Independent from Long Beach, California on April 5, 1963 · Page 27
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 27

Long Beach, California
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Friday, April 5, 1963
Page 27
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IHAST W,AIU By KIM Ih Wi»llin»lon| or« i no IND=P£ND?NT--P«a« A-27 use THE INTERCOM SAVE AT BURKS SAV^E_AT _BJiKS--SAYlf AT^BURKS SAVE AT BURK. Sisters Reunited ^·EDMONTON. Alta. IB -- '« Tw^sisters who had not seen k^eaej^other for 60 years met Sthtrweek. Mrs. Riva Kest*n. urwtek_ Mrs. Riva Kesten- W. flew from Israel for with Mrs. Hyman IjGoIdsBck. 67. "Die sisters I-itrt separated in 1903 while ;IlrtigT«n Latvia. U.IY. Committee Asks Sanctions on Portugal UNITED NATIONS (UPI)--'impose sanctions on Blue Lobster . SHELBURNE. N. S. tf» -Jack Thorburn has caught a lobster he's turning over to science instead of eating. It's the first bright blue one vet [eraa fishermen say they've The'Colonialism Ommittee!f°r refusal to abide by Unitedjseen. Nova Scotia lobste: 19 to 0 Thursday to re-p lti °rt* decisionj on its ter-jusually are dark green ti . T . for the many new Cofor TV Specfoct/forj EASY TERMS · LOW PRICES MB* !i ill itk tint nr flu Ur FREE HOME TRIAL! Cloon Fna Knj Mciiti OKI mints tnt SUIDAT (Illk Jtortj) (Ditiiovi) UIT11 ) 1001 UITIL T BURKS 356 LONG BEACH BLV.D: 5372 LOHGBIEACH BLVD. quest the Security Council to nt ories In Africa. brownish preen. SAVE AT BURKS SAVE AT BURKS SAVE AT BURKS. SAVE AT BURKS SBET-SSSS3SS iK' COMPLETE WEATHER FOXCCAST r : Mostly xonnv ted** arid Saturday, but seme I tart* i*tura«if momma. Cooler iaturd«. HI* and SaturCtv. Lfl kmrti moniirtBL Coofer. SUX JWOOH AND T1BCS J » i.m. Sunxt: t It a.m. THUI5D4YS WEATHEt IEFO«Tt LfiTB Caii toni a H t. . n si I · Bea . .77 5« -15 50 .79 a Frtsno _. Wrwaort Bc«cft Ptlrn SaTTWos . S»cr»r Via Bernard;na ISBP 1 - . n a . a a _ n «t .11 a Aer*i« flw Mjtio* Atlanta Vsmardt ·wloB Buflale Ckiran * rvttaod Cltvttam Caovvr Oes Mointi . Detroit Fairtanlti . Fort Wort* . Helena M I Prc. -Is SI M a! u a » ~ n a tneianaDOlti Karnas CM to Vnu _ _ a ·» :S5 :SS ?7 WtshinotOT . -- * M«h«st 1«mr»ratur« THunaay to Iht a aaia»« Mrrlla leach. S.C. Ltwtsi w«j « at Famo. » D. Fhe delegations abstainedl from votio'g--Australia, Den-j | mark. Italy. Britain and the United States. Voting for the resolution were Bulgaria. Cambodia. Chile, Ethiopia. India. Iran. Iraq. Ivory Coast. Madagas- |ear. Mali. Poland, Sierra Leone, Syria, Tanganyika. Tunisia. Russia. Uruguay, Venezuela and Yugoslavia. The resolution sponsored by 12 Afro-Asian members and Yugoslavia condemned Portugal's attitude toward its obligations under the U.N. 'charter and requested the Se- ·curity Council to take appropriate measures, including sanctions." against the Lisbon government. An attempt by the Latin American members of the committee to remove the word "sanctions'* from the operative part of the resolution failed. The sponsors, knowing that the Latin Americans would support the resolution whether the word: [were taken out or not. wouV UJ. WMThlt JUUA'J "rt ANTICIPATED RALV TODAY describes a curious stocking-like pattern, extending from northwest to southeast Chilly in New England. litltal AoVertiiemenn ; VOTE TODAY FOR ·DR. JAMES f Crawford BOARD OF EDUCATION ·1 X fo3» rmitW. UicwtoJ HTgk feaaol r.t.A- Imitntt ky * ftrtm hr «off«itt MTA Revenue Up 2.1 Percent | LOS ANGELES (CNS) -The Metropolitan Transit Au-| thority's revenue increased 2.1 percent last year despite! a 5.1 percent decrease in' passengers, t h e California] Public Utilities Commission reported Thursday. | Releasing results of a survey of 16 California bus tines, the PUC said overall patronage dipped 1.2 percent while revenue advanced 62 per cent. CARPET CITY CLEARANCE SALE Oily for a wrcV ending April f. ALL WOOL PILE ALL NYLON PILE I RAYON TWEED FILE RUGS 19 95 ROOM sac Remnants 50% OFF CANDY STRIPE CARPET Reduced to T 5 £101 CONTINUOUS fOAMINT NYLON 095 (111 igiiiiTt WOtoc cad Aimunter Corptl REDUCED 30% 20 ReSs SCglfly Imperfect Carpet I " · PHONE COLLECT FOR FREE ESTIMATES [LOS ANGELES 1 ·' ii I-SIII 1 · iiu i. wurtu · ' ' IMT fflamaa Ira. ANAHEIM ri Jim 7» t tiini ImKaaataa t SAN DiEGO CT 7-IIII III W. WlSHIlTCi lux lith Ina WESTCOYINA TI MS1I 131 S. SS1UT ·i It 1. H liTf IM LONG BEACH n 7-rm IITI I- iimiM 1 OPEM DAILY 1-1. SAT. 9-4. SUN. 124 we proudly present America's leading label: [HART SCHAFFNER MARX \Vc happily welcome this most famous of all fine labels into our family of distinguished clothing. Most famous, did we say? Just for the record, more men wear Hart Scbajfner Marx than any other \ine label on earth! And for the Sixties, it's sewn inside the finest clothing HSM has ever made. Premium rich-textured imported and domestic fabrics arc combined with HSM's worldly new styling. Your Hart Schaffner Marx looks, feels, and fits iikc the thoroughbred article it is. Best of all, HSM-qua.ity is affordably priced from $79-95 to $125. Our handsome, handpicked collection features the most popular patterns and shades! We cordially invite you to join the distinguished legion of superbly groomed men who wear Hart Schaffner Marx. Soon? 30 Day Charge Accounts Invited Bankamcricirds Accepted BROADWAY at PACIFIC Long Beach HE 2-8421 Open FriJaj Eits. 'til 9 }·"·

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