Independent from Long Beach, California on March 15, 1966 · Page 7
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 7

Long Beach, California
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Tuesday, March 15, 1966
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Yankees \ NAIROBI,; Kehya'{fi Em ba£sy#i ye s: and '.ch i Idren 1) a ye;* been ..'evacuated from Kigaie,:"the. .hilltop "capital of puajlda, 'tq/Nairpbi as an in- yasipn^'pf ;':Ruahda by. thou$ands^pf ;wel 1-armed -Watutsi Warriors appeairedMmminent. '· A Canadian CIS aircraft is standing by- at Leopoldville, ThefCongb, ready to fly out nearly 100 Canadians teach- fng'at Ruanda's National University in Butare. ,-· * * * t ·'. AN . ESTIMATED 2,500 Watutsis are massed at three camps close to the border in neighboring Burundi, armed with modem automatic weap pns, mostly of Chinese origin ; The Watutsis, a warrioi race;:..,fled from Ruanda ir I963rSyhen the country's more riunverpus Bahutus turned on therrt'and killed thousands. ; . According to intelligent reports f r o m Burundi, OK Watutsis--some of whom ar seven feet tall--fought at tin side of the Congolese rebel: but early this yenr crossec into Burundi. They are led b several Peking-trained expert in guerrilla warfare. Shot Woiinds Defendant in Murder PINE BLUFF, Ark. M) The defendant in a murde trial ..was seriously wounde by gunfire in a crowded couri house corridor during a reces Monday. Bullets struck James Mille 26; of Pine Bluff in the head chest and back as he stoo outside the courtroom doo "Oh, ray God, I'm shot Mi|l.'said is he slumped t the fjgor. Sheriff's deputy Pink Boc her jj$|d he grabbed Chauc Willjghis, 38, of Pine Bluff, a WilljtTms ran down the bac sta.irs-nof the courthouse. Milter was charged wit second degree murder in t! Oct. 31 shooting of.William daughter, -Dorothy,' 19j at Pine Bluff cafe. Williams was taken to ja fo£ questioning. Officers al questioned his wife, Rozen Nn c h a r g e - w a s filed in mediately, Booher said. Indonesia Reds Must Surrender SINGAPORE OR--Lt. Gen. uhartp ordered an Communist all Indone- officials of hatever rank M o n d a y to urrender to local " military ommands by the end of arch, Radio Jakarta orted. The new Indonesian strong- ian warned that action will i taken against those ignor- ig the order. He also di ected all political parties to Correction v di Bond-Law Error Voted SACRAMENTO (DPI)--The Assembly approved a constitutional amendment Monday to correct an error the legislature made last year in trying to make it easier for local school districts to pass bond issues. · The a m e n d m e n t , which to Hie -Senate on a 55-8 ccept no lembers. vote,. would permit bond issues during a statewide election to pass if approved by 60% - 'of those voting on it Communists .as The legislature last year meant to do that but instead A big rally will be held in akarta Tuesday to show the Jeople's "utmost gratitude' o Suharto for banning the ommunist Party. The broadcast d e c l a r e d .atements "of support, ju- ilation a n d gratification" 'ere still flowing in to Suhar- o for taking over the gov rnment. Informed sources in Singa- iore said Suharto and his upporter, Gen Abdul Haris ^iasution, were consolidating icir position and were re- eiving pledges of support rom provincial chiefs and oliti c a l o r g a n i z a t i o n liroughout the nation of 3000 slands; nadvertently specified that :ho 60% was to be based on ihe total voting in the elec tion. If the Senate approves the amendment, it will go on the November ballot and compete with the inadvertent measure The Assembly last week passed a bill which would go into effect if the constitution al amendment is approved Both the bill and the amend ment are in the Senate. Watts Trouble Feared Over Factory Firings SACRAMENTO OP) -- As- iemblyman Mervyn Dymally, 3-Los Angeles, said Monday a labor dispute has provoked a "potential major racial dis urbance" in Los Angeles' Watts-Central area. Dymally, chairman of the Assembly Industrial Relations Committee, said lie has con- : erred with Gov. Brown's of- ice, LI. Gov. Glenn M. Anderson and the Industrial delations Department about .he disagreement. He said the dispute was louched off by the firing ol Megro employes of Capita" Metals, in Watts, a f t e r they joined the International Long shoremen's and Warehouse men's Union. Dymally sai they were replaced by Mex can-American workers. A