Pag* A.I4-INDEPENDENT |MÂ« loath. olll,,.llMn. May 31, INT Free Tests Offered to L.B. Drivers Almost 1,000 persons have been through a course ot driving testa In'the safety bin parcked downtown since Monday, Lone Beach Snfcly Council officials announced Wednesday. Parked at 4th St. and Pine Ave. from JO a.m. to 4 p.m. and at 14th St. and Pine Ave,, from Â· 7 to 9 p.m., the bus will operate the rest of this week. . : , . Â· Â· ( O Â· Â· DR. CHARLES It. FAB1SH, the council's education chairman, said the bus contains apparatus Inr physical and physiological tests which are^rec. Interstate Indemnity Insur- once Co. 1* providing the bus. BUI Meyer, or the pollen de. partmcnt. Is supervisee Â· Its operation. LET IT RAIN, let It shine. Everyday Is a good day to lisa the Classified Ads. 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Rogulor 2.2Â· NEWBERRYS LOW PRICE.... $177 i IAIIMINT Ladies'Skirls Wothiblo, cool coiuill In Â«MrÂ«e. tlvo coloti, ttyloi. ond molcrUli. Thli low prlco brlngi you o big voluo. Ml euortmont of iltot. :' fttf. J.tl NEWBERRYS LOW PRICE. $-177 Wicker Clothes Baskets A reel hondy Horn for with dcy. I) hoi two hondloi end U mode of long lilting wider, Buy now end unf Rtgnlar I.I? NCWBERRYS LOW PRICE... TV Pillows II" i II" iquoro with Â« convenient hondlo for corrylng, Porfocl Â«l Â· throw pillow, or wotchlng TV, Cov orod In duroblo cwduroy. Anortod high cotort to choolo from. Rag. tit NEWBERRYS LOW PRICB $^33 2 433 PINE AVENUE DOWNTOWN LONG BEACH Magnuson Pushes Red China Trade WASHINGTON IUE)--A new Senate subcommittee announced Wednesday It would Investigate why the United States wai "out of Hep" on the politically touchy Issue of.trade with Communist China. , Sen. Warren G. Maenuson (D-Wash), who heads the group, .told newsmen that "wo can't keep 4JM.OOO.OOO people behind an economic bamboo curtain forever, Just because we don't like the policies ot their government," The new subcommittee on foreign commerce wag established by the Senate Commerce Committee. Magnuson,, who heads the parent body, named himself as chairman of the group. Â· Â· Â· Â· Â· ',, MOST FREE world nations bar trade In strategic materials with Red China, but only the United States forbids any trade at all. Many ' Senators vigorously oppose any easing of the restrictions. Under the so-called Battle act pased In 1931, the government Is required to cut off U.S aid to any nation violating the Western embargo list unless the President rules otherwise. Last year, the United States agreed to reduce the list of Items which other nations are barred from shipping to China. The action was criticized by some members of the Senate Investigating a u b c o m mtttee which held hearings on the trade agreement. Â· Â· Â· Â· BIAONUSON ' acknowledged that the new Inquiry would rekindle the controversy. But he said "everybody 1 * going In there but us." In March, he said 69 ships docked at Shnngha alone from every nation In the world except the United States He said the Commerce DP- partmcnt favored a rcstudy of the China trade policy. Magnuson commented ' that such countries as Japan, a lead' Ing advocate of more East West trade, could not live with, out raw materials from the Asian continent.- .* * * London OKs China-Trade Compromise LONDON W--The British cabinet Wednesday night was reported to have OKd a compromise plan to break the Red China trade deadlock between the United States and European countries. Informants refused to disclose details. They said that the British government stands ready--even f the United States turns down he compromise -- to abolish special discriminatory restrictions on nonstrateglc trade with the Pelplng regime. Informants said the plan was put forward by Canada and other allied countries Tuesday at a Paris meeting of the China Trade Committee, made up of 14 NATO nations and Japan. It meets regularly to Insure that western war-potential goods are upt beyond the reach of Red China. It meets again today. O O O Â· TWO MAIN proposals face the Paris group; One, by France, would reduce ars on trade with Red China to the same level as restrlctlonii on trade with the Soviet bloc, releasing about 150 Items for ixport and mainland China, The other proposal, by the United States, offer* some concessions on Red China trade but ilso would Increase restrictions m trade with the Russian bloc. The compromise plan was In reduced after It became clear hat neither France nor the Jnlted States would change Its position. . Archbishop Supports : 3. Africa Integration LONDON W -- The Archbishop ot Canterbury has asked Ihe Church of England to express sympathy with all Chris- Ian churches In South Africa n their fight against racial sep relation Jaws. Dr. Geoffrey Fisher made the request to the Convocation of Canterbury, one of the two administrative bodies of the Angli can Church. Why "Good-Time Charlie" Suffers Uneasy Bladder Both Â· oeoiMi (Tl.r oe nwleo eoUu er orl.klir Â«iÂ«r k. . eÂ».reo Â·*Â»(!*, M AW w ewsuectleo, elnni o. ire Â»dti*t Â«o roÂ«r nher !Â· three wÂ»n ?Â·Â» r**r 'Â·ffni oa b4o"*f 1V MUM 00. Â·Â·ning WÂ«h- i. fctmuUr MhvÂ«04 Â·*!Â·Â·. rim im Will BEEF OR VEAL ft Â£ Â· ft A Tnsteezo Â·Â» I I.LB. BOX mmm 4Bt CHICKEN DRUMSTICKS OR WT' Â·Â· THIGHS 59 THUNDERBIRD A NEW TASTE THRILL IN WINE McCOY'S -- Qt 12c; y r cal. 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GOLDEN STATE 4%Â«fc* HALFHftlF, w 23 Â« GOLDEN STATE jlk Â«*Â«* CHOCOLATE DRINK2 Â°" 37 BLUE BELL A mm Â£ BUTTERMILK./, c Â«...- - Z5 BLUE BELL Â·fftsoltt COTTAGE CHEESE ,,*Â«*.,, 21 59* Mb. Carton PURE CIDER OR -- Plat lOe; Quart 17f WHITE VINEGAR ,:,,, MeCOrS jlk 4oV|ao1sf OLEO- 2-35 SUNSHINE __ A mm* vimvKLiul Mb. BOX . ML- J McCOrs SHORTENING, Ib. Can. Â· LONG BEACH -- 2824 E. Anaheim Â· HOLLYDALE -- 12222 Garileld Ave. Â· LONG BEACH - 4232 E. Anaheim .' Â· LAKEWOOD -- 5820 Bellflower Blvd. 0 LONG BEACH -- 2290 Santa FÂ« Blvd.
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