Independent from Long Beach, California on April 5, 1963 · Page 26
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'..'0. .. * U"« ' · CtM.. rrUn. AM V INI . | Trcalj- Signctl J THK HAGUE «V-Tunisia 1 has signed t treaty. with The » Netherlands tuaranteeing . to protect Dutch proj,rty as En inducement for Investments in the North African" nation. Police Insignuf^ at LA .Port Rapped The Los Angeles Harta/ · lag" that the fhouldejrpatth- Commissiocers w a n t to eradicate t h e ' n a m e of ·Long Beach" from the S16 m i l l i o n cargo-passenger terminal in San Pedro.; V Commissioner Dr. Joseph Carrabino, a UCLA profes-' sor. said he had noticed guards at the Consolidated Marine. Inc., terminal wearing "Long Beach Security Guard" shoulder patches. He said he also noticed during a visit to the terminal -- the biggest and most modern of its kind in the world--that the motorcycles also bore the insignia of the Long Beach Security PatroL Carrabino asked the act- Ing general manager, John F. Parkinson, to write a letter to the terminal ask- »Ad vehicle removed befort gets the t ls la Long Beach. .^. WITH A MIGHTY SPLASH, MODEL OF APOLLO SPACECRAFT HITS WATER IN TEST AT NORTH AMERICAN AVIATION Frtt Cvsfemef Forilag at 345 RM ST. GO INTO BUSINESS FOR YOURSELF by looking in the -Business Opportunities" ccl- umns of the Independent,' Press - Telegram Classified section. RESERVE YOUR ROOMS NOW FOR EASTER WEEK! M'Namara Plans Trip to Europe WASHNGTON OB--Secretary of. Defense Robert S-f Toss Into Pool Tests Spaces/tip at Downey A full-scale Apollo space-pact affects the spacecraft's craft model, suspended from*-namic stability, crew \ _-,-. I, ~~*A ^-A,l,,« Hems' ««««· ,nd ,,,·»· 49th Street Apartment Zoning. OKd By LEE CRAIG Aerospace Editor Overruling a protest, the Council has granted a Robert ST ^ f^^ pindu!umj tems ' tes ^ e «* *»» ^f*TM* '« » *' **». ***· McNamara win make a qukk'made its first -night" Thurs- crew-couches absorb impact [unit apartment development trip to London and Paris neit'day at North American Avia-. Information obtained from'at 91 W. 49th St. «-»v *ii«, rwafjt^c* rwif»««»'t;rt« T « d-.?,-* «n/4 rnform*tuin instruments within the model T» nmt«cttn«* . . week, the Defense Defense! lion's Space and Information! mstrulllent * within the model Department a n n o u n c e d Systems plant in Downey. I 1 " 11 ** relayed and recorded Thursday. ' ' : : I, The McNamara' and a 'party- cf dung was «d and magnetic The protesting group, representing 32 per cent of 231 Palm Sunday. April 1 · 5 to 6 4 7 lo 8 JANE RUSSELL * BERYL DAVIS CONNIE HAINES April II. 12. 13 RUSS MORGAN · 3 P.M. to 1 JO AJ4. . eni "Hij M*sif n lit Mer[en Matitr" parcel owners, had appealed _,, ,, , - Apollo spacecraft)* «* «««a to overrule the water tank. to simulate the « designed to land ca earth Planning Commission s grant top Pentagon. officials wiH, dropped into a 300,000-galIonl The_r · _ · ·*·_ _ _ » _ ' · · ' _ i _ . _ _ » _ * _ . _ T ^ _ _ . I ^ * _ it _ ' t * rT»«Y* cans to the moon. leave Tuesday evening and return to Washington oa Friday. April 12. , In London.: thft Denfese Secretary will .-meet, with] Later drop tests from the British Defense M i n i s t e r towering 123-foot pendulum Peter Thomeycroft. The announcement s a i d way it may land on earth * water . usin g after taking the first Amen- parachutes to soften the land- · - · · · a* ' t y: In later tests, the Apollo will investigate how water ixn- only that the meeting wiH involve -another cf their con- inaing conversations on mat- «ri of mutual interest.'* Easter Sundor. April 14 · 3 P.M. : , THE MITCHELL BOYS'CHOIR : ComplhnttUrj Etsitr Olstrrtaci · , . .MHE NEWPORTER INN SR^ftV;.' 225 Rooms · ViHai · EestauranU · Golf · Swim ~ Jenabe'ret Ri Hwy, 101A · ~ N«wport Beach '' ORiol* 5-1700 or MAdison 8-172i (UA.) with weighted d u m m i e s Gen. Lyman ' L Lemnitzer, supreme Allied commander, in Paris. · [ Thomas K. Finletter, the US. representative to the HOWEVER, |t appeared^North Atlantic Council, and " Ckery the top U.5. and British' defense authorities would discuss developing plans for a fleet of Polaris missile-firing submarines and possibly increasing Britain's troop corn- other U.S. military and civilian officials win take part in.the talks.' Once again, there was no disclosure of the subject mat ter. But in aH likelihood the to Morris C. and Rebecca P. Hart to build 26 units on the six-acre plot The land, west ach Boulevard, has as a golf-driving strapped into couches restraint harness. ' Nineteen aluminum --., . . Apollos with the same shape,] R _2 weight and center of gravity as the eventual. mooncraft now are being built for test- with range. 1 The council action granted variance from the are lex) zoning and from the R-2 requirement that each unit hive 2,400 square feet of land area. Proposed units will have only 1,500, but the THE EASIEST, q u i c k e s t builder explained some of the way to get tenants, workers'projects's gross area Is ac buyers is with Classified ads,]counted for in widened Dial HE 2-5959 DOW. (streets and alleys. question of a NATO nuclear jlmitment to the North Atlantit J[Treaty Organization. ' ' jdeterfent a b o a r d Polaris jl On Thursday. April II.'missile-firing surface ships iVMcNamara will meet with[wtil be a prime subject. WORLD FAMOUS PIZZA PARLOR, cad ye elde public hone , " ··». Is Now Open in Ye Olde LAKEWOOD g (and it was such a aice little fowl) y/ Featuring WORLD FAMOUS PIZZA li'l « vnoB world) Munchen Style Bavarian Beer ^ ^? W «J ^^ TM $$ ^"^' *·' Conef of Carson ParamouJ ·of F'ma » Gi 421-8908 X ^ H psaof ira TIB PEW rerou m lam · inn inracn nuor BUD nsa · o t * urn tsruns a, tasamiaracn '· DOLUUI STORES B«XS OCT ITS BIG AldUAL , ,STER PARADE -UAIUES PICK OF THE NtW SPRING CROW World of Easttr Color for Ittrl* RUSSM! ; . 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