Independent from Long Beach, California on February 4, 1960 · Page 28
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 28

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, February 4, 1960
Page 28
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Page C-6-INDEPENDENT Lou? B5*ch, Coin., Thuri., Feb. 4, I960 Senate OKs De Gaulle Dictation PARIS (UPI)--The French Senate Wednesday night com pletcd parliamenlary approva of President Charles de Gaulle's emergency powers bill amid indications of deepening rift of bitterness and hatred between Algiers and Paris. The upper house, by a vote of 226 to 39, passed the bill which will give De Gaulle and his ministers near-dictatorial powers for a year to strengthen their hand against any new insurrection. The national assembly--the lower house of parliament-had passed the measure earlier, 441 to 75. The Senate approved it in the same form as the Assembly, making a second reading before the Assembly unnecessary. * * 4 * THE SENATE ratification came after Premier Michel Debre promised that the government would respect civil liberties under the special emergency powers but added this morning: Low Iticli, C;:;;, Thun., Fib. 4, mo EGISTRATION BEGINS AT STATE COLLEGE Barbara Moore, 21-year-old senior, hands a registration permit to Bill Barnes, 24, as registration began Wednesday at Long Beach State College for spring term. Signups continue through Saturday from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. An enrollment of 9,300, about the same as last year, is expected.--(Staff Photo.) "The Republic will not be maintained and strengthened unless the government is given the necessary means of action." With the barricade insurrection in Algiers crushed, life was slowly returning to normal. But the population was uneasy and surly. Algiers Europeans Steeped n Gloom at Loosing Revolt ALGIERS (UPI) -- HeavyiAlgeria went about their jobs trucks and pulled out of the gloom lay Wednesday over in silence. city's main square which was the European population of Algiers while busy hands patched the material wounds of a lost cause. Pretty girls stared with stony eyes at the soldiers whose loyalty to President Charles de Gaulle killed the eight-day settler revolt. In bars and restaurants and barber shops Frenchmen of THEY DID NOT want to talk about the dramatic event of a week in which the set tiers tried, but failed, to top pie the Paris political regimi for the second time in II months, this time in vain. Green-bereted soldiers o the Foreign Legion and othe troops bundled into thei BLENDED WHISKEY « FULL 86 PROOF · 65% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS · (CWiO CALVERT DIST. CO.. N.Y.C the scene of the massive crowd demonstration in front of the insurgent barricades. By nightfall only about two companies remained in the square. Traffic along the main arteries around the square returned to near-normal under the control of police who were back on the streets in force for the first time since Jan. 24. * * * * ALONG the 400 yards of main street which the insurgents blocked with barricades, shop owners swept splintered ,vood, broken glass and orange peel off the sidewalks. "At least we can say for those boys that they respected all property along the street, said a tailor of Spanish origin whose shop faces the university which was the main in- iurgent fortress. In contrast with the depres- ;ion shown by the Europeans )f Algiers were the buoyanl ipirits of most Moslems. For them De Gaulle's suc- :ess in crushing the insurrec- ion held out the prospect of teady 'progress toward the self - determination" w h i c h )e Gaulle promised for Algeria's nine million Moslems. ...but Daddy got his new car with a LOW- · COST AUTO LOAN from, the friendly Bank! JUST BETWEEN 'U.S.' Come on in to our East Long Beach Lobby and take a Binder at a real automobile! It's a 1901 Olds, "The one they wrote a song about." Bob Picrcc's Hammond Organ Studio loaned it to us /or a week or two, so come on in and look'. UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK M£»Bt«! F.O.I.C. ·El Gjon Boulevard · lo.i£ Beach ·Lijolla ·Our.