Independent from Long Beach, California on February 27, 1969 · Page 34
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 34

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TOR COlim BI;1LD1\(; IN 1969 Edison Plans $78.3-MillwnFacilities INDEPENDENT (AM) PRESS-TELEGRAM !PW]_B-5 W«l i ? okesillan for Southern California Uiiisoii said \vednesday m Long Beach the company has budgeted 3..8.J million for construction of new eicctr.c facilities in l.os Angeles County during 1909. ·v-,, V liS -n- g " re is part of a instruction budget totaling .Vi;ll.4 million Edison will invest in additions to its elec- ti ic system throughout central and Southern California and parts of Nevada, according to District Manager H i - Hanawah. n , P n t f w '" to °P eratin S wilh lhe Los Angeles Department of Water and Power in construction of a 750 000- bordei m CU "' em ''^ fr ° m L ° S A " seles '° lhe Or ' egon Swelling Plant currently under construe- Doolcy's Super Special CR932W Contemporary. Walnut Grained meas. 295 SO. IN. PICTURE, LARGEST COLOR TUBE MADE BIG Bell.EB COLOR TV CONSOLE 25,000 Volts picture power, Transistorized UHF tuner, Set-N-Forget VHP fine tuning, front speaker and UHF loop antenna. OOOLEY'S SALE PRICE: 398 88 FREE DELIVERY, 90 DAYS SERVICE IN YOUR HOME, 2 YEARS PICTURE TUBE GUARANTEE AND 1-YEAR PARTS GUARANTEE) Packard Bell C0968 Mediterranean Spanish 1969'Models Compare Dooley's LOW PRICES! DOOLEY'S Hardware Mart 5075 LONG BEACH BlVD -NORTH LONG BtACH lion is a 790.000-kiluwatt !»'. m Onnond Beach in Ox- narrj. Coal-supplied electricity will he supplied to the Ldi- son system for the first time when a 795.000-kiiowatt generating unit in the Four Corners region of New Mexico starts commercial operation on July 1. Another unit of similar size is under construction ai the same site and is scheduled tor completion in July, )970. Both units are being built under the regional joint-planning concept of WHST (Western Energy Supply and Transmission) Associates. Construction is continuing on a n o t h e r WEST- planned project, the Mohave Generating Station in Clark County, Ncv. Throughout the year Edison will continue 10 construct extra high-voltage transmission lines and towers 10 bring power from the Nevada and New Mexico pin- jects to lhe Southland, Hanawah said. lhe district manager said the company now has more than 11500,000 kinowatts of new generating capacity in varying stages of construction, scheduled for compleiion by the end of 1972. During this four-year period the utility will spend an estimated $1.4 billion on new construction, he added. Finest Funerals+Recognized Lowest Prices Utter *aAetHHMi/j£itf. ^eacAst/oVuMy. 2727 EAST CARSON BOULEVARD · 537-1911 KENNEDY! (Continued From Page B-l) war, one of these days he'll wake up and find it's Nixon's war. He knows if thai happens, he'll never be a great president. He'll also insure that Democratic forces of reform will sweep in." Bui what changed Robert Kennedy from a man at home with machine politicians 10 a man who exemplified the dreams for change of young America? "Kennedy had a perpetual sense of outrage," Halberstam says. "When hs was attorney general, he was outraged by Jimmy Hoffn. Later, lie aimed thai, passion toward more serious American problems." "He had a clean mind unencumbered by ideology," Halberslam says. "He learned it. was the responsibility of the privileged to make life more bearable for others. Everyone but l.h-s professional Bobby- baiters didn't doubt his sincerity, even if t h e y thought he was wrong." Kennedy--who had taken "the long journey into darkness" that makes a man see the society he's taken for granted must undergo radical change-had the unique a b i l i t y to take others on t h e same journey. "He brought people like Jesse Unruh around," Hal- bcrstam says, "lie was able to make others see what, he saw." THIS IEEKMIKM ARCH 1*2 HISTORIC BIUIABD DISPLAY AID SBlfMT MILT BILLIARB riBIBITIOH SE7OTEZHIBITION -- Si 1 -- TESM ROPING In 1 IIW I I M f c j hustle over this weekend to see * rare and wonderful collection of historical billiard tables. You can have a ball learning the background of ihis art from a fine collection of old prints depicting the game. Then cue yourself on Sunday lo a billiard c.xhibi' ; on by prol'csMonals! And the whole family will ha\e fun exploring and discovering the other amuse- m e n t s at The I'la/.a. There's a Play C o r r a l , Tishin' Hole, and Hay Mouse lor lhe kids, while you browse in t h e b a r g a i n - c r a m m e d c o u n t r y style shopi. Finish oft the day wilh K relaxing meal at our spanking new, early-California ranch restaurant, "The Homestead)' Ranclio California, 87,500 acres of matter- planned farms, Mnchei.dliry farms,thorough- brad hors* ranches, hamisites, business and recreational ureas, is owned by wholly-owned subsidiaries of Kaiser Aluminum A Chemical Corporation, Kaiser Induitriti Corporation, ind Micco Corporation. /] jgCTg^^^ij^iiiijy!pre^g^.:v!.^ '· ....:*.· .·;..;'..: i,*-,^:.^ *.-:. .,.A.. _.:. ..A :.*.-· L ·.!.,.* * .'I' ...... IN TODAY- OUT TOMORROW (or any other day)-you still receive 5'' INTEREST AT GIBRALTAR No waiting period. No loss of interest. If you have to withdraw funds before (he end of a quarter, you stii! receive lull interest for every penny, every day your money has been in your account. Even if it's for just one day. Start your savings earning the nation's highest interest, compounded daily, and the most generous interest benefits--including a true day-in to day-out return on your money. GIBRALTAR EXTRA INTEREST DAYS. Funds received by the 10th of any month still continue to earn extra interest irom the 1st, when left to flia ertd of the quarter. Up to 10 extra interest days per month. Savings withdrawn before the end of the quarter still earn interest from day-in to day-out. ALWAYS SOMETHING EXTRA GIBRALTAR ©SAVINGS [H^/ AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Tnere Is A Gibraltar Office Near You KVERYHIllS(H»«ie»rfN SlllWil'-MeatDobeny 272-2111 LOS ANGtUS-OOWOOWK Sixth J K.il Streets BALOWIK MILS 3701 SMth la 6153, ntsr Rode* 255-4471 8UR8AH* *»N. Golden Hap 845-1511 WD-WltSHIRt 3245 Wilsfc.W. of Vermont 385-6151 PANORAMA CITY 14400 Rescue, vy. \y. Nuys Bivi S8S-4411 FVUEItTON 255 'H. OrangetriGipe. near Hatter 871-6101 SAN MARINO 2295 Huntmgton 0-. cawsite City HsJ 756-6141 HUNT1KG10N PARK 6301 Pacific Blvd. at Ciarenao* 53S-7273 LONG BUCH 232 Lou? BsacnBivt SANTA MONICA «OWiisr':eB.«.«4ft J34-3/37 XtST YALIEY 22922 View, cwsite Sears o37W60

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