Independent from Long Beach, California on February 13, 1958 · Page 18
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 18

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, February 13, 1958
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B-4--INDEPENDENT PRICE ,OF RESTORING FRIENDSHIP BRUSH-UP EXPERTS . . -7 Three of the 20 members of Painters Local 256 who volunteered to paint m- . -side and outside of Exceptional Children's Foundation, 4519^ Stearns St, -stand with brushes at the ready. From, left: ^Ed Clark, Bert Webb and C. E. '-: : Cabot. Painters volunteered after the foundation's president,,Mrs Malcolm d contacted the local's business agent, Wayne Hull--(Staff photo.) Suspend Negro Girl iii Arkansas School GOOD ANYTIME -- -fclassi- fied ads reach your prospect at HIS convenience! For an ad- writer -call HE 2-5959. LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (S -- Mirniie Jean Brown, one of the nine Negro students at Little Rock Central High School, was suspended Wednesday for two weeks and Supt, Virgil Blossom recommended that she be expelled from the school, for the rcsi; of the year. If the school board follows the superintendent's recom- meiidation, the girl could enter tntf. all-Negro Horace Mann .You can't reduce prices; you can't eliminate taxes; ·and you can't control stock 'market fluctuations. But you CAN do something to increase your income :this year. Open a savings account *h«re the return is higher 'and where your money is always worth 100 cents on the dollar. .Community Savings is the place because -- »Interest is paid 4 timu · a year · Your sjvinp fully insurnf ;to?10,000 Jj · Current innuilr»t«iJ..*t . 1 consecutive ; interest payment* ALL SAVINGS. RECEIVED BY" WE 10th OF ANY MONTH EARN FROM THE 1st Stop in at one of our 3 CONVENIENT OFFICES ?r just mail in your check, 'We furnish postage-paid :$AVE-Kr-MA/£, ENVELOPES COMMUNITY : SAVINGS ·JllX A. DUNN, HESIDJNT 3901 Atlantic Avi. BIXBY KNOLLS -.otter ojfictt: COMPTON ·PARAMOUNT '75359 Paramount 'Blvd. High School, a spokesman said, or re-apply for entrance at Central next year. Minnie Jean's mother, Mrs. W. R. Brown, told reporters of the suspension and recommeda- tion following a closed hearing at the school board office. Blossom later.confirmed it. * » * * MRS. BROWN said she would . resist any order removing her j daughter from the previously all-white school. Minnie Jean, a 16-year r old junior, has "been involved in a number of incidents with white students. She was suspended first prior to the Christmas holidays for throwing soup at a white boy in what Blossom called "a lit of temper." Later, a white boy was suspended for throwing soup on Minnie Jean. The latest suspension grew out of a name-calling, purse-wielding i n c i,d e n t with a white girl. The white girl withdrew from school. AF Hints Thor Picked Over Jupiter WASHINGTON (ttE)-- T h e Air' Force has hinted to Congress that it may abandon the Army-developed Jupiter as a military missile in favor of its own intermediate range Thor, it was disclosed Wednesday. A House A r m e d Services Committee made public, testimony showing the Air Force Secretary James H. Douglas touched off a furor at a hearing last Friday when he revealed he was trying to decide between 'the two missiles. Although the Army developed the Jupiter, the Air Force has responsibility for operating it and the Thor.'Both of the 1,500- mile ballistic missiles were ordered into production by defense Secretary Neil H. McElroy only two months ago. While the name are similar, the Jupiter is radically different from the Army's Jupiter- C missile which hurled the Explorer satellite into orbit Jan. SI. The Jupiter-C' is built around the Army's 200-mile Redstone missile. * '* · » MEANWHILE, President Eisenhower signed into a law a bill authorizing $549,670,000 worth of emergency military construction. The . legislation was designed to help speed the development of missiles and space projects. 'The- Air Force announced that the first squadron chosen to operate its Atlas intercontinental ballistic missile would start training April 1 at Cooke Air Force base in California. The Air Force has estimated iiat Atlas ICBM missile will ready for operational use about 1 December, 1959. Dollar Days at downturn Long Btaeh - S»» Pag* DD1 American children are better fed- thanks to Advertising! ABVUTIJIMC Remove Troops, Tunis Tells France TUNIS UPl-^Tunisirf; demanded. Wednesday'the. evacuation of all French forces as the price o£. restoring FrencS- Tunisian frendship. The government, underscored its demand · with- a display -of increased hostiliiy, including firing on a French: patrol 'boat at Bizerte. . . .. In : retaliation for France's air attack on the border Village of Sakiet Sidi Youssef Saturday,'Tunisian President'Habib Bourguiba' told · France to pull out.her 15,000 troops and give up her strategic naval base at Bizerte. But the French showed no signs of bowing to Tunisian demands. ' ' '' From the Arab world;, came pledges of support for the jTu- sians. ,' ~ J* *. · * N E I G H B O R I N G Ubya strongly condemned the French attack which the Tunisians say killed 68 persons nad wounded 84. Ten others were reported missing. · · . Lebanon denounced "French acts of violence" apd. declared its solidarity with Tunisia. Iraq announced, it is ready to: re- spond'to .any demand from ·Tunisia to halt "French criminal acts against North African countries and maintaining peace in that area." Egypt and Syria have already denounced..the attack. ·In non-Arab-Iran, the Senate expressed "hate" toward the French. -' ·· '· . ,V · '· *':; » .DT. PARIS :the French were reliably .reported ready to seek to have all French bases in Tunisia brought directly under command of the North.Atlantic Treaty Alliance. Then 'Bour- guiba' would have to deal with the IS-nation military ^orce of the NATO alliance. ·' Although Tunisia is not a member of the; Alliance, she is friendly to the West. She has received both' .financial and military.aid from NATO's biggest member -- the United States: · ; " .. Bourguiba's demand for the removal o f . French garrisons came after, he.'talked with a string,of foreign diplomats, in r eluding U. S. Ambassador G. Lewis Jones. As they conferred an angry crowd; of Tunisians outside the presidential palace clamored for action. « · _» .* ' "OTJT WITH THE French," they cried. "Give us arms." They - broke ' up and · went home after. Bpurguiba . announced . his demand for the removal of French forces? "That and that alone can reestablish a ' climate of friend- hip cleansed of the remains of oloniailism," he;said.- As he spoke his weakling army defied French might Na-' tional .Guard troops barricaded the "French 'military bases. Truckloads. .of- Tunisian'. troops ushed to. Bizerte to build de- enses around the'entrances to the port's .excellent, natural .arbor. ' .- . Or.ders for the buildup came after- 'Tunisian forces fired ivith small arms at a French aval patrol craft trying'.to lip out of the harbor Wednes- NOWI COCOANUT OtOVI DU 7-jon ''' *** L"^ C-Kovacn; day, night. When the firing started, ,the craft-returned to the base. Helps You Ovtreomt FALSE TEETH ' Looseness! oiid Worry · No longer be innojred or led lll-«t- ewe temiMof looee. wobbly MM teeth. M6TIETH,ui improved ·Un- laut (non-acid)' powaer epHnfcled OB TOUT pl^tet holai them nimer to they fnl mor* oomlortrtle. Avoid «mD«r- it »nv drui oounter. FOUND A new ·way io correct hearing loss inconspicuously-'with, flattering. New Maico Hearing Glasses. Use your 'own glass frames or any design, o f . your choice." See "them today.-at MAICO HEARING CENTER --Sam 'Goodman, Mgr.,. Lobby, Professional Blag., 8th ·"' Pine, H E 6-2077.'. · ' · ' ' ' . " . - - . 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