Independent from Long Beach, California on April 3, 1963 · Page 5
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 5

Long Beach, California
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Wednesday, April 3, 1963
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LOOKING AT THE many tmaring offers in the Classified section lately? Don't miss the values you find there. Turn to Classified ads today and every day. SAUSAGE IOYERS Ctmai 11 k « I t f i a , Luck · i tit, Inn il itir Hi *uU ii Cinai krat- wmd Itid- c»m»-l. I t HV, tip. laporttd Ittr tap. IIIIll Itltl l«n«« laiTj ............... ·IIIIIUITZU ............. til · I -- ni. I-- IfiKmt I itn .......... MAX'S 'STEINER' nn i. JJUHUM icis tutx ··Brown Outlines Six Points to Attract More Industries Navy Center Meningitis Fatal to One SAN DIEGO (UPI) --One recruit died and 60 others were quarantined Tuesday in the second outbreak of spinal meningitis within a month at . . . · _ · iWV*·*.** J\. t (.14 *LC~b« W11iL'vim^3_. , «· · . products; more assistance to **** that is unmatched mj .^ the Naval Training Center. . ,, - - ,, local communities' programs history," he said. "It is ours; j-A.... Un; .r. ^ Afl 12,000 recruits wer world-wide promotion and ex-!to attract new industry and if we are willing to work for r 8 *"****· Umt * d st * te$ quarantined for three days panded foreign trade in a frequent publication of in-L. | SteeI Cat ^ *** Bethlehem March 10 when five SAN DIEGO 5V-CaUforniaj Other phases of the is set to embark upon a new gram include: state program designed to attract more industry, Gov. Brown said Tuesday. The governor outlined Increased advice and assistance to space age industries seeking to create new is waning in the pro-I market" Pacific. "We ttand on the threshold' , , . . . . - . . ieral grand jury Tuesday in- of a period of economic ' ' ' US. Indicts 'BigSteeV Six Others NEW YORK WV--A fed- ,dicted seven steel companies. IK* IMC*. £«»., «·*. Ajrt t TfcJ speech prepared for the annual conference of the Amer- formation oa the state's business climate, including costs,' First. Brown said, a publication called "California's Profit Opportunities'* win be distributed internationally. IJ* **M 4-VUM.A- *lfc.a* » IIIIMIL^I, MUVmStlllg, ^UJI«*, . _ , . , . i ican Industrial D^-elopment taxes, automation, lending opportunities^ ^for new fcusi-j Council. agencies and public 'services. Finally, the governor said, 1 "we will place cew emphasis on foreign trade." Brown said a 'tremendous California offers matchless jSteel cesses, he said, because of i were conspiring to expanding markets and pop-!prices of train wheels or cases price-fixing were reported. One of the victims last month also died. The name of the l a t e s t withheld pending charged set ulation. other steel products. VALUABLE COUPON WED-THURS-FRI-SAT APRIL 3-4-5-6th "You should realize, too. The indictment was the that California is steadily, second within a year charging achieving parity in the na-;price-fixing against VS. Steel tional market place. It may be a little while before price and Bethlehem. Named with the two in .tags read 'Slightly higher east the It ed- wheels indictment . of the Rockies,' " he said-- but were stee j Ca of PROFESSION!. COLOR PORTRAIT Armrio* S«ier CUtbzu! Her*'i yen cloic« t9 loTt · Tnfn- tiaiol Ftrtrait «iad* far aaTr Itc. , DOWNTOWN LONG BEACH added that California soon Middletown. Ohio; Edgewater I will be producing many prod- Stec , Q,^ of Oakmont. Pa. ucts such as steels and tex- L^ Baldwin-Uma-Hamnton, [tiles goods that now are Ccrp of Philadelphia. j shipped in from the east. EDGEWATER and Baldwin also were named in an indictment charging price-fixing of roHed-steel pipe flanges and rings, along with Taylor Forge and Pipe Works, Cicero, EL, and Afco Products, notification of kin. He was one of two recruits from the- same unit. Recruit Co. 129, who were stricken with the infectious disease within