Independent from Long Beach, California on April 5, 1962 · Page 66
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 66

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, April 5, 1962
Page 66
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P 7 Z 3 - P I 7 Z 5 P Z 3 - P I 6 Z 5 Hair Styling ron MKX W» Aro Prnud nt I ho Service \Vi «ih« Our Cuttonirr* 9440 Arlcsia Blvd. Bcllflowrr Jfeit to PS RrtUurant Juit E»«t of Clirk . U*f (IK*. CWI. Tkn. Unt L IM1 Argentina Names Envoy to Court U.S. ; BUENOS AIRES (^-President Jose Maria Guido named a special roving ambassador Tuesday to court diplomatic .recognition of his military- directed regime by the United States and Venezuela. At the same time. Guido ordered Argentine diplomats abroad to convey to other foreign governments a supreme court ruling tnat his takeover was legal. There was obvious concern In the new government over the aloofness in foreign capitals on the matter of diplomatic recognition after last week's military ouster of Arturo Frondizi as president. 8th ANNUAL ORANGE COUNTY Home Show APRIL 4 thru APRIL 8 ai ORANGE COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS Donn Oprn WfA, Hurt., FrL I p.m.-ll p.m.. Fit. I Sun. 11-11 5 BIG DAYS Uxital Mum Huhor Blid. k Nrujnrt KM.. «rfl F«lr Drtie WIN · FREE · WIN More Exhibits More Prizes WIN THIS FOUR.BEDROOM HOME The 'GEORGIA PACIFIC House Built by Wettport Development Company · itinctd Ftwtr H»m». ftlturlng Oiffvri **4 ftlttlrr Built. ·f FulUfte". D.eonttd *nj (urnlihtd t/ Fr«nk Br»l. of fJN U«"l 8'itn. ' \lt Hillnc*d Povrtr HAW* SEE THE TRAVELERS THREE... nT#et fr.*»i Lai Vtjti «n1 H · w 1 II. CrllKII i 1 lildt IK ftk urg. 'J Tim*.** DISCOUNT TICKETS fxfe w D'KMnl A*miu«il fictvtl 11*4 -- A*wfcM« ft tfl OrwiM CMflty ALFHA ·! · lit -- it. CMIK.I On C.. OHUH -- ADMISSION: Adulli ...85* Junior! . .55c ChlMrin . .25e A GEORGE COIOURIS PRODUCTION 4 hy Otmngn C.nttntf /fuiM^ri* /4iln. . -- . f MM C*. ·ffictt -- PKHIC T*|«*IWM .fnrn -- M«Mf« 9»4 LM« ^fim ·- Kiciltltr Crrrr -- IIMCM Mtrtnn MM M POPULAR PLACE One of the more popular spots in any USO is the telephone booth. Here two sailors plan their off- duty weekend with the help of USO volunteers and" the phone. USO is one of the 33 agencies supported by local Community Chest funds. USO Is Important Aid to Servicemen As observance is made ir April of services provided those in the armed forces from the Long Beach area by USO in this country and at the 26 installations overseas Guy S. Balser, Community 3hcst president, reminded res idents that they are sharing in the organizations' activi tics. "USO in one of our X. agencies." Balser stated, "am we believe its services are a essential today as during war time." "A current survey being conducted by United Commu nity Funds and Councils of America is expected In pinpoint more exactly the benefits received." he added. · * # · EXPLAINING THAT mili ;ary officials agree upon the continued need for USO services Balser quoted the opinion of General Anthony C. Me- Auliffc (USA Ret.), hero of Bastogne. "We have put trcmcndou firepower in the hands of 01' and then asked them not to use it. but to be ready to use it." McAuliffe s t a t e s . ' T h i i drains the body and spirit. I must be replenished and rcc ognizcd." He c o m p a r e s the USO world-wide program as pro viding the w e a r y GI with what the dug-out in Yankee s t a d i u m provided a weary lickey Mantle between uv lings. Balser says that the local :ontribution made to USO ex ends hometown services to iur men and women in the rmed forces wherever they may be stationed. * · · · EVERY DAY we see hun drcds of men from every state n the union eagerly accepting he hospitality of our loca' Armed Services YMCA, prov ng their desire for wholesome ccreation when off duty," the ;hcst president points out. Allocations made to the oca! Armed Services YMCA iy the Chest during the two years since they have rcccivec 10 USO support have neces arily increased. B a l s e r ex ilaincd. and. this in turn, has meant that our allocations o USO have hid to be de- Teased. "Yet. we feel obligated to help support activities for our own residents serving