Independent from Long Beach, California on January 23, 1975 · Page 52
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». Jn n. \n iMwtMwi, TMrntey, JMin, ttn tongMgui F*Y Animal bank may save day in propagating rare species L by HAL LOWE- SHAKE, RATTLE AND ROLL or looking at the funny side of earthquakes...!! there is such a thing, the telephone call logs at local police agencies after the recent shakers makes for some funny reading. Seem that people call the law enforcment agencies after each of these rattles with some strange comments. For instances: "I just had an earthquake at my house, did x anyone else have one?"or ."We just felt an earthquake, can you tell me if there will be another one?" or the odd caller who felt they had to blame somebody, said, "There was an earthquake, what are you going to do about it?"... Just a sample of what the officers at the complaint desks get after a quake and the poor guys have to answer with a straight face even though they might be shaking with laughter. ' - ·;' ' PHYSICIAN HEAL THYSELF Dept: Last week, a patrol car from the city of Lakewood Safety Department-- Also known as Mangan's Marauders-- was broken into and its radio, equiptment stolen. The car was parked in the lot of the new headquarters of Safety Dept. when the breakiri occured, which just goes to show you that nuthin is safe, nowhere. · NEW WAY to beat the cost of high food...Cut down a tree. HERMAN DILLINDERLong Beach, cut down a big pepper tree in his backyard a couple of years ago. Now, growing from the spot where the roots of the.tree were are · several giant mushrooms. Herman said they stand about a foot high and measure about two feet across. Of course, the Dillinders do not plan to cook the big mushies because they are most likely poison, but they will have to cut them down soon or they will take .over the entire backyard.'Who knows, next they might invade the whole neighborhood and before you know it take over the entire town. I can see the headline now...Me Mushrooms Who Ate Long Beach. KWffi KWOTES: LARRY SESSIONS in the Village .tells about the guy who was having one of those computer fights with a store which claimed he owed a bill past due. The last letter from the company noted "This bill is now one year old" so; the guy sent back "pappy Birthday." . ·',: . BILL GLEILong Beach noting the recent quakes comments that he still likes California despite it's faults because it is always on the move.. Now,,did he really say that? ' JANUARY ADVICE to bachelors comes f r o m JAMES HENTONHuntington Beach..." Keep your eyes .open before getting married, after-that it don't make any difference because you aren't going anywhere, anyway." IT'S CASTING TIME again at the Pageant : of the Masters in Laguna Beach. The call is Saturday and Sunday backstage at Irvine Bowl, 650 Laguna Canyon Road. Don Hebert, in charge of headdresses, measures one of last year's volunteers. The season's 40th Festival of the Arts and Pageant of the Masters will run July 11-Aug. 24. Casting call A casting call for 400 volunteers, sounded by Laguna Beach's Pageant of the Masters, will mean the gathering of volunteers Saturday and Sunday. Men, women and children, of all sizes and shapes, are needed for the staging of the living picture portrayals of famous art masterpieces. ( The first casting call is Saturday from 7-9 p.m. The windup will be Sunday, 2-5 p.m. at the stage in Irvine Bowl. . ' , ' , , . Volunteers will serve alternate weeks of the six- week run beginning July 11. 0 K girls, let's talk 1° a" ' 011 browncttes, auburns and brunettes One problem most all of you have run across Is that your ends are darker than the roots. How docs that hanDcn? It's like this. You are putting tint on the ends when it's not needed. You end up with a color build-up (here because the ends of your hair are more porous than IN* rftot hair. Don't put straight color on tnc ends, i n a i s wnai u conn cap is for. A soap cap Is tinted diluted with soap ar.d water This Is worked Into the ends the last (lye minutes "f your tint process. It adds just enough color lo keep ends even anil natural looking. It*.... nn «l t***t U I ** \«Mn|r.» EftO TtKI I/VDII nilu vv?vi in in»i iiilgtlv.t \tinrt I U I Dean and Josef in Long Beach '129-597't Hair Unlimited In Long Beach 425-9111 SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- There's not a cent m the United States Animal Bank, Inc., but 'founder Frank Hodgson says its three branches may hold enough frozen genetic materiaHo put 1,000 rare species back on earth ii they become extinct. Since September 1972 Hodgson has been banking the genes of exotic and endangered species in the belief that scientists someday will learn to generate living cells and ultimately animals from frozen genes. the 37-year-old Hodgson said Monday that the bank has collected genetic samples from scarce species like leopards and ih« C^l^mia Condor, plus about 600 species of birds, reptiles and animals found only on the Galapagos Islands. ' H e said the Soviet Academy of Sciences has agreed to preserve for him a sample of a woolly m a m m o t h , an extinct ancestor of elephants, the next time one is found frozen in the Siberian tundra. "IMAGINEa brand new m a m m o t h ! " Hodgson said.' He said most specimens are gathered through donations and expeditions and from animals which die in captivity. They are super frozen in liquid . nitrogen and ground up. The resulting crystals containing genetic coding are then stored in tiny plastic vials, still super frozen. With an unpaid staff of 15 part-time veterinarians, six medical doctors, a few nurses and two dozen occasional volunteers, Hodgson maintains three banks to protect against loss of all samples if a power failure allowed thawing in one location. The banks are located at the University of California Medical Center here, the University of California genetics department in San Diego and the genetics department at the University of Washington, in Seattle. The Animal Bank legally owns 40 per cent of each specimen, the National Institute of Health in Bethesda, Md. 40 per cent and the donor 20 per cent, he said. SCIENTISTS may request part of a sample for research. If it is approved they may be giver, a few crystals of the genetic material, Hodgson said. "Conservationists ... wring their hands when an animal is endangered and it gets down to the wire for the species," he said. "But it would be nice if people got interested early." , "Knoiring hinc light Van H'ilson is uiih a liiick, maybe tee ought to look into this Seal's place." If you've been waiting for the right time to buy fine furniture this is it. We have many odds and ends left over from the fall and Christmas season. These are beautiful pieces and groups. Really beautiful. For every room in your house. And great accessories too. We don't want to have this kind of inventory to start our new year. So we're having a sale. At prices that will ··- make this beautiful furniture clear out fast. And even though our prices are low, you get-the same high quality service. Free in-home decorator service. Free delivery. Fast delivery. And you can use your BankAmericard, Master Charge, or, Seal's Revolving Charge. So this is the time to come in and look around Seal's. Because it doesn't cost you anything to look. And it costs you darn little to buy. T?' .. . 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