^c · ArcaJii · T^mon Grove · £1 Monte In the following cilifs: San Diego · Pacific B«ch -BucniPitk · Costa Mesa ·Moarovi* -Pisadcna 'Fullcrtoo INDEPENDENT--Page C-7 ?] comparison proves it! FIRST CLASS t re [the FIRST CHOICE of itaWip savers L *x rr*^ **«" KM ^ : i -W' toEgf" 0 *^*| \ i ^ l *S 'IrtAW^r 1 .NO.AOj LIFE BEGINS AT 40... - -****"',^. ·I'-.'i-·..·:*·· £#.-.: ' / / _^^ Thii week we're celebrating the open- X ing of o* 40th market! All of our markets \ |om the celebration with these special prices. Everyone !t invited to the opening at 20900 Havvthorne Blvd., Torrance...a jfar-studded celebration! \ FRESH FRYING USDA GRADE A PACIFIC STA-CRISP M COUNTRYSID STRICTLY E 7REAT TIME MiXiD I3-oi. Tin I. P. S. CRtAMY PEANUT BUTTER FULL POUND JAR fee OLD TAVERN JAMS Peach-Pineapple, Blackberry, Strawberry or Boysenberry 2-LB. Jt Ac JAR ^» Betty Crocker's Choice of · WHITE · YELLOW · CHOCOLATE · HONEY SPICE k CRACK Baked fresh, packed fresh! -Vt 0 S G R A O S I A' ONE DOZEN Delicious with Soup, Cheese! FULL POUND PACKAGE FRESH GRADE A FRYIN CHICKEN P A N - R E A D Y CUT-UP CHICKEN 37 !b k H ^^^y ^^H ^Q0 iSS I9^M Vacuum-pocked In fnt West! Rich, fresh coffee! LEGS THIGHS 55 GRADE A FRESH CHICKENS ^m ^^ FRYER BREASTS 59 NECKS AND CHICKEN fJCOFFEE FFEE 1-LB. CAN 'Ib. ORK CHOPS VET'S DOG FOOD Nutritious pet ration $| No. 1 Cans DOUBLE LUCK. Regular CAL FAME FRUIT DRINKS Pineapple-Orange, Cherry-Apple, or P/neapp/e-GropefYuff CUIST RANCH soft, absorbent LE SILVER-DALE FROZEN VEGETABLES * SWEET GREEN PEAS * GOLDEN CUT CORN * TENDER BUTTER BEAM) GRAND TASTE TENDER FRANKS Simply grand! Juicy/ 45 C Pound Package FOX LIQUID BLEACH Fresh, full strength 29* Half Gallon ISSUE 4 ROLL PAK LARGE FIRST CUT Lean, Meaty Eastern Pork CENTER CUT RIB CHOPS ROAST n £? QUALITY HOUSE Sauerkraut 22-ci. Jar . ifibertci Peaches GRAND TASTE ALL MEAT OR BEEF A |H f HILLSD ALE SLICED Sheed Bologna »" *»·! Pineapple WISCONSIN CHEESE M. P. S.J mi f*f S W BRAND Sharp Cheddar % 59 Kidney Beans O PtYlt Ucun CTC -- . _ __________ " Fresh Pork Lean and Meaty 3-lb. Average C Ib. PIXIS HENU-ETS GRAPEFRU1 GLOBE A-l BRAND · Spaghetti lOj-ox. Pkg. Mb. Pkg. . HUNT'S, Cocktail FOXi r ° MAro Catsup No. 1 i Cans No. 303 Cans No. 300 Cans Oscar Mayer Yellow Band First Quality, Smoked Pure Pork Our Own Fresh Made Producr Oscar Mayer Breakfast Links Eastern Grain-Fed Pork 1 C Ib. FRESH CAUGHT, BONELESS All Meat, Skinless Prices Good Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, February 4, 5, 6, 7, 1960 14-oj. Btls. ARIZONA DESERT . Sweet and Juicy from Sun-drenched orchards EACH R H U B A R B STRAWBERRY Invigorating flavor for pies, saucei VAN CAMP'S FROZEN CASSEROLES * POTATOES All GRATIN if SPINACH LOAF * TENDERONI CHEESE 12-or. Pkgs. ORANGE ROIL COFFEE CAKES Pkfl. OC_ of s Z3C MM de tamps B A K E R I E S SPECIALS! nt. 4.7 2-UYER MILK CHOCOLATE CAKE ...98c h,ir50c ONIONS Sweet Spanish CARROTS Crisp 'Mogglo' Paki III CONFECTION ROLL , DAKER BOY J Dessert treat ' N^bllCO S A R ( J w i C j O R E O C R E M E S I Sunthini I CHICKEN OF THE SEA CHUNK TUNA GERBER'S STRAINED BABY FOODS CHOCOLATE DROP MOTHER'S COOKIES FLORIENT PUSH-BUTTON SPRAY DEODORIZER FOAM-BLEACH pk; 9 :49c; AJAX CLEANSER . ^ . . . . . . . . . . . . CLEANS CLEAR THROUGH ..ib.p,«i. 9 . 49c FAB DETERGENT NO. '/. FLAT TIN ^t SIZE 33c 43c LARGE PKG. 4-OZ. CAN J9- 2i REG. CANS LARGE PKG. f HYDROX COOKIES I p«clt«9« 3/C Beiuty B«r, So.p J ~\ ~l 5 O C" i.n.b n 37c Cashmere Bouquet \£ JjC »;«· J^)C . CREPT DETERGENT IVORY SNOW OR FLAKES IVORY SOAP "It Flout!!" Pertonal Size _ _ Madiun Bar 3 for 35c_ L f l r g * B n r 2i.,37c G u a r a n t e e d by Procf«r tt G

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