Independent from Long Beach, California on February 22, 1964 · Page 10
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 10

Long Beach, California
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Saturday, February 22, 1964
Page 10
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A-IO--INDEPENDENT iFirehouse 'Frolics 9 in N.Y. to Be Probed ; By PEGGY POLK - NEW Y O R K (UP!) Bomed-u? Mayor Robert F.j 'lem firehouse of Engine Com-IwM DO tilling down the fire the neighborhood, cot con-ito the engine company. How- (pany 35, for about 30 days be- pole, or anything lie that," netted with the firehouse. ever, Thompson said "it u my "itween 3 and 6 a. m. (Thompson said. ^eld their parties on 'This was not a profession-] Wagner Friday demanded a the third floor, of the fire- al ' setup, but these women joined in. firm conviction at this time o f fufl probe of firemen's fire- house in the firemen's sleep- bouse frolics with playgirts *S quarters. acts oatte premises. I aont j · ,. j. » v T_ "I know the men were not know how much, if anything. were committing i m m o r a 1 to assault another, and m bat- acts on the premises. I don't talioa chief investigated. The during off-duty hours when they should b« playing check- en or chess. - Fire Commissioner Edward J. Thompson, who Thursday night suspended from duty a caitain and four firemen, told the mayor he was confident the three women involved were not professional prostitutes. He said they were just interested in showing the firemen and a few selected neighborhood fire-buff friends a good time. ·No e v i d e n c e has been turned over to the district attorney," Thompson said, because there was nothing to show the fire station was a house of prostitution. · He said Capt. Joseph J. Sosa, who has two heroism awards to his credit, and the four firemen will be tried on charges of conduct unbecoming a fireman by the department next week. They could lose their jobs. Wjgner told Thompson he wanted to make sure that no other firemen had similar sirer.s in their firehouses. Thompson replied he believed it was an "isolated" case. The commissioner refused to go into details. But he said the three women had been going to the station, the Har- Hhodcsia Fete LUSAKA C¥) -- Northern Rhodesia's cabinet has set up a committee on c e l e b r a - tions for Independence Day, expected to be Oct. 2V . ^ ^^ fr(e U the fire engines and there] were He said that some men in The situation came to light that the five men are the only when one of the firemen tried Participants- other than the t!C to Investigate Guess Learning WASHINGTON (UPI) --.use simple trial-aad-trror Ihe Department of Hea!th.' metfcodj tn1 ** not develop. Educate ^ JWto S |*g^Tthe^e 1 ^' approved a jrant of J2S.040,. .^r_. j..-,.._l_ .^1 to the regents of the Univer- is my jjty o f California, the office said Friday. Oair Engle D-Calif, selected outsiders. Thompson said that the five child's ability to learn when investigation uncovered the suspended firemen hare ad-the gets immediate knowledge sexual hi-juiks. DOOLEY SMASHES ALL DISCOUNT PRICES OH PORTABLE TV 1964 RCA Victor General Eledric 195 1964 Zenith 1964Westinghouse REMOTE CONTROL ll-lick witk iutiil Mur frit Stnici 1964 Sharp 16-Inch 1964 Emerson U-Sfatiort UHF Dcluie Mo!cl in Coforj nil tt-eAT muct ON m TV AT eooiif s Hardware Mart SI7S IONS ItACH 1119. NOIfH LONG IUCH There are 33 men assigned,the scandal "under oath." mitted their involvement ia'cf results of his guesses. Ordinarily, young children If j-oung chSdren can be taught to use this method of "intelligent guessing." they| win be able to solve problems much more effectively and. iM« ability to other' learning. HAVX YOU read "Per sonals" in Classified? It's fun. Check today and everyday. ALTOS FORD A RECORD BREAKING SALE THROUGH SUNDAY! 24 FRIENDLY SALESMEN TO SERVE YOU... 24 HRS. A DAY FULL FACTORY EQUIPMENT FACTORY EQUIPMENT =2099 FALCON 4-DOOR SEDAN 1979 FULL FACTORY EQUIPMENT WE ALLOWED $650 ON '52 FORD $850 ON '51 CHEV. $950 ON '56 MERC. $1550 ON '60 CHEV. F-100 FORD PICK-UP $1TOOOO USED CAR SPECIALS '62 FORD GALAXIE 10) 4-COOl HAIOTOr A«f**«fic. r.dTio, A r.«l b-.l., WV'. · Ic» ear. ^ ·* A A 1 /Illl If Jin · · ^ ^ 59 FORD GALAXIE S" TOWN TICTOIIA . . » r i . A t!««« etr. '61 DODGE 2-DR. HARDTOP ». .;J.- $OQQ oo. OvW woTTi. GcoJ '62 DODGE 4-DR. SEDAN $ /QQ Arla-rrt'c- A r«[ ·»..!. '53 RAMBLER AMBASSADOR Air t»*fife«ii. f t * »t t»i«r"i«9. f ewtr treVn. C«»- fi.c.t.i i;i. t.c.n.»« CM- fftem. '62 FORD SUNLINER coMTiiniii '61 T-BIRD 2-DR. HARDTOP H.cV. F.!T f o..r. .V e.n*»;«««i. trfr« fdotr c«r.1«J,t '61 FORD GALAXIE 4-BOOI SID AN WVt. »;Hl ni -tin or. left, l.o+w. wfcH. t'Jf w.n^ rild.i ***, raJ- ill »Horv A "It. '*'· '60 VALIAKT 4-DR. f,t cn,Jt.rf.r. Goal SCOO osm 60 FORD SUNLINER CONTEITItU ftajlo. l.of.r, eewcr »t«ir- ·»(. r e..r trat.l. faii.i «k. fH'i »'»on. »». .i4.w«n». Irfr* iJiorp. "Off Auto Row " W/iere Prices Are Low 2302 Bellflower Blvd. Juil South of WJI/ow, Ions Beach Open Daily--Evenings 'til 9-- OPEN All DAY SUNDAY

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