Independent from Long Beach, California on March 11, 1966 · Page 52
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--AP Wlrtphoto L *"« "**· «='"'·' '"., MK. ii, itu INDEPENDENT-Pags D-l' *PARTY ON THE LINE I ; ^rkmen with a railroad-snowplow crew walk atop hard-packed drifts | 'near Erie, S.D., that, reached communication lines in last, week's blizzard. «;~At extreme right, a workman stands on a drift covering the wires. Line I .: repair continued Thursday. ' School Ousting Dope smokers Bond Vote Includes Harbor Schools · w.»u 189,500,000 borid'is- Angeles City [s,i to be decided in 7 state primary, ides funds for the con- n - o f f o u r n e w in the harbor area.. |or emphasis in the area will be on in the growing un- Jncorporated C a r s o n and .·Dominguez areas, according ·to a breakdown of proposed Jfunds released.by Superintendent Jack P. Crowther. f The new s c h o o l s pro- ppseS.for the'area include .Vjinibr high school in the 'Dominguez area, the Anna;lee Avenue and Broadacre 'A'venue elementary schools Jin the Dominguez area and ·a}i u n n a m e d elementary 'school to be 'built in unin- icprporated area north of \Vilmlrigton. location of the ·latter school is described as ·north of Fries Avenue. ' * ., - * * * * ; [ L A N D PURCHASES in Ithe "harbor area are proposed for new elementary .schools in the Dominguez ;and Harbor City areas, and Jand additions are proposed ^or the existing Cabrillo JA venue, Normont and Park \Ves tern PI ace elementary ^schools and San Pedro High 'School. s . . ' · Additions to e x i s t i n g ischools are proposed at the Uandini Street Branch, Bo- [When climbing any ladder, social or busi- Tmss, it'comes easier the National way. ! Good dancing, like good business helps you take the right step at the right time. Expert, friendly instruction sees to that '·Si National. Cteck in at the modern, air- conditioned studio... 2026 P a c i f i c Ave., Long Beach. Or call 5^,1-5651. Either way, your iirjt step up iiie ladder of success. NATIONAL nita Street, Caroldale Avenue, D e l A mo, Eshelman Avenue, Gulf Avenue, Halldale A v e n u e , Leapwood Avenue, Lomita, Normont, Park Western Place, Taper Avenue, 223rd Street, 232nd Place, White Point and Wilmington P a r k elementary schools. . « * * « ADDITIONS ALSO a r e planned at Fleming and Peary Junior High Schools, at Carson,.Gardena and San .Pedro High Schools and at the Shoemaker and Sellery schools for physically handicapped pupils'. Crowther said the bond issue, first for the unified- school district since May 1963, would provide 2,635 classrooms for the system and v i r t u a l l y eliminate double sessions. The bond issue would require approval of two - thirds . of.. the voters for passage. . 5 Years for §50 I.AS VEGAS, Nev. (UPI)-William Wayne Souders, 27 a Marine stationed at the sup ply center in Barstow, Calif. was sentenced to prison Thursday for five to six years Souders was convicted . o robbing a downtown motel o $50. ·-. niversity disclosed Thursday lat some of its students have een smoking marijuana, and rom 8 to 10 of them were.ex- ected to be dismissed. President M. Ellis Drake aid a state police investiga on disclosed that students ad been using the narcotic n arid off the campus for the ist month. Drake said several tudents admitted to troopers ley had smoked marijuana. )nq woman, student, a fresh- nan, was found to have had drug in her possession. GOOD' LOCATION for de- cribing the TV sets you'd ke to sell: the' Classified ection. Dial HE 2-5959 now. PENSIONERS If you srs hard of hearing, wa h«va special information about Hearing Aids available on the new C a l i f o r n i a State Ad- miniittred' Plan. Send Hill coupe* er con* Into the office for further Information. [ NAME .... I' | CITY 1 PHONE ADDRESS .... M AH O HEARING AID CENTER 246 E. Broadway, L. B. Phone: 432-3431 DOOIEY "SMASHES" 23" Rectangular TELEVISION SALE PRICES! All consoles are in deluxe wood cabinets PACKARD BELL ALL-CHANNEL A beiutiful console in deluxe walnut cabinet. 168 RCA VICTOR ALL-CHANNEL In a deluxe wood cabinet. Italian Provincial. 158 SYLVANIA ALL-CHANNEL LOW-BOY walnut, maple or fruihvcxxl deluxe cabinet. 178 GENERAL ELECTRIC Oak finish deluxe wood cabinet. 138 ZENITH ALL-CHANNEL A deluxe wood console. 178 Other TV consoles in French Cherry, Colonial Maple and Italian Provincial styling .at similar low discount prices! FRE- DELIVERY, 90-DAY SERVICE IN YOUR HOM: AND FULL GUARANTEE WflLEY'S Hardware Mart 5075 LONG BEACH BLVD.-NORTH LONG BEACH Mon. ami Fri., 9-9; Tues., Wed., Thurs., Sat., 9-6; y. 10-5 Starting March 27 onTWA jets You save $ 72.55 on a New York round trip! Big Jefc Coach savings to other TWA cities in the U. S., too. The new 30-day Round Trip Excursion fares are good Monday noon to Friday noon, and Saturday noon to Sunday noon. (Sorry, but we can't make the offer during the heavy-traffic holiday periods, or peak travel times in June and August.) Not a "stand-by" fare, A reservation means a seat! No question about it--when you've got a reservation, you'll be on the jet. All arrangements are handled and confirmed exactly as if you were a full-fare passenger. We cut the fare--but not the service. You get 25% off the regular Jet Coach fare, but still enjoy TWA's usual fine service. A complimentary meal. And on non-stops from Los Angeles to Chicago, New York, Boston, Philadelphia and Washington, a wide-screen color movie presented by Inflight Motion Pictures, Inc.--plus 8 channels of good music. Now's your chance--don't just sit there! This is the year to take that big trip-at these big savings. For all the facts on our new 30-day Round Trip Excursion fares, call TWA at 639-8000. Or see your travel agent and specify TWA. We're your kind of airline. ·Fareseffective beginning March 27,28 or 31--depending on destination. SubiecttoRovernmentapproval. Not good on local «erviceln California.

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