Independent from Long Beach, California on February 25, 1964 · Page 10
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 10

Long Beach, California
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Tuesday, February 25, 1964
Page 10
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im luck. OUL. tm_ Fa a POLITICS YD Rise Cause of Concern Young Demos, Education Israel Cabinet Wins Vole Test i 10 ***» ttm '« nyitertaaw n a |f an stocks Spnrtv called "a security 'mishap ia . ?*5 JERUSALEM. Israeli Sector ist opposition memberj afterjigjj- after ^^j^ oinhas' ROME (UPI)-- The Italiato. Cfl -- The government vrith-jAgriculture Minister Moshe Lavoa resigned as defense 1 sock market spurted MoaC* 'stood three no-confidence mo-Da van made a speech " ~ ' " i . . . _ _ _ _ . . j _ - . ·. By BOB HOUSER f««« "Should Collective be the topic of a debate be-, 503 Street. - ( tk»s ia the Israeli Parlia-.Pariiameot last week. Part^t^ ^ ttT jTM ^ ,Long-wood Cousutut-onal Re-iTtursday. 8p.m., at Cofo P. m «£ "o^r. ' !« *** speech wis deleted publicans at 8 o'clock tonight,Kelly School, Comptoa. ·"·-' TM* motjon * Uvaa was refiabil-'day following lanU-inflation measures. ° ; SACRAMENTO tf» --Gov. fore *« laD S Beacn Young Teachers H a v e » t the Ruth Bach library 'meeting » sponsored by tne (Were riled ^ Je(ti$t ^^ right -.| Bargaining?'* will^SeDftower Boulevard and Car- Comptoa Republican Precinct 1 c *~~* [OrEiaization. ' · ! · « . « statement referred CouicU. "It is a tremendous 1021. Los Angeles C i t y Wr, Oorce Me. Robert Tul- problem." School Teachers, AFL-CIO. Dr. Malcolm Merrill, direc- . . . . tor of public health, said the "SPACEMAXSHir- will be venereal disease rate ta$ in-jthe topic of an address by creased fourfold ia the past Richard Bray, an engineer three years. jvith the Firestone Space and i"The evidence is that with Missiles Division before ·*" the coming of antibiotic treat- GOODBYE MONEY PROBLEMS IN GETTING NEW DENTURES iOE SHEiL will | man George Nye, Robert Tul- speak ly and Mark Hannaf ord. the Chinese Wheat Sinks BUFJs'OS AIRES, Argentina rants we became too opti mistic." he said. "We cow are finding that ·ae hare to go back. We have mounted^ -- A Greek freighter sliced ai intensified program to get'into a barge ia the River si early cases. We also are Kate Monday and sent 1,500 intensifying our educational tons of grain for Red China program." .to the bottom. The 9.3CO-tcn Merrill said the increase is freighter Kyvernitis \v*s com- raost evident in people under ing in to pick up a load of 20. (Argentine wheat recently pur- * . . . . 'chased b the Red Chinese. AUTO GLASS INSOIANCE CUIUJ KANDIED COICtlT DISCOUNT PRICES Marine Glass Co, KITMQBIIlll ICITT II. Cor. I Ilk t Mitnlia fkon HE 7.7411 n ItS AND CKATEt -- COVC 1NO Clt TI*EM! HERE IS HOW IHUDLE THEM FOB TW 1. HOW MUCH DO YOU SAVE? After e irmratica sample dentures re show vtti prices cm'.ist thiiein. Too chooit jnur c«n wv^p. 1. NO MONEY DOWN: Us cish required on ipprc'.^ of fair credt Na finance ccrcparj_ Kj credit carts. Or. CimpbeH's DOT credit, lno»n for its ttsy simplicity. 3. PAYING AFTERWARDS: W i i k ten promptly. VtH 15 dr/^ to maVe ]nur first small piymeri Tike » torj js two years to pjy. TOUt OEN7VUS COM! FI1ST -MOMT IS SECONDAIT · · · EXAMINATION WITHOUT ATf OINTMENT · · » NO EXT1A CHA1CIfOl DlfRCUlT CASES ' · · · FAST ruTr JUTAJtS 1^446 PineAve. ^"Phoni HE 6-4072 PUBLIC NOTICE THIS IS HOW DOOLEY ? CAN SELL FOR LESS! LOW OVfRHfAD ., NO RINT NO EXPENSIVE TRADING STAMPS OPEN ONtr 2 NJTES A WEEK f WON. f R I : 9 to 9) FACTORY DfRECr BUYING GOOD MANAGEMENT FACTORIES PAX MOST OF THE AOVERTlSfNG BILLS DOOLEY'S Hardware Mart 5075 LONG BEACH BLVD.,-NORTH LONG BEACH NEW ST01E HOUIS: OHN WON. I FtL Front » t. t !·». Wri. nun, SOT, » t. i -- SUNDATJ II t* I -BROV^' SAID he was dis-, : tarbed by the rising incidence. There is evidence of a greater degree of license in] the marketing of books and motion pictures relating to s e x u a l promiscuity which deals directly with the prob- Itm." he said. " The governor also asked Merrill to work hard with young people in a program' lo curb cigarette smoking. ; 'This Is the place where we could make cigarette smoking socially unaccept-' able." he said. "We must slow it down with the young peo- "I don't think it can be; dune by penal law, but it can be done by education.TM Youth 6'fwg ')F«r ? Peril Is Stressed - SAN F R A N C I S C O Youth gangs in cities are waging \nr on social workers and social agencies which try to reach or reform them, the California A s s o c i a t i o n for Health and Welfare was told Monday. ' "The «jnly policy that has proved effective in coping with this situation is negotiation," Orville Luster, executive director of Youth for Service, told the association's 53rd annual state conference. '. "The gangs in our cities ruve an organization for combat complete with leaders. specialists in strategy and tactics, intelligence officers and supply personnel -- mostly girls," Luster said. I * * * · i "THE FACT that they have dccbred war makes us afraid cf them," he said. 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