Independent from Long Beach, California on April 5, 1962 · Page 25
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B-ICMNDEPENDENT tut*. ·",, Tkuct. Awd I mi RKTlJIiiVS Dr. George D. Demos, who left I-onR Beach Slate Col- Icpe in 1959 to serve as counselor at S.in Fernando Valley State College, will return here Sept. 1 as associate dean (or counseling and tcstinc. Russ Quote Chinese on Disarming o MOSCOW 1/71-- The Government newspaper Izcstia Wednesday night published a Chinese Communist cditori.il supporting Soviet proposals for general and complete disarmament hut also calling for agreement on partial disarma mcnt. · Western ohservers said the Chinese statement, published In the Pcipins People's Daily, appeared to conflict with the Soviet all-or-nothing stand on disarmament. The Chinese editorial advocated "forcing imperialism, Ird by the United States of America, to undertake some agreements on disarmament (for example, the banning or nuclear weapons, etc.)" "IF FT WOULD be possible to force the imperialist coun- triss to accept even an agreement on partial disarmament and to obtain guarantees that it would bo carried out, then this also would bo useful for the causa of peace in the whole word and we would welcome this," the editorial nddrd. Western observers said the Chinese appeared to be out of step with the Soviet strategy. Soviet negotiators have in ftistcd on an agreement on general and complete disarma mcnt and have tied the qucs linn of nuclear weapons to general disarmament talks. Till: I/.VESTIA report of the People's Oaily editorial xvas Ilia first mention in the Soviet press from any Com munist source of the Idea of partial disarmament. nut. Western observers tended to doubt Izcstia's pub- lintinri of the Chinese proposal indicated any softening in Soviet disarmament policy. They noted that a Tass ·Xtncy summary T u e s d a y m.ide !iu~rncnt!(n ontmiTsfC 7 tion of the editorial. The Soviet Communist Party organ, Pravda. also c-irried no report on the Chinese editorial. On Wi-llari: llnari] SAfRAMKNTO (,11 -- Gov. tlrown h i s appointed Kohert M.ir.illrn. a I ns Articles attor- my. in ;i f'l'ir-yrvir term on the SI.IH- So-i:il Welfare JVnnl. O M R L 7 N E Wf 2DILHAUS A.G E liVANS 7ELEVI5ION-I970? - J-nior playing across the sbrcct? Turn on your kitchen TV and occ.' The TV camera in your front door also shows who's knocking/ EASTER PARADE WEAR FOR MEN AND BOYS SHOP EVERY NIGHT HON. THRU FRI, UNTIL 9:30, SAT. TILL 5:30 MEN'S SUIT SALE 49.95 VALUES 29.87 . '* f :,K$ · t Special purchase of men's farced qjant/ suits means eitra savirgs for you. Expertl/ tailored and designed to leep their crisp ne# look-tven en the warmest days. Choose dacron polyesters, wool wool nohair blends or 100% wool worsteds. In slim fn» or conservative models with 3-bulton center vent and natural shoulders. Trousers in pleatless ivy or single pleat classic styles. Hedhn and dark ton: in black, navy, charcoal, clive, grey, tram Reg., Short t longs. AIL chj. Nrr Mitt l»inm) Wi Citut-l»it In m ^ML MEN'S ENGLISH "CHARLES CROYDEH" SHOES With polished leather ippers fuD leather linings, and leather Goodyear welt soles. Sires 6-12 in B, C, D, E, EEL 1.23 pr. MAIL AND PHOSE ORKRS FRIED. ' 2 pr. 15.50 A. CustCT If; h black. B Vud^uiiJ i?ocra::n CifoM in NscV or brc*n. C D.cria/ rr:::a;:i k ii V.r\ : charcoal brc*n. UBS ODEK L'OE "^nop WITII A UAT CO. CJUBOA-rtAT* EBB lit Ir/.M- BOYS 1 SPORT COAT SALE AT BIG EASTER SAVINGS 9.97 .iSi, 12. i cidtt 13-20 lal 11.37 Hell be the grandest dressed for the Easier parade meticulous!/ tailored sport coals cf 100" wool ail wool acrylic blends, fct lie Dad's. 3Mon styles in fjht, nediisn asd dark tones in blue, br«n, pey and oft 1 !. BOYS' WOOL AND WOOL 19.97 BLEND SUITS Special/ priced for Easter - 100- *wis, wool rayons and wool feroi polyester blends. Meticulous!/ styled to lock just N' Dafj^h 3 button single JbreastedJyyjJyleL and double breasted continental styles. Dark i:l Rcdiun shades in many patterns. Si;es 620. BOYS' WHITE DRESS SHIRTS 1 A*r Wide selection of white dres shirts 1 · / / · long sleeve cotton troadctolfs with convertible cuffs. · Sizes 6 to 18. · Short sleeve white on white dress shirts. · Short sleeve cotton broadcloths. · Short sleeve cotton crford poncho pullovers. Mrr MM l«mt«»~trrr W MEN'S "TARELTON" LONG SLEEVE DRESS SHIRTS 2.99 l 1 UlUl It Hit Mf ···'! l«il«. T«!l»r*4 ·( c«nti kt««d- cUib «*4 Miftrizt4 ««rtM tt* («J tl.lk. Slt.i M-17. wt- tU 14-14 Vi. M.r M.rt !,'..»!_ MAY CO. LAKEWOOD^EIOO Lok.wtxxl Boolevani 1

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