Independent from Long Beach, California on February 4, 1960 · Page 22
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Long Beach, California
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Thursday, February 4, 1960
Page 22
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B-IZ-INDEPtNDENT Ling lixlw Cilil. TlHIll.. Mb. 4. DM Ouils Tarty I'ost VIENNA (DIM) -- A u s t r i a n Chancellor Julius Kabb announced h i s r e s i g n a t i o n Wednesday as chairman of the Conservative People's Par- ly. The party's press service said the chancellor had agreed to the separation of his functions as head of government and chief of the party. ., Van de Kamp's B A K E R I E S Red Tulip SPECIALS THURS.-SUN,, FEB. 4-7 2-Layer · MILK CHOCOLATE CAKE Rites Set for Plane Victims A memorial service for Hanipden and Chris! inn Went worth, Rolling Hills business couple killed in a Tuesday plane crash, will be conducted Monday. The rite is slated for 4 p.m. at the Matthias Episcopal hurch. 1 830 S. Normandie Ave., Los Angeles, and wi ollow cremation Mexico. in New ship Arrivals, Departures Engineer Says Oil Burning ACTIVE VESSELS IN PORT ^^ J , V_? Not Responsible for Smog M. . * CIx THE WENTWORTHS, who traveled widely i n l i g h t planes, diud when the craf' they were flying crashed as Wentwortn was attempting to take off from a muddy air strip near Reserve, N, M. during a snowstorm. The family requests donations be made the Los: Angeles Orthopedic Hospital. The Wentworths, former executives of the Longrcn Aircraft Co. of Torrance. leave four small children. vesitl Andros Caoe (Lib-tkM Anveio Petn ((Kit Dolinai (Nor Setgrano (Ger) _ ,,. .. do Sul'(Ub) """"" Oavld G. Dov (tkr) .. Dlno (Hi) . Don* Cdie (Lib) (Gcrl -lorence (boe) - Gco/fc Olson . Gccstemunde (Ger) ·I. D. CoU'er 'ikr) allan Farmer iboldt Woodsman (boe) I Maru (Jap) Kvolcku Maru (Jap) Louis L. O. (Fr) Marine Snapper -- Mlnneiota (Ikr) MallorcA (Han) Narrandera (Swd) Naeis Explorer (Llb-lkr) ^Ichlwa Maru (Jap) .. . ^ikkoh Maru (Jap) Oswego Transporter (Br-tkr President Tad .. . . . . * o!o ToscanelH (HO tagonta (Dan) T Builder .. _ President Taylor . Pacific StronghoiO (Br) . Point Reyes Ukr) .. .. Saldahna (Br) Stockholt (Nor) Scrccstein (Ger) Santos Md'u (Jap) Shoho Maru (Jap-tkr) Texas Tarrnger (Hoc) Wmnlpeti ( F r ) Zuldcr Zee (Lib) Berth Ootffttor . ...163 Or.on $hpp. Trd. ....187 United Vintners . 17/ Fred Olson Line . 724 R. 0«lk«r . . 135 Oliver J. Olson . . . Anc Oaldo Line . ..LB-77 Rlchfletd OH _ 213 LurlH Bros. . .. . 107 Chandris, Ltd. . . LB-17 North Ger. Lloyd \n Oliver J. Olson .107 OHver J. Olson .. . LB-18 Haniburo-Arncr. . . .. . . 1 9 9 Mat»n Nav. .! ... . 224 S«iuse Bros. Tow. . ...LB-30 Oaldo Line 145 Mlljul Line .. LB-4 Louis Dreylui 729 Luckcnbacli Lines 173 Texaco, inc. DUt 10 S«U For .. . . -et. i Amorco Feb. 4 Richmond Feb. 3 Rotterdam . Ob. 4 Eureka , Feb. 5 Redwood OW .... Feb. 5 Yokohama Feb. 3 Portland Feb. 6 Y«wata Feb. 5 Yokohama ..... Feb. 3 San Fran. ._ Feb. 4 San Dl«ffo . ... Feb. 5 Coos Bay .. Feb. 3 San Fran. ...... Feb. 3 Enclnc Feb. J Yokohama Feb. 3 San Diego Feb.4 Son Fran. Feb. 5 San Fran. Feb. 3 Port Angeles .!.I"J.! '.."..'"269 Soc. Nav. dc Galapagos.. Indcf. A petroleum corporation engineer believes fuel oil burning does not cause smog. K. T. Mapston, air pollution control engineer of Rich- man of the technical subcommittee on air pollution control of the Western Oil and Gas Assn., urged that public agencies back a program for R. C. Sloncr (tkr) 230-E Pac. Astrl 16V Standard Oil .' ......LB-29 NMto Line LB-?9 "K" Line ) Anc Panama Transport . 155 Aimr. President .. . ' ""': ".. 1« Italian Ltne ._ LB-3 Cast Asiatic Co _ 146 Pope S. Talbot ...... 1S4 Anicr. ('resident .. .. 139 Furne« Linp .. ... 39 Pac.-Coast Transnl ' ' . LB-33 "K" Line . LB-13 Grancolnmblana LB-13 North Ger. Lloyd 174 O S K Line . 1M lino Kalun K K LB-SO Slates Line ~ - I B'3X Intcroccan Line Feb. 3 Antwerp 230 D French Line Feb. 3 Le Havre | 77 Aguallndo Co. Nav. S.A. Feb. 3 Hiioova 1 Anc Standard OH Co. VESSELS DUE WEDNESDAY From Operator erpool Blue SUir Line Feb. 4 Svdncv Feb. 4 Yokohama Feb. 4 Yokohanin Feb. 5 Yokohama Feb. 4 Talara Feb. 6 New York Feb. 4 San Fran. , Feb. 7 SJn Fran. . f e b . 