Independent from Long Beach, California on April 4, 1963 · Page 56
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 56

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, April 4, 1963
Page 56
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P4 ZS \X'IGS JOC^i HUMAN HATS AIL SHADES 0 1 Iff HAIR tUilttaml STLYIST jo:s V«odnf HA 1-1409 . Tkrv, *Jrt «. HU Plan Federal Help to Lumber Industry Newspaper Bills BOSTON (UPI)--The M«- nchuscttj Legislature, during its 1963 session, is sched- WASHINGTON If) -- Theest Service chief, laid at . ul«d to consider no fewer \}S. Forest Service pUru to|recent hearing before * House than 37 bills nffcctir.j: news- help the depressed lumber in-'tpprofrutions subcommittee. papert. One bill would compel ldustr y ** increased timber) . . . . paper, to make public the")" "* » st ^- u P »*, TOR THE YEAR in^nt of revenuireceived P"« ram -. . ,, . . . J«Jy 1. th« semce seek, $29.6 amnuaUy from their larger » d - , A *?*"* effort " »J»,miUia for timber sate *Jraia- Jinnuauy irom ireir urger ao Lj aBMd to rcmove by Ministration and management, an' JI9S4 timber blown down by increase of $5.2 million over' violent storms that hit the ivertisers. Easter Dress Special AdaretU i. ity'.i. »·}»! rVc.J fro* 3 Youth Fashion Center 411! I. 2i«* Si. Uij It.cV 1 Pacific Northwest last fall "We have to move in most the current year. The service also plans to spend $38 million to stan con- rigorously to salvage thi$ )Stnlction of 817 miles of timber before it deteriorates'^ lcces , ^ds, an ar.d to alleviate *he insect and o f 402 m -!es over the present fire hazards." E. ?. Cliff, For-'f iscal veir The program calls for a total timber cut of II billion] board feet, an increase of 1.3 billion board feet. * * · * A. W. GREXLEY, deputy chief, told the subcommittee that receipts from timber saies are estimated at $134.8 'million for fiscal 1964. compared with a SI 17.6 million estimate for similar 1963. Chairman Michael J. Kirwan (D-Ohio) commented that $38 million is quite a sum to go into roads. ~WeIl. that is true, roads do cost money," replied M. M. Nelson, deputy chief. "On the other hand, they do allow us to cut more timber and to receive a higher price for the timber that is cut." Both Kinds HUNTINGDON, Term. VF* --Sign on an antique shop: "New and used antiques." · 16411-12 Etiljlotttr BltJ. -- in BtUflciLtr · TO 6-S211 · Pft Fret introducing a new home elegance! SEE DILLINGHAlktlt ...Elegant New Contemporary Decorator Collection Here's bcauly for any or oil rooms wKere you wanf slmptTcity-witii-itrengltt. Influenced by Donhh designers, itieit pieces con maVe a small bedroom toot spocioat, or furn o owning orea info on imporfanf center of otfracfion. AH in motcn?ng Amerlcon wolfluK Special, onry_ 299 50 72" TRIPLE DRESSER. MIRROR and PiHEl BED LceHr.g for fint JtiTga with function? SpecTal lujpeni'en iyem irsVei trery drawer gHa'c easily in ony weafder; and at) drawers art datf-proofed with rnoJiogsny toHerat corefufly lacquered end wazed. AD amis havt nylon domes tnat f rt»ert corpti-ita'ns er.d floor