the past week. Thomas C. Hester, 20. New Orleans, La, was stricken last Thursday but he has been taken cf the serious list and is recovering. Seems liVe it sometimes, doesn't it? Especially mhen per partner says, "let's try it* V/eP, at Kitiaul tht {uesswork Is eliminztei team all the blest dances the t»y KjtionaTj friendly! expert instructors teach them. You'll be it-pprnj h ; grv *ie)e and handsorre in no tira« at all! The first thing t9 remember is HE 74«U Better still, come by our modem, air- conditioned studio at !ttt Factfic Arc, Lent Eiadt. Danca your way ta fun *nd relaxation! - · : · - · · NATIONAL THESETWOLEFTFEETBELONGTOYOU? jMarinc Ordered lo Stand Trial in Murder Case HONOLULU Cfl -- Marine | CpL Kurt W. Brux, 19, of San J Jose. Calif, was ordered Tues- Inc, of New York. The government charged that the price-fixing con- A n;j'cr tl-tS «olut! Your til* color poHra^ in fin cttrec- tlv« foTJtr fnot e *cih tint pTcfurc) far enTy fee «hl ti. Onfir or^c couoon to · fwnily. e'en*. Na DOOintment nectuanr. Bnng Vi.i ·d 1g our Itort t«twf«n 1B.3B «.n. tniS.Ot t.m. day to stand trial on a charge spiracies began in 194S and of premeditated murder in'continued through 1961, de- connection with the shooting priving the New York City last year of another Marine. [Transit Authority, other sub- Brux was accused of shoot-iway systems, railroads and ing CpL Richard T. Grijalva. other industrial customers of 20. while the Utter was asleep the benefits of free price in company barracks at Ka- competition. neohe Marine Air Station, U.S. Steel is reported to handle 35 percent of the $60- Oahu. A Marine Corps spokesman million steel-wheel business said the case will not be i 3 this country. treated as a capital matter. The companies are charged ilwhich precludes the court re- with fixing identical factory turning a death s e n t e n c e and delivered prices, and sub- should Brux be found guilty.'mitting identical bids. ^J£l7;^pf|| \ Thousands ef smr-brmtsrs a9 evtr tilt Iai Uus t« cost aHsrS-j beck thej «"- T* * CcnsaoH} paubook becomes ma eor« idemt- inf at (be ead tl tttry quarter as ttr se« Iheir la'tntn cm at tl* as-ioa! ratt ef J%. Ani tftry Rtvly *tlti jncaat lit tilt ttecfit tl BWIY WTDtEST- urr{s earn froa tbe iij rt- tt'rtti 1 they rcaa'a Krm the end cf thi quarter. Ttesc pec pie also IV« *!ut LV| read tetweea t*v« Goes--Ul saftt] that (acs wid a Ccmmurur/ accsOTt femtti 'a 1929, Comsmr; tit esUV BESTSELLER (Community Savings Passbook) Es%ed aa cutstandicjfioaadal record. Ulerni has (XT*** beea f*'A II eacsecstin Cmes.FinaRcii! maaite- ia« ot ka s rtma ned cooscmre. Now etrasenbip hi Fiainciil FcdtratJoa, lie. miles Command/ part ef aa orcmizaljoa wit! rtsooxes cvtr ont- kaS tSEca (Wlars. Reinfarcirt this soGdf/ is tt« inssranci power cf the Ttitni Sarin(i and Loan Isiarjnce Corporafioa. N» wonder 33,000 safetr- isiaded savers art sold en this passbook. Tool find j«ors waitist it J«BT itaitst Ceataomty COMMUNITY SAVINGS M U K CrriCX / 77 L CwiptM B«, OnqlM ION« SUCH f nci ««*« *M. C«H J*T8«»*T, I. t AM. TO I f.M. Who's been drinking the Antique Bourbon? For j tarj, we've madV Aitique Bourton foe a few devottd admirers. Now it seems tJut the People art ra!I)-ing to our cause. Can it be we've started a trend? If ve have, it's a backward trend. Because we set out to recapture En Antique Bourbon the rharacter of the legendary Kentucky bourbons of the early 1900*5. Rotust. Mellow. Remarkably smooth, by present-dry standards. VC'e use o!d-fing!ed methods. Sow and gentle. And we put far more torn in our sour mash thzn is required of bourbons nowadays. Our older adrniren belieie that we've succeeded: for them, A-irips Bourbon recalls the great pre-fVcKiitica bourbons. But even if you don't have that long a memory we think ymH nr.4 Antique Bourbon just plain satisfying. Give it a try. (Or have you been at it already?) i

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