Independent from Long Beach, California on February 1, 1960 · Page 7
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$250,000 Blaze Guts Market, Injures Four VAN NUYS (UPI) -- fremen were injured, two seriously, Sunday when ;utted a big suburban supermarket. Damage to Von's Market n the center of Van Nuys was estimated ?t "more than $250,000" by Robert A. Day, resident of the Los Ange- es Fire Commission. Seriously hurt when the ·oof fell were Richard Duna- ·ant and William E. Newman, both members of Engine Co. 39 of the Los Angeles Fire Department. They were trapped in the 'MISS CHINATOWN USA ; Carole Ng (pronounced Ing), 19, San Francisco ; ·:", State College sophomore, was crowned early Sun; '. ·· day as the nation's Miss Chinatown in San Fran; - ; cisco ceremony. She was chosen over 18 other 1 . ·· Chinese-American girls. Vital statistics: 34-24-35. ' Olympian' Jam Greets Kennedy · SQUAW VALLEY (UPI)-- Sen. John Kennedy, candidate for the Democratic nomination for president, put in a surprise visit to the site of the 1960 Olympic Winter Games Sunday -- and promptly run into a monumental traffic jam. But after being held up by guards at a road-block more than a mile from the Olympic Village, the senator and his aide, Pierre Salinger, were given a ride in a snow-cat to the center of the village. The biggest crowd of skiers and tourists in the history of the valley, more than 15,000, jammed the : area over the Weekend. Cars were lined up bumper to bumper for more than two miles leading into tlie area. . borne were skiers, but most were just tourists coming to look at the 510,000,000 worth of construction, the new $·1,500,000 ice arena, and the new twice-man-sized statues of winter athletes. . ;SEN. KENNEDY* said he Was "certainly impressed" with the Olympic Village. "I don't know much about winter sports and haven't skied since I was a kid," he said, "but 1 think the Olympic Games are a wonderful thing. I'm all for 'em. They are a good investment in international understanding." Kennedy is visiting the area as a guest of Gov. Grant Sawyer of Nevada and he'll address the Nevada Legislature today. About DO big buses filled with skiers from clubs in the San Francisco Bay region filled most of the parking space near the ski slopes. Official cars filled much of the parking area in Ihe one ccn- §800 Motor Stolen An $800 outboard motor was reported stolen Sunday from Elsie Rae Knowles, of 817 Terrains Ave. The motor was removed from a boat at City Yacht Anchorage. tral parking area. The rest 01 the cars were parked about hdf a mile away in the area built by the Navy snow-compaction team. ! ! * * * HOT, SUNNY w e a t h e r made the slopes icy-slick, but there still is plenty of snow On the valley floor there is more than 30 inches. On the hills the depths reach more than GO inches. While in the valley, Ken nedy visited the ice arena) the speed skating r i n k and stopped at the Californi; Spectator Center. At the center so many persons lined up to shake his hands or get his autograpl that it took him nearly hall an hour to eat a hot dog and drink a cup of coffee. LEAVES HOLE Four rear of the building with another fireman, William Dierck, fire also injured. All were taken to Valley Receiving Hospital. Newman and Dunavant later were transferred to Central Receiving Hospital. Rescuers had to saw metal bars off the back windows of the store to, rescue Newman, Dunavant and Dierck. Capt. Connie Tidwell suffered painful cuts in a fall. Fifteen fire c o m p a n i e s fought the flames, which for a time threatened to spread to adjoining buildings. Hotel's $2,000 Taken by Guest CORNING, N.Y. (UPI)-A man registered at the Hotel Vtr'llbrldge here Saturday n i g h t and disappeared later, leaving a hole in his hotel-room floor, an empty safe and a rifled cash register. The man drilled and cut his way through the floor of his room and a steel ceiling of the hotel grill room below, police said. He dropped 16 feet through the 21-inch-square hole, forced a small safe in the grill ofi'ice and'rifled the cash register. Police estimated about $2,000 was taken. Burglar Gets $200 is Actress Sleeps PHILADELPHIA' (UPI) -burglar slipped into the lotel room of actress Bar- oara Loden and her husband, playwright Lawrence Joachim i!e they were sleeping Sunday and escaped with ler purse containing $200. Lon, inch, call!.. Monday, F«». I, l!« INDEPENDENT-- Pago A SOMEONE IS WAITING for the chance to buy your business. Salestalk them with a Classified "Business 0 portunity" ad now. Pho HE 2-5959. SUFFER FROM PSORIASIS? ASK YOUR PHOTO SEALER ABOUT GRAFGO'S 24 GUARANTEED tt-HOUR KODACOLOK FILM SERVICE FREE ROLL OF FILM IF "WE DO NOT MEET OUR COMMITMENTS" GRAFCO, INC. 415 E. Marktt, Long GA 2-0931 Beach i, Calif. (Skin Diiordtr) SURE YOU CAN WEAR SHORT SLEEVES! SIROIL Don't let psoriasis skin disease keep you from wearing the clothes that will make you most attractive. Use Si ROIL to help remove those unsightly crusts and scales. 27 years of successful results. Apply SJroil at night--it won't stain clothing or bcdlincns. Sold on 2-v/tcks-satisfaciion or money refunded basis. AT ALL DRUG STORES WRITE FOR NEW F R E E BOOKIEF . r t o o aniw«rt oyour quciiioni about thii ikln disease. Wriltcn by a regiitered physfcion. SIROIl LABORATORIES, INC. Dept. Ill Santa Monica, Calif. One menthol cigarette has to taste best- HASEITINE'S HEALTH FOOD SALE! 5 BIG D A Y S SUNDAY, JAN. 31 THRU FEB. 4 SAMPLES -- SNACKS -- PRIZES FIRST GRAND PRIZE Lady's Beautiful Imported Jacket--Value $40.00 MANY OTHER PRIZES--TREASURE HUNT WINDOW PRIZE TO EVERY WINNER 2 for 1 S A L E HIGH GRADE YEAST POWDER Reg. 1.29 pound PATTON'S VITA NUGS Jmr Reg. 69c 2 BIG BARGAINS IN COLD PRESSED OILS SONA SAFFLOWER Keg. 95c Pint AO' Pinr Now O7 Rog. lT5~9" l~l'o Quart Now I ' I * Reg. 3.40 '/i Gal. Vi Gallon Now DREW'S RAW SUGAR Prsvrs. Reg. 47c for, SONA SOY OIL NOW 45 e Reg. 65c Pint Pint.: ACEROLA NATURAL C Rcq. 3.00 rorjOO 1 MONTH SUPPLY NU-LIFE And FLAVO-C Reg. 3.45 Value BOTH SUPPLEMENT $200 Reg. 1.19 9uarr QQc Quart ................. Now O * Rcq. 2.10 Vi Gal. V) Gallon ........ Now rft ' «3 * REMEMBER-- We carry ov*r 40 organic frulti, j/epttablei, dritd fruits. ORGANIC JUICEORANGE 3 1 CARROTS. 25-lb. Bog $ 1.95 HASELTINE'S 638 East 4th St., L. 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Change to Oasis--the best-tasting menthol cigarette yet!

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