Independent from Long Beach, California on April 4, 1963 · Page 54
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PI 15 UDfrtKCtHT'irttTIttCIlM t IMC*, tttt^ run- *xt 4. nu $500 Lighter Is Offered NEW YORK (UPI) -- An- export luxury items as well other item for that "man who « l h « *^* " n se of lower- his -ven-thing- has been Pf*** 8««J» shipped here by ixo-eht to New York by Jap-hu company and other Japanese inventor Taisho Ikeya. ,»«*« exporters. . . . ,. . . The Jjpanese inventor spent It I whit may weU be the.^, fi ht 5*,^^ world's most «pens.ve ag-' the i^hter. which haYa unique tittle lighter-18 karat gold _ !ch * t tem ^ ldj ^ ts , and priced at $500. | the ntait to coordinate with| Tkeya, vke president of the climate. It operates with Ichikawa Sangyo Co. Ltd, of a two-part interior automatic Tokyo, laid his firm initiallyjcally changing the fuel into a produced just 100 of the gas pas vapor that ignites the mo- lightert to show Japan can'ment the switch is flicked. Closed TV System Used for Hospital CHICAGO (UPI--With a operates' through the hospi- flip of the switch, patients atjuTs main switchboard, en- Resurrectk-t Hospital can abling the night supervisor to FORT PORTAL. UgaaU tippoi tfl -- Here's aa African foot-jlions. ·i FREE UITU tin f 01 THt Limit: EASTER SPECIALS for thi Biaotiful Blontfi Utr»icii( e^pRQ Clllriin * f OU ·iw Furl f Cimililt Tin Tmr " _ BLEACH TONER irV.'JTS '» students. SJ5.SD Viln ClBllltl find out what's going on behind the hospital scene. · Th« hospital is believed to be the first in the country to televise its own programs for the information and entertainment of its patients. . The only other hospital with a similar program is one in San Francisco which televises programs on closed circuit to entertain its young patients. Other hospitals televise operations and other technical medical procedures Sister Gregory. C R., Resurrection Hospital administrator, said the program has three-phase integrated syv tern. THE SYSTEM includes closed circuit programs tele- Lions Take to Trees as Hiking Craze Hits Africa teep an eye on the hospital's emergency room entrance. This line is separate f roa the monitoring system that has been in operation in the pediatric ward for the put three years. Closed circuit also enables visiticg children under 14 who are cot, allowed above the first floor to have audiovisual conversations with their parents. ' The Ladies Auxiliary financed the entire closed circuit program which took two ,, (they crossed the equator. P. A. Chantry, manager of what U. S. hiker can ten that the Tufmac Fish COL, read in] to the Marines? t L'ginda newifiper about ' ' the American walking feats. He and three of his African staff walked 50 miles in 18 hours and 55 minutes. Thirty 'miles was through the Queen Elizabeth Park, amid thousands of elephants, buffaloes. Largest Mailing In Their History FORT MADISON. la. (UPI) ( Ca to teacher* across the na--The Ui Post Office In this.tion. community of 15.000 resi-| Postmaster Marion Moseley and tree · climbing dents has completed handling and staff cow have the pros- the largest tingle rft^njig in pect of handling seven] hun- note to the U. S waBcingj. TJ, the courte of their hike, it* 127-year history. More'drtd thousand incoming re- than one million letters are'plies to a special offer consent by the Educational Serv- tained in the pen firm's let- ice division of Shaeffer Pen ter. vised by the hospital, the five outs,de television networks officUU years to insult The women raised funds through gift