conciliation s e r v i c e spokesman said efforts to get he parties together thus far lave failed, but that he would continue to work toward that end. John Buggs, head of the County H u m a n Relations Commission, was called into talks Sunday night. About 15 or 20 of the ap proximately 30 strikers involved attended the meeting with Buggs and others. They agreed to delay any alternative course at least until Wednesday to give the con ciliation service a chance to arrange a meeting. LBSC POLt Voles Deciding Favorite Prof A "favo.rile professor" contest will h i g h l i g h t "Know Your Faculty Week" which started Monday at Long Beach Slate College under sponsorship of the Associated W o m e n Students. As a feature of the obser- ance, students w i l l elect their favorite professor. Voting ends Wednesday. (Adyerllsemenl) Senlpr Citizens Live in Long Beach's finest res honie. Priv.ue room and halh. l.o^ riles. Oprntcii by RrRistercrt N'nue llesso's H j i c n . 282S F. 2ml St. LOUR Ilcjch. Cf. .(-92M UK*), e*i'., TW.., Mtr. it, iw INDEPENDENT-- P LOS ANGELES (UP!)--The State Conciliation Service at tempted Monday to bring to g e t h e r representatives striking employes of the Capitol Metals Co. and the south Los Angeles firm; Original Oil Paintings OI'I.N \VI DNFSDAY THRU SUNDAY in A.M I'O ^ P.M »35 UST CAKSON PHOHI 119-1111 A Zenith Hearing Aid candoalotforyoursmile. An easy smile is a beaut iinl thine. But do you strain or hesilnte because you haven't h e a r d ? Don't be uncertain about your smile anymore. See us if you have an electronically correctible loss.\Vocan match one of 1G different '/.cnilli Living Sound Hearing Aids to your special hearing problem. And a X.enith can do a lot for your smile. In case you haven't heard. *7f*JTtf imOWiV-POTTEU JLABS SOS ELM, LONG IEACH . HI 7-0445 -- \ = manning's COMPLETE BUDGET DINNER every night includes: Salad Featured Entree Potato or Vegetable Roll and Butter Dessert Choice of Beverage SUNDAY Baked Ham J59 MONDAY Roast Bce£ TUESDAY Meat Loaf 119 WEDNESDAY .Chicken SJ49 THURSDAY Veal Parmigiana (1) Choose an open area away from roads. (2) Make sure your kile is free of ; metal parts in frame or tail. (3) Use (fry cotton siring only. @Fly kile away from TV or radio aerials and overhead wires. g) If your Ute gets caught in power lines, leave it alone. ©Fly kite on a dry day. Billow tteie r»l($ aid ywll *w FRIDAY Pish SATURDAY Chopped Steak Southern California Ed/son No place like manning's CAFETERIAS LONG BEACH ' 327 Pine Ave. SEAL BRACK Leisure World Shopping Center ' a y Blvd.) 6 dumb ways to pass another car Passing another car seems so simple that you don't even think about It. (With luck, you may get to think about it In the hospital.) So.please. Think about It now. And If you- ever find yourself doing even one of thes«;.--sv dumb things, never do It again/ You may just have used up all the dumb luck ·=*!! that's coming to you. 1. Pass on hills and curves every chan get. It's the sporty thing tp do. We at! know I'M a passer should be able to see a fu|l mile clear road ahead, but you ought to be able shave that in half and get away with It. 2. Once you start to pass, pass. Don't back to your safe spot because It looks as you'll be caught in. a squeeze. Stay In wrong lane and brazen .It out. 3. If you're carrying 2 or 3 passengers, you£=TM* [ car will take 25 0 /o to 40% "longer to get up to"^^" passing speed. Bill what do you care? Just hit; the gas pedal as hard as you can-and give?,; *everybody a thrill. -- ££. 4. Never check the position of the car be- ~r- hind you before you swing out If he's starting' "_· to pass you, that's his problem, right? ~ *~ 5. Pass on the right as often as you can. No'-' '*'·· lice the priceless expression on the ether drivi. ·(.» er's face. You may die laughing. a fl, 6. Don't waif until you can see ihe car you've, just passed in your rearview mirror U' you swing in-ahead of it. Show off a little. Cut 5 back fast. Right in front of him. ~~ Of course, there are more than 6 dumb ,,,,,,, to pass other cars. And new ones-are being invented every day. That's why we're putting these ads in the papers. The'.fewer dumb things you'do, the better^ chance we have of getting you to try our gaso-"?5 line and oil. "J£i We'd like you to know how to pass everySpSr thing on the road except our service stations'/^- We want you to live.

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