Independent from Long Beach, California on February 1, 1960 · Page 5
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 5

Long Beach, California
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Monday, February 1, 1960
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GREETS LT. GOVERNOR Frank C. Leal, president of the Cabrillo Civic Clubs, Inc., greets Lt. Gov. Glenn M. Anderson upon his arrival here Sunday for CCC's 25th annual convention. Anderson lauded clubs for their "outstanding civic contributions" especially in the field of youth work. Anderson told the civic club, whose members are of Portugese descent, that to be "an American, in the best sense, means to respect the differing heritages of our neighbors." Anderson arrived and departed by special helicopter.--(Staff Photo.) 7 inch Trial Resumes Toda LOS ANGELES (CNS) -- fter a five-day recess, the urder trial of Dr. R. Berard Finch and his pretty weetheart, Carole Tregoff, isumes today with the prose- ution nearing the end of it ase. The trial was delayed last eek because West Covina Municipal Judge Albert ; Miller was too sick to appe as a witness. Judge'Miller, now recove ed, is exected to tell wh Miss Tregoff told him chambers at the dramat preliminary hearing for D Finch after which she wi arrested. MODELS WANTED · Fashiofi · Photo · Television Commercials Full time or part-time. All ages needed. No experience necessary. Biief training program will qualify you for positions in this highly paid profession. Many of our models are working girls who supplement their income nicely with part- time modeling jobs. HOLLYWOOD MODELING STUDIOS Finishing School for Models and Career Girls LONG BEACH -- LAKEVCOOD 4120 ORANGE AVEIS'UE PHONE NOW GA 6-1328 Open Daily 10 a. m. to 10 p. m. NEW DELHI (UPI)--India is expected to send technicians to England for training in the use of British Bloodhound guided missiles, unoffi- Eye Missile Training /i run T«^:« ~:-i i-\_r i cial Defense Ministry sources said Sunday. The Ministry has not confirmed reports that it plans to buy the missiles. Long BUCK/ Cllll., Monday, Fib. 1, mo INDEPENDENT--Page "A-5 Quake Hits Tokyo TOKYO (UPI) -- A long,iyo Sunday at 11:42 a.m. It rolling earthquake shook Tok-1 lasted for several seconds; 'Not Afraid of Contest' --Morton WASHINGTON UP) -- Republican National Chairman Thurston Morton expressed disappointment Sunday that no contest has developed for his party's presidential nomination and ruled out some senators as vice presidential nominees. Appearing on a television program, the Kentucky senator rejected an interviewer's suggestion that Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller of New York was "cold-shouldered" out of declaring for the presidential nomination by party leaders who wanted to avoid a contest. Morton acknowledged that "undoubtedly some s t a t e leaders did nnt want a rnn- tcst" between Rockefeller and Vice President Richard M. Nixon who now appears a certainty for the nomination. * + * * BUT, MORTON said, "I was disappointed. I had no fear of a contest." The party chairman dismissed as "just talk" any idea that he would be the vice presidential nominee. Then he explained, "we (the Republican?) aren't giving up any Senate seats" in picking a vice presidential nominee. Earlier, he had acknowledged "we are, unfortunately, the minority party in this country" and refused to challenge accuracy of a recent poll (Gallup) which showed 58 per cent of the voters favoring Democratic control of Congress. But he added: "Poll or no poll, I still think we have a chance" of capturing the House. * * * * EARLIER, MORTON had conceded the Republicans do not have a mathematical chance of regaining control of the Senate this year. Asked whether he thought Rockefeller should be the keynote speaker for the Republican National Convention, Morton declined to indicate any specific role for the New Yorker but said "I think he ought to take part in our convention." THIS IS ALL YOU WEAR! 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See with your own eyes exactly how many miles you got on only a few teacups of fuel in a Solid '60 Plymouth! You're in for a very pleasant surprise. Here's the gas saving you've been looking for. With all the easy-riding comfort of the big, roomy Plymouth! No need to stint on size to get big mileage now. Get FULL-SIZE SAVINGS IN A FULL-SIZE CAR, Try it today! Your dealer invites you! CLOSE-UP OF ECONOMY! Here's the PLYMOUTH PROVE-IT-YOURSELF ECONOMY METER in place. And when you take the test drive, note that you get far more than money-saving mileage in Plymouth. New and brilliant performance is built into the Plymouth engines-including the new design 30-D Economy Six and the famed Plymouth Fury V-800-3-time winner of its class in the Mobilgas Economy Run. YOU'LL ENJOY taking the PLYMOUTH PROVE-IT-YOURSELF ECONOMY DRIVE... because you see the savings! And you'll enjoy the unusual ease of driving and h'an- dling that come from new Unibody construction.- It's solid, tight, quiet because it's welded, and not bolted. A CHRYSLER-ENGINEERED PRODUCT. BUILT A NEW SOLID WAY TO GIVE YOU SOLID SATISFACTION. Sea "The Sieve Allen Plymouth Show." Monday nights. NBC-TV. Solid!

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