAIRE STUDIOS 311 Eosl Ocean lr»L ; ' Phone HE 5-74*5 · The controversy involvesjuruguay, the airport at Tre-i $500 million a year in railroad lew, capital of Chubut Prov- costs and the jobs of aboutlince in Patagonia and three 65,000 of the 200,000 mem-jradio transmitters in the port bers of the five key operating city of Eahia Blanca. Guido called for a cease- another proposal sure to^-E *« sP 01 - Judge Joseph Sam Perry in'/ire and assured the rebels spark"^controversy, Kennedy THE N E P H E W finallyjU-S. District Court in Chicago the government would not asked · Congress to use the Beached the . headquarters of'dissolved the . temporary in- permit an Unacceptable re- the 280,000-acre El Tejon 1 junction that had kept the turn" of Peronists to power. Ranch south of Bakersfield railroads from changing the.but the rebels refused to give orbit around the world. No : specific time was given for, ts dispatch oa the 238,550-' mile journey. Tass said a farther report would be made today. :_OJLS. PENSIONERS '*^Yo« er* tnKtTrd to o* ·**Eyt Ei am motion enA ··.'Niw Gtetsti if ftttJtJ ^~~*riJtr tftt -Z-I'STATE UEDJCAL ' »ASSISTANCE flAN J-W» eppoTntrmial mcti- "^icfjr, Jes* trTnfl t* y o u r ^·fT'wfrf ... Coftif^ni enJ -^-ton IB!* us lor irfonna- yjllea en rti* pTen. ^%12 T»or» !· Long l«ac^ :DR. J. M. SOSS .-'.'Optometrist J7i**An. HE ·;- Near lit end fuu ·t-' trt* '"* * Slop · V*-J OffltM AUt c« j-r-' no 't^Virflloii. WiTminqtoil OftJ Sorton, Torranct shortly before noon. Despite his frostbitten feet and bruises, he tried to lead work rules since last summer. THE RAILROADS notified ____ ___________ ________ a ground party to the wreck- the'mediat'ion'board that "the age scene, although uncertain revised ,,,,, _ ^acd at wip- of its location. However, a mi -feather-bedding- -sheriffs plane located it m jW gj go ; nto ^f^ at Tejon Canyon, 12 miles south Ijn ^ Apra ^ of the ranch headquarters, · about 40 miles southeast of Bakersfield. 12X11 Both the unions and man- Parking Project at Golf Course OKd Final plans for construction Tuesday. of additional parking facilities Slitrl-Clad ISamlil Takes 8100 at Bar A robber wearing a white sheet over his head took J100 at gunpoint from the register at Kelly's Cocktail Lounge. 5317 Long Beach Blvd. a few minutes before closing time Bartender Earl M. Gregory at Lakewood Golf Course 38, told police the maa walked were approved Tuesday by through the rear door at 155 e Board of Supervisors. aja, warned the five cus Bids on the work win be tomers to behave themselves agement made clear they will the_Board of Supervisors^ ^ J cooperate with the govern- PUBLIC LECTURE "THE COSMIC AND HUMAN CHAKRAS- LONS IEACH tOcGE socirrr LOCUST AVf . Public LJbrvr wd at Ld3* ment in a move to find a way to resolve their differences. The organizations of engineers, firemen, t r a i n m e n , switchmen and conductors have,taken strike votes. But they stated the appointment of a fact-finding panel would avert a "crisis." opened May 1. Estimated cost of the project is $41,500. and backed out the door with the cash register contents. 1963 CURTIS MATHES HOME ENTERTAINMENT CENTERS.,. ESTERN CO. F A COCO BUT 23" T.T.v"j:o» ; AM FU OfHutl f«firn 60 wifts ef power Tuning Ey. M»T5 Flei T.p. D«t T.mbour or STJing Doors i tnd l-ipt«lrr l«i* R^lci 24- Scr.x ant*. «ntf cfWfTT. RcaC wooj iblnm. 3344 E. PACIFIC COAST HWY. IONS IEACH fit 4-74S7 Ope. Ert.r.ji 11 1 r. M. Saf.rdxr 1i ! TM. SUNDAY I to 5 AMrLE PAtXING «l OMTItt Oar.Ow* MnrU Drat Life Term, No Parole Bill Given Support · SACRAMENTO (UPI) -- A tenced to life without possi bill allowing juries to choose bility of parole would havi life imprisonment without "no incentive to rehabilitate." possibility of parole in capital cases passed out of the As- £ea*e S E L L I N G O U T E N T I R E S T O C K J Elegant Imports frnm the world over Bixlj Knolls Exclusive Ladies Shop QUITS llic entire distinguished inventory of Designer SUITS · tIESSES - COATS - HOUSES SWIATEtS · SHITS - IUS FOUNDATIONS . ENSEMUES . ETC. uinsl hi* .void nt nneel HtVf tOW MICH IFFECTITE FAMOUS MAKES 10 a.m. 1» ajo. t» C pja.-- Fri. 1« I* » A t 1 a 11 1 i C A V C. Dresses Repilar 15.95 . . Regular 22.95 . . Regular 39-95 . . Regular 49.50 . . Regular 89-95 *3fl Regular 95.00 . . . . . . 'IS I l l l l f p F A M O U S LlllltS M A K E S ' Regular 39.95 ....... »1G Regular 59.95 .'."-.V. . »28 Regular 95.00 «lfl Coats Regular 29.95 . . . . . . '10 Regular 69.50 . Regular 89.50 Faanrel for salt Opposite. Crest Tie of re F A M O U S -M A K E S ' cases passed sembly Criminal Procedures Committee Tuesday on a bipartisan vote of 7-i. The measure, by Assemblyman Burt M. Henson, D-Ventura, provides this as a third alternative in cases where the death penalty is permissible. Juries under present law only choose . between death and life imprisonment. A person sentenced to life is eligi- ( ble for parole affer seven years. I Henson's proposal was sup- iported by advocates of an abolition of capital punish- (ment. The bill was opposed by Herbert EEingwood, repre- (sentative for the state dis- strict attorney's association. ' Assemblyman George DeuV [mejian, R - L o n g B e a c h , warned that a.person sen- .Astnjitt U I Scivict MV* of America! Artnn, toe. " Dallas is an American city. Oxton w»jcns on Bra Street (1879) -»* ' 4 This isVO. (but is it ari?) 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Astrojets take off for Dallas (they all go noiv stop) at 8 20 a.m., 11:50 a.m., 5:40p.m. (this is our new late afternoon non-stop jet) and 1:40 a.nx For Firi Class Mercury or Royal Coachman reservations, «e your travel agent Or telephone American Amines. The number to cail tsNES-0444. l

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