Independent from Long Beach, California on April 5, 1962 · Page 51
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 51

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, April 5, 1962
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Ptg» E.IO-INDEPENDENT UM §1*0. C*lv Itari., A*rt I, INI FROM 9 TO 5 "Gosh, kWs ... this cofffe it strong." Leave OKd for 17 L.B. Teachers A year's sabbatical leav for 12 Long Beach Unifici School District instructor: his been approved by thi Board of Education. On leave during the 19G2 fi3 school year will be Bob D Parger, Natalie A. Bartlett Kathryn K. Caskcy. Edward Hcnsclman, Edward M. John son. Wayne E. Metsker, Del bcrt F. Pcnhall, LaVonne E. Smart, Jean H. Smith, Leon C. Van Oosten, Mary Jo \Voodfin and Margaret Good man-Malamuth. Sabbaticals during the sec ond semester only were op proved for five additional applicants. They aro Myma S Brown. Jane B. Hayncs, Rich ard Heidelberg. Anna K. Mn demuth and Marion A. Wil liams. Co/-/ Lin/i,s Fill Ware Tall Fences Installation of protectiv fencing at the Lakcwood an Alondra Park golf course was ordered Wednesday b the. Board of Supervisors. At Lakcwood, the board or dercd that a 300-foot scctio of four-foot fence along th north side of Carson Strcc be replaced by chaln-lln fence 40i£ feet liiRh at estimated cost of $7,300. At Alondra Park In Lawn dale, the board ordered ercc lion of 1.C82 feet of cight-foo chain-link fence between th northwest section recreatio area and the fiolf course. Es timated cost is $5,300. ·Bids on both projects w! be opened April 25 by th County Engineer. Birmingham Hits Back at Boycott BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (UPI --The needy continued to re ccivc free food provided by the federal govcrnmcn Wednesday, bill InTM! official w a r n e d the supply sooi would be shut off because o n Negro boycott directed apiinst white merchants. "Economic sanction Is two-edged sword," said Bir mincham Mayor Art Hancs "It can cut both ways." The city commission voice un,inimtusly Tuesday night to withdraw fiom a program under which tho federal government provides free food to reedy counties that agree tc pay the rnt of storage and distribution. Thirty-nno communities in Jefferson (Birmingham) Coun ty have Ken participating In the program, at a cost to the county of about $100,000 an' nually. · COUNTY officials Mid 4.V 4M I*rsnnj r e c e i v e d food under the county program list month, tnd it has been estimated thit the pr nne titr.e '0.000 of , 0 j cc , ,,, ^ about , 03 [*r cent About VL.Vn jxx;r.J.i of n e e d y r*rvm B0st his center month wprJy on hand. In torr.e tie*, such M Uaa, month supply wi^ the $100.000 tlon COM*, a the commission 1 ! ficlali of seven] rnunltlej had quiYu^? whether the »aosa ot received Jm " · program In reu« tout ttf. n,«.». t. · iii"tt» ·« i »«r'. i« «e«» .^M^^^··::·· ^gS5P^^' k ^;^'.''-' !; " ^%?w^'r'~,'. ~-if'.: ',': ,; , .,; ,-' l4v?f^?^'^M";-- ; , -/ , * , , - · · /'*' J ,t's/' '$" '*"',''**'* * " ^ -I-** A penny can make your drink f asf e better. Not by dropping it In tho glass. But by spending that much more per drink for your whiskey. Hera is what this extra penny can buy: A whiskey made from grains graded flandfZ. The best there arc, says-tho government. 'A whiskey that goes through more distilling, stages--to get rid of unwanted flavor elements. And Icava just the wanted ones. A whiskey called, in two well-known words,. Four Roses. Four Roses starts with more-character to Its flavor^And it stays that way. In your drink. Wo mako sure itdoes (again with tho aid of that hard-working penny) by taklngour blended whiskey ono step furtherthan other distillers.. It proves to be a Very Important step. It keeps .' thatFourRosesflavoralivointhedrink. Mix can't mix away its authority. Ice can't melt away its character. So the surprise Isn't that Four Roses costs more.Tho surprise is how little more it costs. An Investment in a bottle of Four Roses comes to about a penny more a drink. Abetterdrink,'thatis. Four Roses 4 fifth

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