Independent from Long Beach, California on April 5, 1962 · Page 7
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P.g. A.8-INDEPENOENT UM iuc«, cm. mm. AN* i. IMI Lvmnitzcr Stresses Peaceful Viet Ito!i TOKYO (Ul'l)--G«i. Ly man L. Lemnitzcr, chairman of Hie U.S. Joint Cliiefs of Staff, emphasized Wednesday that American military per sonncl in South Viet Nam "arc not there to engage in combat." He said their mission is to "advise, train and offer assist ance to the South Viet namcsc," not to fight. ITCHING EARS? Mo»*y lock Girarutt* . Do vtior ««r« Hch wnM vo* ***! ·*· w«rinf ff*fn »H--f»«n lw» U *o*4 mwf. TAVCO OINTMENT txtevt o*it r*l H t tn'**»»t ItONTtf w IM« fg«7tf1 t ·! tr* ovt*r **r k*n «n« knit *fm which c*rt*t It «n contact. '»"r* *» Al *1 mod Crv* » WMIHI* IUJUAU 30 70 (0 FORECAST For Daytime Thurtday Fijurn Shew High T*mp«rolui«l Expected Revival of Offshore Airport Plan Voted Dowii in City Council, 5-3 An attempt to revive the long-dormant. proposal for an offshore airport failed to get off the ground in City Council. . . Dy a 5-3 vote councilmen rejected a motion to seek a feasibility study by federal officials to construct at U.S. airport alongside the Navy breakwater. Vice Mayor Bert Bond tried to persuade his colleagues to forward such a request to Sen. Clair Englc. He said Engle had suggested it. But only Councilmen Andrew Baird and Emmet Sullivan supported Bond. Opposed were Mayor Edwin W. Wade and Councilmen Lewis D. Reese, Robert F. Crow. William Graham and Raymond C. Kealcr. Bond asserted that the improvement, if found practicable, would give Long Beach an airport of international scope, possibly in lime to accommodate visitors to the 19CC World's Fair. It also might lead to the closing of the Alamitos Naval Air Station and relief from Navy planes flyins over East Long Beach, the vice mayor added. Dissenting. Kcaler declared it would be "extremely untimely" to give the impression that the city might abandon Municipal Airport "and have fears arise that we might lose our largest industry, Douglas Aircraft Co." "There is no idea of taking out the Municipal Airport," Bond replied. Funliion* on Move (UPI) -- Simonelta and Alberto Fabbni, top figures in Italy's fashion world. announced Wednesday . they are moving to Paris. Roberto Capuccl, another blR name In Italian fashions, moved to France in January. LAXATIVE PUNISHMENT i price you can pay lot Ulinj chcml- ca] drun Uut may dry out bowel* lo came "rebound cmrtipation" or in-. Aammatioo ud whet mkl dncribrd m tratu a Or. Ed«td* aitc TaUen-- nwa o dxtttV Icit rf I teadim Uu- ti«n. Trill ho» th» brrtal l»n«r»lion ·m oa cmitiuifti acsrea d cmtlnKM w) aOrraxxiu. Fi»a»wle«drtail««ntelo Dr. Ed»aroV Otlv* Tabfetl. Dect. VAn. MtnvAii I. trrvu. «r etk vwr tar Or. Ed»ard' O».t TaWttl. BAND OF SHOWERS is expected today to fall from lower Lakes region southwestward through Ohio and Tennessee valleys into lower and central Mississippi valley and central plains. Occasional rain will fall in central Gulf stales and along north Pacific Coast. ;! COMPLETE WEATHER roitcitr Lent teach and Vicinity: Nn tunp/ tod«r *nd Fr.dtr. M.VNIMI Ari«s: Sunny tod«v and Frid«v. St^ohttv wirmrr today. IMnUr and Cmirt KrtM: Sunny todjy «nd FrIDjy. Sllehtlv mtrmer tocuy wim Motii a.n n. Orhh«rt Wind and wt«nirr rtrtuit (Pt. C«nct»ct«fi tt MciiCM Btrdrr): Light vtrub't windi becoming weft to soutftwett 19 to 29 hnotl In at'ernoons today and f rtd*». Nlofit and morning low ctovdt but tunny afternoons. Little terncwraturt ' SUN, MOON AND TIDES Stmrtw: 5:M am. Sunitt: « 1* om. Mtftwiit: * 7t am. Mocn«t: 7:34 Dm. Ti«f«: M.ght. 5.2 f«t at t:3t am. and 5 1 * loot at ):H am. and 00 fret at 3:30 D m. al 7 4 3 DM. Lowt. WCDNtSDAY'S WEATHCK BEPOBT1 Cahttrnia FRIENDLY SERVICE: an Important "plus" at the CALIFORNIA NATION'S LARGEST FEDERAL FEDERAL SAVINGS SAVINGS ASSOCIATION ·!··«!··· tuviu orricis Rig erar Rl»th« D*a«» Vali tl Cwtro H. t. *; si 44 51 n a n a H a Fresno fJrwfo Paim »! x · · **·('.* s.*^«tf* f**K--*f*--*-'.lQ f 'i.*nrlf*. ****'»* ».»*»F»**t *4 7T~A5'W S ^^fe^s^«|fe^^v^§ _ Beach sin ~Bern/rdino *I ** S*n O.etW _ - « U S*n Francttce ·* ** S*nfj B*rb*r« . 40 43 Victor-milt - // «J Acriit ttn N*f*fi L- Pr«. Miami Fort Worm He'e«a Honolulu . JJ U it 11 _ *' :* _ « M S 7I 3? i? *) _ 5? M 30 7? . il II . 43 71 ;: a . I?" u « «i 3 H. L. Pre. B.lch 71 U ee _ « Jl .03 St. P«gl *) M Jl ofllnoma City"! --. »· » .M PitHburgt) 7!".. r"T_-~ 31 J* Portland - 51 " Prno · - - - " ^* Richmond M )1 .. 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Gallon OTHER SPRING PAINJIHG ITEMS REDUCED FOR THIS SPEC//U PAINT SALE INTRODUCTORY OFFER! $122 OFF each Quart New Xp6I*t dear wood finish f« .^-i *·*»*. r*-*r;^. ,*u. 2.53 Value Now 5 'I" OFF 4" DuPONT BRUSH tK'i MO nylon bmt. hftr- f«ct for ol yovr \~M* and pvt»'t polnlnj Mtdk VAL. $4.95 Paint Roller and Tray 96c New Caulking Cartridge OD THAT NEEDS NO GUN /OC Plastic Dropcloth 29c Turpolene Paint Thinner, .gal. 59c Plastic Paint Pail 49c 5-Ft. Wood Stepladder 3.19 Other bargains, too. Stop in, look around--Save money at Dooley's HARDWARE HART · / ' 'i ' - , '- :: ^' : 5075 LONGBEACH BLVD.* NORTH LONG BEACH MON., THURS., FBI. 9 to 9 - TUES, WED., SAT., 9 to 6 - SUNDAYS 10 to 5

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