thei country elsewhere." SELL OFF Wi hove a large Inventory of the n ' w aluminum awnings are bonded by aluminum awning material which mutt bo disposed of before May I Oth. Our crews are standing by to give you immtdiate Installation at DRASTICALLY REDUCED PRICES · NO DOWN PAYMENT · NO PAYMENT FOR 45 DAYS · 36 MO. HOME IMPROVEMENT LOANS AVAILABLE Our Qualify Crataanship Tops All Competitors · PATIOS · C A R PORTS · D O O R HOODS ·WINDOW AWNINGS · COMMERCIAL ·STORE FRONTS ·RESTAU- RANTS METAL SHADE Products Direct f/oxafum Manufacturer 24-Hour Phone Service ·--KEIIogg 2-1633 If Tell Call Collocf 706 W. KATEILA, ORANGE Alcoholism to Be Topic of Meeting Richard Cline. chairman o Community A f f a i r s . Lons teach Council nf Churches will talk on alcnhnlism a mectinc nf Fremont P-T.A Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Musical entertainment wil e provided hy the tons ?euh Recreation Department Bryant Elsie M. Farris, traveler ecturer and attorney, wil alk on "Education Aroum he World," «t meeting o Bryant P-T.A. Tuesday at 7:30 i.m. in the auditorium. The Mother Sinficrs wil irescnt a program of songs Burbank Hitma Bordcn will talk on he instructional aids made in he school's industrial work shop at meeting of Burbanl '·T.A. Tuesday at 7:30 p.m n the auditorium. Music will be presented hy he Jrffcrson Jr. Hiph Chora Iroup. Wlllird Willard P-T.A. will mee Tuesday at I -10 p.m. in the auditorium. Donald E. Bowlus. schno psychological services, wil alk on discipline. Seroni grade students will prrsen irogram of folk dnncing. Pool Safety to Be Discussed William Vaughn, safely rep resentative for Shell Oil Com [Mny, will talk on swimmin pool safety, at meeting o Tinchcr P-T.A. Tuesday a 7:30 p.m. in the auditorium. Ruth Kashishian will pre sent Glee Club in muiica program. SAVE 16* £( oil plus IOC coupon intidi 4 Saves Time 4 Saves Money UTWISTIRNTO SALE PRICES EFFECTIVE THURS., FRI., SAT., SUN., APRIL 5-6-7 '·9ISEJ FLY WESTERN TO SEATTLTS WORLD PAI SUNSHINE STATE RANGE JUICE FLY WESTERN TO SEATTiTS WOR1D FAIR Jtnatr, Jjtliciou6, (Jmuty FRESH FRYING YOUR FAVORITE PARTS MEATY «l*!c WINGS 23'" TENDER ! LEGS AND BREASTS! THIGHS WHOLE BODY C PAN READY BLEU CHEESE · THOUSAND ISLAND · SOUR' CREAM YOUR CHOICE DRESSINGS LOOK FOR YOUR ROD'S COUPON AT OUR DELICATESSEN CASE · 6OOD FOR YOUR CHOICE OF ONE FREE JANE ANDERSON'S SALAD! . JERSEYMAID CATERING ICECREA HALF GAL. ASPARAGUS FRESH Long Green j CUCUMBERS CALIMYRNA SUGARIPE EVAPORATED FIGS \ ^^ ** "· ^i Ac i fRESH 29 TOMATOES CELLO PKG. r/Aii I\CA\LM ^^^^ ^^^^ CUT-UP 33 BONELESS PICNICS 0 * tb LEAN SMOKED 59 FRESH FILLET OF SOLE 69 Ib -- LENTEN SEA FOODS COLUMBIA RIVER ; FROZEN SLICED SMELTS ISwordfish «* I 65; "OSCAR'MAYER" EASTER'N'PORK SLICED NORTHERN HALIBUT FROZEN 65 Ib QUAIL BRAND PET MILK TALL TINS CAMPFIRE Marshmollows PEAS ^Q^B ^^^^^A ^^^^B ^^^^^ ^^^* or KIDNEY BEAN/ $^00 QUAIL BRAND Yellow Cling PEACHES, FRUIT COCKTAIL OR TOMATOES No. 2'/2 TIN TINS YOUR CHOICE No. 303 TINS* r'KIDNEY BEANS | --No.300-TIN--J $2.98 RECORDS VALUE OVER 100 GOOD TITLES Plus Free Drawing FOR J*. JUKEIOX-- ONE TO IE GIVEN AWAY IN EACH THRIFTIMART --THE 0-M-L-Y^WAY TO FLY! KOLD KIST FROZEN BEEFSTEAKS BONELESS BRISKET CORNED BEEF ZESTRIL DELICIOUS SERVE HOT OR COLD AtPLE SAUtf LONG PLAY STEREO OR MONAURAL No. 303 TIN -'JAN'OV VODKA YOUR CHOICE 69 FULL QUART 3 WESTERN AIRLINES HUNT BREAKFAST FLIGHT WIN A FREE FLIGHT SEATTLE'S WORLD FAIR REGISTER AT ANY FLY WESTERN TO SEATTLE'S WORLD FAIR f LY WESTERN TU SEATTLE'S WORLD FAIR SPECIALS FOR QUART SIZE MOTHER'S tmmenm^sS. MOTHER'S 41^ 3^ BORSCHT3 1 MOTHER'S GEFILTE FISH QUAIL BRAND CATSUP No. 303 Tin Whole Kernel or Creamed FLY WESTERN TO SEATTLE'S WORLD FAIR YOUR CHOICE FOR * tY WESTERN TO SEATTLE'S WORLD FAIR- LONG BEACH 4151 N*rlh Viking Way (at Cane* and Itllflowtr llrd.) 2U4 IcHflowcr Blvd. (at Sftorni St.) 5819 North 8«IUIow«r llvd. (at South St.) LOS AUMITOS 11322 Los Alamltos Blvd. (Just South BUENA PARK La Palma and Stanton (Behind Sears) Lincoln and Knolt GARDEN GROVE Chapman at Brookhurst Brookhurst at Westminster 11861 Valley View (Eastgate Shopping Center)

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