Independent from Long Beach, California on February 4, 1960 · Page 18
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 18

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, February 4, 1960
Page 18
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Page B-8--INDEPENDENT tout «nch, Cilll/ Thuri., Feb. 4, 1HO CASH IS EASY to raise when you use Classified to sell articles. Caii HE 2-5959. (Advertisement) U.S. Anti-Missile Missile Shot Over Evacuated Area FALSE TEETH BREAK? Gooc/Newj/Nowrepo/r If 98 /ftemo//iome/njmm. ···- .Ainazlnr PLATE - WELD repairs clonr find pink platos ami ropwccs tcetn. simply flow on-put toKctnrr. "Works every time-holds like new or money hack. Plnnty for man/ repairs. Mill Instructions, Get PLATE-WELD today, price Jt.98 at THRIFTY olher leadlno druoollts. WHITE SANDS MISSILE RANGE, N. M. UP) -- The Arniy successfully fired and then destroyed a big Nike Zeus anti-missile m i s s i l e Wednesday over an evacuated ranch area test site. The Zeus firing was the second missile shot during the first day of evacuation on n new 40-mile extension of the missile range. More than 130 members, of ranch families in the 1,600 square-mile test area were moved out before dawn in ad Newest Retail Idea since the 5c · lOc store Comes to Long Beach now open for business 6TH and PINE AVENUE DOWNTOWN LONG BEACH open Monday and Friday evenings mi ITEMS AT ONE PRICE STORE vance of the planning. The 32 ranch f a m i l i e s signed Sgreements with the government in December. In exchange for payment, they agreed to leave their homes for 12-hour periods on 20 days this year so the test area extension could be used. U. S. 380 between Carrizozo and San Antonio, N. M., a desolate 70-mile stretch without a town between, was closed by military roadblocks to ' prevent motorists from crossing the area during firings: The Army said the Zeus "performed successfully on all characteristics" and was purposely destroyed at the upper limit of the range in the interest of safety. The anti-missile missile de veloped about 450,000 pounds of thrust from what the Army said is the largest single-grain solid propellant motor ever fired. The Army said when the Zeus is developed it will be capable of intercepting and destroying enemy intercontinental ballistic missiles before they can reach their targets. ,;© ·©. \© ©.v SUTTON BROS. - g |G NOW-BLUE CHIP STAMPS, TOO!! 'S LARGEST POTTERY AND CHBNA STORE NELMAC DINNERWARE 5 Beautiful Patterns to choose from. CAPRI--MODERN ROSE--FIELD FLOWERS- GOLDEN MEADOW--ENCHANTMENT 45-piece sor, service for 8. Set consists of 8 each-cups, soucers, bread and butter dishes, fruit dishes, dinner plates, 1 platter, 1 vegetable dish, I sugar bowl and cover and 1 creamer. FIRST TIME OFFERED AT THIS LOW, LOW PRICE--AND BLUE CHIP STAMPS, TOO! Regular 34.95 HAND DECORATED RELISH JARS Mr. Onionhead Mr. Mayonna1» Mr. Big Chco» First time offered at this low, low price. Reg. 1,25 each. ITW A?!A EN POTTERY Solid white largo v a s e s , bowls and bo ash trays. Just the thing for the modern trend of today. Reg. 2.95, your choice B All hand decorated. Assorted sizes and shapes. Bowls, Baskets, Ash ^!gv r Troys, Vases, Etc. *^§1 r Reg. 1.49 each Your Choice 8-PC. CHINA SNACK plates with grooves for the 4 cups. Choice of 5 pattrrm in tint eh in*. Lighter Ash Tray Hjndmadt Venetian Murano gl-iii In 4 ifylci and m.iny color com* bliuttoni. Reg. 6.95. CHINA CUPS SAUCERS 22 Kt. gold handles plus gold luster Inside and out. 12 beautiful styles. Reg. 1.95 Richly embossed fruit do- Ign in gay colors. For your table or a gift! Reg. 2.95. ANOTHER SHIPMENT--JUST RECEIVED NAME YOUR POISON WHISKEY SET A clever "Skull and Cross decanter (UK with 6 "Skull" u A litt for any party! 