shop and thrift shop returns and bike sales. Resurrection's p r o g r a m , which is attracting national attention, is still in the exper- Arizona Bars Name 'Saloon 1 TUCSON WV--A newcomer to Tucson found himself in trouble when he opened an the old-fashioned bar with the sign "Saloon" outside. State liquor control agents descended on him, pointing SPECIAL FOR MOM $1AOO FREDERICK'S WONDER WAVE Ttt Ultiaal* ii Worn" ,., '35" li llM Ctartl br TliM ·* lliuktl Iii 10 COMPUTE ATTENTION AIL IIUNITUS. lloidn ci4 StAtadl ... Clotr-Oi!t famon I-Wwl »iis« $000 .·»]* mm Ulitlma- 11 lane 1638 E, Artcsia of v~taiiln GA 2-0333 and a monitoring line. A cameraman who is a regular hospital staff member is on duty through the hours of television operation from 6JO a.m. to 10 p.m. Through closed circuit, patients are taken on tours of various hospital departments. Extensive tours have been conducted through the x-ray, laboratary, physical therapy and anesthesiology departments. Patients also are able to view dairy mass and other religious services and programs on their bedside screen. ?references. . out the word "saloon" is out lawed in Arizona to advertise a beer parlor. After changing the sign to 'Lounge," the man opened for business. The Most Complete Yardage j. ^ - . ' v * · · " ' * _ . ' ' *--' ~ - ' Store iii the Entire .Area ; The lowest Prices to Be found at All Times ... Anywhere Thousands of Yards Bblis Galore! Remnanis · Draperies :'_'. ·Yardage :": \ ( · " · Upholster*: -. Ing COOPER'S YARDAGE 13133 E*»t r*n»a At X«rw«Ik BlrJ. H«vlUn Ctrirmt Open 7 Days-Mon. Fri. Eve. 'til 9; Sun. 10 'til 6 UN 5-8269 Thompson's 'BARGAIN CENTER' where values are born . . . Special Purchase Sale! -- and you can ... THE MONTTORLNG line CAL M E M B E R S H I P SHOPPING CENTER VALUES C h o o s e Your Owji C o m b i n a t i o n From a Closeout of Warehouse Stock! Solid maple in warm, glowing Salem finish at a low, low price! Hurry! Quantity is limited... S Made! LW992 Model IW-E30 (Cu) Bvj now larinj Gtt Drjer Daji! 12 LB. CAPAOTY 2-SPEED WASHER Wrlh MATCHING CYC1E 5-HEAT SUPER WASH! 2-SPEED DRYER! · Super Wash Cyds gives special attention to greasy, grimy efotheil Mix Dupenser Filter "corrii" cot Cnt and btaxls in · Tvo-io-one Dispenser aUt bfeadi and fabric softener ... et just the rithtferf WKdpod presets th« 2-Speed Dr«r ... f at twice the ccnrenier.ee ard t«ice the fexll£!y In drying! ficrmal Speed-Jriei with soft, roctJunj heat! Super Speed -dries buIVy items h record JaJ Because we have purchased the Los Angeles warehouse sfoclt of ««' Eastern manufacturer -- this SALE mwt be Emifed to stock on hand. Strictly · first come .. . first to save opportunityl · 7-Drawer Dresser with Mirror- and Spindle Paster Bed . . . . . . . 10.00 DN. 5.00 MO. CAL Membership Depf. Stores · 2500 E. Carson, Lakewood · 142(0 Van Hap Bird,, Pacoima OKI T DATS A WHK · Mo*.*n 12 Mk-f fJ* · S»U IJW p li not is 36 MO. 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' 500.00 ££~-^-*~· $«nt CORitr«cf'«« fvvfiiriL fcTrrvy Si »"»!»·. It]. $M5. J«T« f«x« _JI.»| I Dr«wtr Drtim mtnarii US'iJC ITjt Frwnij m* s«t« · Easy Terms! Park Free! Open Mon. Fri. 'til 9 : K*rt*i *T1 )ro« rfc: C«mt ii iffy rfjy «·- c«pf Sunday tfirvufli April 1} *n4 wrrf* y«ur "wHli" «· « c *rj »· iav t pr»p«r«J ter y««- 'i4nt ^raw'ruf t« t» )alj Saf- ·ref 3/ . AprJ II-- crt I J8 p w . |f ( f a . »nrf Wrttl'ft| «t if »·. mty it r TODAYI 9344 E. Alondra at Clark--Bcllflower Phone TO 7-3280 Next to Vehicle Dept. 1

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