Independent from Long Beach, California on February 28, 1969 · Page 20
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 20

Long Beach, California
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Friday, February 28, 1969
Page 20
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A-20-INDEPENDENT (AM) . PRESS-TELEGRAM (PM| · Lent MKh. CilH., Fri, Ftb. 21, 1H» Relocate Payments Guidelines Policies governing relocation payments to persons whose property is being acquired for expansion of Drake Park have been adopted by the City Council. In general, the policies follow guidelines established by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, and are the same as those used for expansion of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Park. City Manager John R. Mansell told councilmen it is estimated relocation payment costs will total 5132,000. The federal government will reimburse the city for such costs. ( * * * · PAYMENTS will include up to $200 for moving costs and losses of personal property for families and individuals, up to $3,000 for moving costs and losses of personal property for business and nonprofit concerns, payments for certain settlement, costs, up to $500 to families and elderly individuals to aid in minimizing hardships, fixed payments of $2,500 to small business with grass incomes of less than $10,000 to minimize hardships, and, under certain circumstances, a relocation payment up to $5,000 to displaced owner-occupants of single or two-family units. Councilmen authorized allocation of $15,000 to meet relocation payments for the current fiscal year. The costs must be paid by the city, which then will he reimbursed by the federal government. Tape Player Gone Stephen Corcoran, 10001 Creek Lane, La Habra, told Long Beach police Thursday that his car, parked in the California State College lot, was tooted of a stereo tape player valued at $250. There'i a wonderful new air about th* «ditorial poqs . . . «very Sunday, Tueiday, ond Thursday. Arpegs and Shallmar whert there was ones only Merman and Old Spies. Flora Lewis, girl columnist, wallet hallowad halli whsrs only men ones walked. H'l not a man'i world any mors . . . or haven't you noticed! Don't misi hsr. SUFFERIN' SUFFRAGE: Where's it all going to «nd? Now th» Independent, Press- egrom has added a female columnist to the Editorial 'age. Every Sunday, Tuesday cmd Thursday. Thnts a man's world, lad:es. Boycott er column. PLEASE... DON'T READ FLORA LEWIS! Cobra 1969 Cobra SportsRoof with 428 CID Cobra Jel Ram-Air V-8 ^^·P ··· i^TM i^TM ^^^^^^^« ^^^^^ ___ again! Torino Cobra wins Daytona II Three races--three wins. Right on top of a 1-2-3 finish in the Riverside 500 and victory in the ARCA 300, Ford's Torino Cobras take three of the top four places in the Daytona 500, with Lee Roy Yarbrough piloting the winning car. All of the 50 cars that started were specially modified for racing. Only 28 finished. Proof that Torino Cobra can take it. You get a lot of this same kind of winner- take-all action in the Cobras you'll find in your Ford Dealer's Performance Corner. And at a price below belief. Cobra comes with a standard 4-barrel 428 CID V-8, rated at 335 horsepower. There's a Cobra Jet Ram-Air version available. Transmission is a trigger-quick, fully synchronized 4-speed box. There's a chassis to match, with competition suspension, staggered rear shocks, 6-inch wheel rims, belted wide-tread F70 x 14 white sidewall tires, hood lock pins--the works. Two-Door SportsRoof or Hardtop models. Try some Cobra action for yourself at your Ford Dealer's Performance Corner. See why Going Ford is the Going Thing! Ford has a Corner on Performance February 1-Riverside 500*. Torino Cobras sweep 1st, 2nd and 3rd--Richard Petty sets new record in his first race in a Ford. · February 16--ARCA 300*. Torino Cobra wins with ARCA champion Benny Parsons at the wheel. February 23-Daytona 500*. Torino Cobras win, taking three of the first four places. Lee Roy Yarbrough drove the winner. ·All cats intend w«r« specially modlflod lor racing. COBRA

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