2.49 val LEAF ASH TRAY This leaf shape ashtray has unlimited uses in any home. Choice of colors. Reg. SI.00 each. N o , y o u can't eat it h o t you'll / w a n t t o . / Six of the \ most natural pieces of ARTIFICIAL FRUIT you've ever seen. All sarin gold ic mi porcelain. M ixed assortment. box LAKEWOOD POTTERY and CHINA 5721 LAKEWOOD BLVD. ME 3-8003, NE 6^5217 3 Blocks North of Lakcwood Center 0pm Monday, Thursday, Friday, 9 a.n. to 9:30 p.m.--Wednesday, Sat., Sun. 9 o.m. to i p.m. or FIIEE P.IRKI.VK i.v TIIK IIIMR WE PACK TOR SHIPPING No sales to dealers. Due to our rigid inspection some of these item; hove been c l a s s i f i e d slightly irregular . . . Rights reserved to limit quantities. © _ © : © © © © © © © RADIOACTIVE Pup Stvallows Uranium; Hair Hit by'Fall-out' HENRYETTA, Okln. (UPH -Dorf, n radioactive dachs hund, suffered Wednesday from "fall-out." The three-month-old dog swallowed some uranium ore five days ago. The "fall-out" is confined so far to his hajr. He is shedding rapidly, and has lost his appetite. His master, Larry Williams, collects rocks as a hobby. Williams said Dorf nibbled at a box of specimens brougth back from New Mexico last week. The dog tore open the cardboard box and. managed to consume several pieces of the poisonous ore. A local veterinarian was checking to see what could be done to save the pup. TI1EKE OUGHT TO BE A LAW By FAGALY and SHORTEN AUOIIJAsBOPPED, coowo wx jff CLEANED FOR THE EXPECTED r COMPANV WITH KO HELP FROM SQUATWELl WHATSOEVER- . B /HERE .fEftRf LET ME UTOBCH.'COES I CftRRnUfVTFORfOU, HE GO All OUT \ WLL SIR AIM *UP- MTH 1 En l ELPlS . HAVE A MOOEU * Uk% Mf rL IPIOTf B. C. IVE cur MVSELF. LOOK.! THERE'S RED STUFF COMIN oor 1 -THAT THIS, WHAT WE OHC5 TrtoUHrTOBEAN INTRICATE HUMAN MACHINE.... IS OUST BEET JUICE. . MORTY iUEEKLE NOT WE, WINTHTOR lf ANP NOW THAT ** I FINALLY HAVE AN ANSWER, WHY SHOULD I WANT TO A6K YOU QUE5riON,N A QUESTION? EVER 5INC£ I CAN REMEMBER. PEOPLE HAVE BEEN A6KING ME WHAT I WANT TO BE WHEN X GROW UP... WA6 THERE SOMETHING YOU WANTED TO A5KME,MR. 5CHROETfB? BU(;S RUNNY 6REETIN'5',PETL!NIA! I'M HERE T'APJUSi YOJ'LLVtXAY. SJ7M HAVE I I CHARGE TO WAIT }j A BUCX AN HOUR PER ' WAIT/N 'OH, PEARi\ IN THAT] CASE J'Pi. BETTER ^ HURKV-' A^TER YO'J HAN6 THOSE HAVE ANOTHER LOAP REAPY1 CUKLY KAYOE wst UP, PHIL! one Vxiy'OK TH'OTHER I'M GONNA ff£ THE sfc/tir'ON m CHEST! PL£AS£-HAV£ '. A HEART, JUST LISTEN n MY FINAL fifAf r m am you ^TSAVC WHAT'S LIFT » f VffY CENT I \ OF Y£K BKCATH, PAL. OWN-IF YOU'U } THCRE AIN'T ENOUGH LEAVE M-M£ J MOHfY IN TH' WORLD ALONE! 1 . /A T'MAKCMl CHANCE MIND; 1RCTIIE AND ME'S BORROWED EVEI?y DOG IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD FOR HIS TEAM.' HE'S WAXED HIS RUNNERS, OILED HIS MUKLUKS, ND UNUMBEREO HIS WHIP.' HE'S KNOWN AS "THE FASTEST SLEDGE ALIVE'.' JUGHEAD 15AYS HE'S GOING TO WIN THE BIG DOG-SLEDGE RACE.' JACKSON TWINS I 30LV VCD, UGULF) UAH POKTT YCU I CM THINK SWJPV IS I YES/ A I2EAL SUPEK BUT I'M LEAJZN-y NEVEK BE ING FROM .^/CATTYrVHEN NOTHIMG/; ^ BOv'S/KE: AROUNR/ NEVEK TOLP U5 YES,SK,3B30GE,') PCNTTALK V, WHAT TO SAY SANPY IN THAT /ABOUT IT, WPF/7 WHEN BCYG SLINkY PRESS ) THE PCTLKE ( TALkC/iBaJT IS THE MOST/ A FLIPS ME/ v OTHEK MARTHA WAYNE / HOW SHOULD I kMOWi ( JUVBF HE'S H.VVIM6 UMA5LE TO PEiEWE FHOUE CALLS. SOREV. IT'SBFBITVJO TOJBLE KMSM3THE KK SiHCE VOD ^ .\EA - ri*).«! I'LLTCV

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