scrafcnes And all fronft or* motcf cd veneeri qTrirg smooth confinusui-gro'n effect. compare these "open stock" prices on this entire collection... SdrMtr T~rJ. rio* ar^w. 72" tora. ttcort itor«o* «nr1 Equally "At Home" In fhe Swank Penthouse or the Suburban Manor. CVrfVjJirf uBy KEW on th* hcraco i» botn« J«eor, Ejprtl r«- H«cti th« spirted fdccn of young horacrnoVen. The Inspired «nc of goKerie^ sculptured moulding! end ebony Mock occenti treat* on elegant, refined douic be* yen/! lc~* 19 Cve wiA. Frsnti of tvpertV Stained wafnut veneen HsrxJ with «oTJ wolmrt, higKCghred by a tru« oil hond-rufcbed firuih. tXntproofn^ rrjrlon leg domes, cety^Sd* di-gv»ar» end door* ore tfp'a\ of quoGty. come see this group during our Annual Spring Showing of new styles Titmdoy . Friday · Saturday, April 4-5-1 Free Balloons and Bubble Gum 'Princess 1 Dial Phone Dial rtt«r«s by spruf co.cealed k*R. Al- colon · iihr«aVab!. ^·66' Sl.Ct. Fisher-Price Jack 'n TV-Radio STICK HORSE rrom Necnkiaa .. f«»ar- Ite h aixJ. la tola CHILD GUIDANCE INLAID Magnetic Puzzles rmlei. 2 ta t IT- ·'·- C.n- alete aut. af I;t1e« far pr- ··nf. **arple, ·terwea'ate aatf axeSa Sa9ietfe retail-- $ Sll.O* CtAZY NEW CLEAK MASTIC F L U B B E R .._ (It a mnt ptaiia. Tvnr Ir. laap* it. cut If. Traarfer pictam. tea. Tie ·«· let »"rt rke 'aiil*- botace.- Never »kl« ar nil L\ ·wfff. E««f f. iMtf retri SI-CO ' 66' BOO BOO ... SWEETIE PIE. UNGA BUHGA YARN DOLL KITS Easy to nek* . . . j«» lit cad cot. Modes a lovely gift. Molts dot 15 inckes kigk. $433 1 $2.00 Rainbow Forge Press Uoict irraf if I-V "TV Civplet* »'rt ii«14t · makt S f«m «tir^t. !·- cladrt .M c« $099 R A W L I N G S MJcley Manrte MM-t BALL GLOVE $ 9 9 tight *r Left HoiW *etmT-- J7.4S UTTIE LEAGUE S H O E S All Leather $«)88 »n*n ts eo RAWLINGS G-150 BALL GLOVE Itteil SUI MANY OTHER LITTLE LEAGUE ACCESSORIES TO CHOOSE FROM Rowlings Gloves 2.88 TO 25.88 WARM-UP JACKETS Ml IASE1AU SOCIi UNDI1SHI1TS AK3 OTHH ACCISS01IIS ROGEX MAKIS BAT N 1 BALL NI Jl^.ck -S.per Swef plaoic tat omfVte wifl Tipee practice «ffi- cial tat fcauial mmt wfrbaR. f erf f ct for Kmtfe* 1 ilai ar*os- A Tmufram ufa mt anlreokabl* ley. 1 4-HECE , · PLAY Si=Tt Uegt far twatk ar |ara«V lorf* vav*, 2-cebr pail. MiCaf ae«t, icacp ikavel aW aifJoM af iibreotekle Giant Beach Bail SWIM RING W a r . r sofeti f . t Sf«a ia *!tk arms aver sid*«. Sporti coirpkre worer 5 Union Skates I e i f toaWe.. cev MONOGRAM BIG "T AVION MUSTANG Ceitan Per* 1 Kit, craaia p'afa aiatar A eitrat. ' * KetaX -- SI I.It : ._ Tonka 'Jeep* Dispatcher - AerWatVc ne'e! af BeaSKtt-SKATlR i f e a j e n far · tllllf. IqifpaW vlrt ·aerbf .Wai, aeon la fraat aa refclwr ton. WiajskiaU f.To% tfeve Be A* real eiet. ruction rowur.9 UEtCtCIt IINZ MAGNETEL SPORT CAR BiGFuHt wow/ raMe mi t ican. S.«»re4 trta.1 J 7 C O Dr, Nurse Kits U.M OMM MONDAY THOISBAY AND HIDAY NIGHTS Tltt»J«rJ4. MAKKSMAN DART GAME Bekle t!4eJ artfcear w'irt tkree tkre»1a( a*am. FII for tW »li)a fomify. $433 FREE GIFT WRAP Wl 081 T.AW rum 5034 Pcppcnsfood --lakewood Cenfer

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