4 San Fran. , Feb.6 San Fran. Feb. 5 S«n Fran. Feb. 4 Slocklon . Feb. 6 San Fran. Feb. 3 Buenaventura Feb. 3 Le Havre .. Feb. 4 Yokohama ...._ Feb. .4 Kawasaki ... Feb. 3 Hucneni" the Lafayette Hotel. MAPSTON, who is chair- field Oil Corp., addressed the development of a car after- Long Beach Kiwanis Club at burner device. Mapston said a detailed oil burning during the summer reveals: 1. This does not reduce unburned hydrocarbons which go into the atmosphere. 2. No correlation can be shown between fuel oil bum- study of a rule banning fucl'ing and eye irritation, . . . Feb. 3 El Scgundo*! Vessel Berth Columbia Star (Br) 733-0 - , . Charles b. Jones (tkr) LB-76 Mndlav Bch. Richfield OH VESSELS DUE TOD4Y ' j V e s s e l Berth From Operator I American Mai! 137 . San Fran. American Mall Line Fuiari NWiru (J^P) LB-20 San Fran, "K" Line that' L l o n s Gtllc (Swd) 53 . . Antwerp Johnson Line Due to Sail For: . Feb. 6 San Fra».|l Feb. 4 Worro Bav; ..,.. ,j Mart Mntsudo^an Maru (Jap) MS . Maryland GcltV (Lib-tkr) 164 PI (Pan) ' Thetis (tkr) 101 Orange Roll COFFEE CAKES pkg. of 8 SPEC. (29c Value) Apple Crunch TEA CAKE SPECIAL ca. ^3 C (Reg. 49c) £ Quality Candies MINT CHIPS Q oz. pkg. SPEC. 10c (Reg. 25c) LOOK FOR THE BLUE WINDMILL. . . . T H E S I G N O F QUALITY B A K E R Y P R O D U C T S AND FINE ICE C R E A M B A K E R I E S - C O F F E E SHOPS r's Yokohama 0 S K Lin. San. Fran. Mitsui Line San Luis Mathaisen's Tanker _ Vancouver Spiros Polcmfs . ... New York K 8. M Ship Mngmt. . Due to Sail For' . . Feb. 9 Sedlllc!' Feb. 6 Onlboa Feb. 6 San Fran. _ FcD. 5 New York Feb. 5 New York! . Feb. S Yokohama Feb. 4 London Feb. 6 El Scoonda A Shopper's Dream! All Items One Price! none higher 8,888 BARGAINS -- ONLY 88' now oficn [or bminc*\ Ford Moto 1959 Profit Up 288 Pet. DEARBORN. Mich. (/I 1 ) -Ford Motor Co. Wednesday reported a 288-pcr-cent jump in earnings in 1959 despite a slight decline, on a year- to-year basis, during the f i n a l ' three muinlis. Sales spurted 30 per cenl to $5,356,900,000 from 5-1.130,300,000. T h e y ranked t h i r d in company history, bettered only in 1955 and 1957. Net income of the nation's second largest automobile maker came to $451,400,000 equal to $8.2-1 a common share, compared with profit of SI 10,200,000 or $2.12 a share in recession-ridden 19, r )S. The year's total was second only lo 1955 profit of $45-1,200,000 or SS.51 a share. nurinfj; Ihe f o u r t h quarter of 1959, when Ford, like other a u t o firms, was h a u l i n g the effects of the prolonged steel strike, earnings were $ 1 1 1 , - .'iOO.OOO or $2.05 a share. This was down from $115,000.000 or $2.10 a share in Ihe like 1958 quarter. New Judge in S.K. SACRAMENTO (UP1)--At- torney Leland J. Lazarus was appointed Wednesday to tho San Francisco M u n i c i p a . Court bench. Me was named by Gov. Edmund G. Brown to f i l l the vacancy created ly last week's elevation of Municipal Judge Carl II. Allen to the Superior Court. lake Pun Snipped to I'Y««: Baby's Head MANCHESTER, N.l-l. (DPI) --Police and firemen worked!] 15 minutes with tin cuUersi 1 and a ca:i opener Wednesday!] before finally removing an;| angel - food - cake pan from around the head of 19-month- old Christopher Elliott of Manchester. KTFlU »."» ITEMS AT ONE PRICE I 6TH PINE · DOWNTOWN LONG BEACH iijicit Monday and /·';·///)' ci'cnin^ Ai \vi3ys ·) phon* at hand in ft home that's Tcliifhr with a telephone extension in your playroom! W h a t , could ho worse? You're in the middle of an e x c i t i n p h a n d of cords and the telephone rings, liut there's no n-a- FOII in the world why you should go r u n n i n g througli thrt house. It's so much easier lo have a convenient telephone extension -- r i g h t at your finger tips in your playroom. In fact, the whole family will love having a phone rijrhl. where they spend so much of their leisure time. What's more, you can get. an extension in your choirp of ton lovely colors--iun: i. sure (o be t h e "right" color for you. So why not stop in at our Business Office soon ? Truly, you'll ho amazed at how verv l i t t l e an extension costs' GENERAL TELEPHONE America i Largcsl Independent Telephone Sysion- Now you can find your favorite milk Foremost-Golden State is all dolled up in a Golden State Homogenized Milk-the perfectly balanced Look what you jjct from Foremost-Golden Stole Homogenized M i l k ! A perfect balance of minerals, vitamins and proteins. A perfect balance of cream in every drop. A perfectly-balanced flavor. It's all yours from Foremost-Golden Stale -- in a new orange polka Jot. cation. 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