Independent from Long Beach, California on February 13, 1958 · Page 80
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 80

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, February 13, 1958
Page 80
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P8 Z 1-2-3-4--P 12 Z 5 INOEHNDENT-MISS.mtOKAM Long «.=h, Collf., Thuo,, Fib. 13, 1»5« Safer Night Driving GM Campaign By ART STEPHAN Independent, Presn^Trteitrmm. Aulo tdllor . LOS ANGELES -- Fifteen thousand lives could be spared each year on the nation's highways if the night-driving accident, rate could be cut .to.the daytime average, Light B. Yost of General Motors said. Tuesday. . . "It is three times as -dangerous to. drive at night, as during "can cb'me'to a-safe stop in the vision distance their headlights afford. GM HAS ENLISTED the aid of its more than 18,000 car and truck, dealers, including .more than 400 in Southern California, plus" thousands of indpend- ent garages, and service-stations in "this, campaign .to" promote. wwo i.w wi,*"- "u At.^ti^,. «.. « - - -- o jj^ UllSv CoIIlpcUgll .LL» IJIUUUJIC, the day," Yost declared, '"In i safety-aimed.headlights for all California alone, we could save, makes Bn d' models' of cars and 1,315' lives by making ..nightl^^s : · " · · - driving as safe as,day_dnving."|..' ^^ ^ on]y R .^ ^ j Yost addressed a G.M spon- , a mbtoris 't's time and · sored meeting of traffic experts,,, a .. prccise art Mr _ Yost noted j j safety leaders and civic of ficials jA . m »; nutef] . actjon - o£ an jnch . jin Los Angeles to explam.Gen- varianc( ,' j. the head i amp .' cah nnnl TWfrtfrn-e' TlQtir»Tl«71 Ho. 'TlKrhl- . _ . : . _ r eral Motors' nationwide 'night ! safety campaign, whose slogan i is "Aim to Live." ^ * v , ^ . - . ~ "·-· per cent o£ the light-needed'for more than half the cars on the, a{e driv ^ under road today have'poorly-aimed CUBS MEET STARS Joining with thousands of Cub Scouts at the big' show in Shrine Auditorium Saturday, arranged by the May* Co. on the 48th anniversary of Scouting, were numerous Lakewood and Long Beach Cubs. Here two Cubs, Griffin Foster, 10, of Den 1, Pack 33 and Bobby Mather, 10, of Den 12, Pack 33, look at'an Indian held by Tony Carlson, dancer of the Wyandot Dance Team of Kodiyapi Chapter, Order of the Arrow. At the rear are Walter Powers', advertising director of May Co., and Eve. Brent, who plays the role of "Jane" in the new Tarzan series. headlights. The average motorist doesn't realize, he said, that headlights need adjusting just like other parts of any car. HE · OUT that mean lights aimed too far to either side, or -too high or too low for safe vision.' Up to 80 conditions. 1 "I urge every motorist to join this 'Aim to Live' campaign," Yost declared. "Properly aimed like other parts ot any car. Keadlight to ther with cor . Normal road shock and traffic rect dimming habits ^ a]ert bumps in everyday driving - . , . _ ., cause maladjustment and resulting poor vision.. driving, can help, stem the loss of so many lives -on our high' mms poor vision . ways-at'ni E ht." Yost said the General Mo- Cor Drives Jnto Drive-In Store .WEST-''L'AEAYETTE (KB -Sigh on.'. .Southworth's Book tore "w^ich recently was damaged when · a,, car crashed' through: the : front, window. P u r d u e - University'i only drive-in bookstore'.'.': 1 , . · CAMERON'S NURSERY MOVBS Located in Bellflower since 1942, Cameron's .-Nursery has moved to a new .. and larger site at 16910 Woodruff Ave, the r corner of .Walnut and Woodruff. . Operated by Frank and Edna Cameron, the big nursery was at 9846 E. Belmont Ave With 400 feet of. boulevard frontage and plenty 1 of parking, the new store and shade house was designed and built by Cameron. The newest type of plastic shade covering is used instead of lath to give diffused sun- light'The store is fully stocked in garden supplies, fertilizers and insecticides, and .has a very large' selection.of quality pIants..The firm does landscape con. tract .work'arid offers counsel on all landscaping problems. . WHEN YOU SERVE APPLESAUCE Sure You SERVE - THEIIJT! None finer in Tisre, Texture, Color. 'Sparkling.blend of .only the 6nttt New York State Apples." tors '"Aim to Live" campaign is directed at: · 1. Urging-every motorist to have his headlights aimed immediately and- then have.-them regularly inspected', twice a j year. 2. Encouraging motorists' to observe the "dimming" rule on streets and highways. 3. Alerting drivers to .limit their speed at night so .they Barcus Drug to Present Bomb Shelter to Someone Determined-to alert, the public to the dangers of* an H-bo'mb attack and.the devastation that would follo\y: ( ,A1 'Barcus, owner of Barcus Rexall Drug Store; Bellflower and S p r i n g Sts., Long Beach, decided the best emphasize, this dangerj |would be to. display- a bomb; shelter .and later present 'it to some.resident of ttiis area, .This bomb 'shelter is constructed , according to recom- |mended standards and has been] called a "second home at home"| win this shelter. It will also be 'which is certainly would be ifiinstalled at no charge.-Coupons this country were struck by a can'.be obtained w i t h i n the bombing attack. ' (bomb shelter and deposited at · It is made of fabricated steeljBarcus Drug Store, 3000 Belland is designed to accommodate flower Blvd., for the. drawing. four persons. No .purchase will be necessary to 1 be-eligible'to The shelter will go on'display today.'. That's how many formulas were tried to get a "prize" Cereal for your baby. The new Gerber High Protein Cereal is the result of several years of study on the protein value of various grains. After the study was completed, 40 cereal mixtures were prepared, analyzed and evaluated. The formula selected was the one which had the most delicate flavor and met the best nutritional standards set for your baby. Extra-Special care of this type goes into every food Gerber prepares for your baby. For when it comes to babies...mothers and Gerber agree, it's quality first. BABY FOODS Prepared, and packed in Oakland, California. Captured in cans by ^KA^'-J./ Stokefrs Stokelys i* ··£, y m A. X I ft V SWEET Stokelyi SSfEf PEA 5 with the traditional goodness offender cut green beans! An old-fashioned 'family favorite. Now you. can Serve Shellie Beans they come from the can enjoy this famous dish all year 'round! StokelyY or try them flavored with bacon, .ham or onions, Shellie Beans are just as tender, just as delicious as , topped with cheese, a sweet and sour dressing," or the beans grandma used to fix. . . . an egg sauce.vDelkious in casseroles and stews. -

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