Independent from Long Beach, California on May 23, 1957 · Page 54
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 54

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, May 23, 1957
Page 54
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P I O Z 5 ; ' U| k«K IC.tlM.tfc.".. M.y 11, HIT NEW MCE Grandfather's c l o c k , pets n fnce - HftlnR In this m o d e r n plnstlc version f i t t e d with fluorescent tubes, decorative planter In base. Utah Will Arrest Highway Litterbugs SALT LAKE CITY Oi--LIN terbucs nro In for trouble this year If Iliey scattrr papers or imythlnE else on Utah'* high ways. The Utah UlEhwny Pntrol hns been ordered by Superintendent Lyle Hyatt to enforce strictly the state's two-year-old law acnJnst "lltlerbuKglng." In recent orders to his troopers. Hyatt pointed out that un der the law, "litter" Is defined us throwing "anythlnc but clear water" on the road or alone the right-of-way. Conviction can bring n fine of up to $299 and · 30-day Jail sentence. The patrol chief told his men that motorists they catch simply throwing n few papers from their cars should be stopped, told of their offense, asked to cooperate In keeplns the high ways clean, and be requested to pick lip the litter. · · · . BUT FOIVDItlVKKS or pas. xeneeri who toss out cans, beer botUei or anything else that would be a hazard fa traffic, Hyatt said arrest citations should be given--as well as making the offenders clean up the mess. i lie pointed out that In Call; fornla, Justices of the pence before whom Jitterbugs arc brought currently are making the debrl». dropper sweep up not only the »pot he littered but niljoln.nn ·trelches of highway. Hyatt is himself particularly nware of the dangers caused by persons tossing Utter from fast moving vehicles. Not long ago, he was driving his official car on a mission when a partly-eaten apple was hurled from the window of a school bus that was speeding In the opposite direction. The apple hit the windshield of Hyatt's auto and shattered It. "If It had been four Inches lower, the flying glass would have cut my head off." the patrol superintendent recalled grimly. "I was going about 60, The bus was doing around 40. That gave the apple a velocity of 100 miles an hour when It hit." · · · . · TIIK HUH INVOI,VKI» · was from an Idaho school whose students had been touring In Utah. School authorities were asked by the Utah J'atrol. lo tako disciplinary actions against the offenders. , Hyatt warned his troopers that they should be careful themselves and not add to the Utter by tossing papers-- partial, farly carbons from their clta- tlonbooks--alone the road when making arrests. He cited the case of one patrolman who had written out a ticket for a comely motorist · who hud n heavy French accent. The trooper thoughtlessly towed his carbons by the road- Hide, At this, the woman pointed · ml'iialnted fingernail at the plflr*r and remonstrtcd; T-m a*-? n leeter-lxig." Hyatt said, with n smile, "we don't want THAT to happen ·Bain." Mom Already Getting Her Aid . MILWAUKEE W -- There had been a siege of colds and flu In the Donald Ijilne home, so when Donnle. 4, went to bed Jie prayed thusly: "And please, God, make my daddy better and my iftter better and my mother--well, she went to the doctor today so You won't have to do much lor her." "of Lakewood "" · ' ·. ' MINK STOLE GIVEN FRIDAY NIGHT, MAY 31st I Pith up mi d.pculf your tlckrti by 7 p.m. Friday, May 31 it at any Loktwood Trlanglt itort «id you will l» quallfltd. Dtpotlr a« many « y»u con and Incrtaw youf chanui'ta win I WATCH FOR "MILLIONAIRE'S WEEK-END" J,-»,S.,l._^T.. J :0_l_J...E..II.;V,,.E.. 1 ._J.,_0^ll^ You MUST dmoill your llekiti by rU, Miy 3IH. . . . Thiy will b« void iltir Wit dill. . EVERY DAY'S a SPECIAL DAY at f. EVERY DAY'Sa SPECIAL DAY a t'M*frmatf\EVERY DAY'S a SPECIAL DAY EVERYBODY S3 GIANT OF FLAVOR BRASS RING BARGAINS U.S.D.A. GRADED "CHOICE" or "GOOD' ROUND STEAK STEW BEEF RUMP ROAST Swiss Style Cut Thick Boneless Lb. U.S.D.A. GRADED "CHOICE" OR "GOOD" Center Cut ROUND STEAK 65' U.S.D.A. GRADED "CHOICE" OR GOOD BONELESS ROUND STEAK U.S.D.A. GRADED "CHOICE" OR GOOD BONELESS SIRLOIN TIP CALIFORNIA BRAND-U.S.D.A. INSPECTED-GRADE A YOUNG TOM TURKEYS NEW CROP OVEN READY 16-22 Lbs. FARMER JOHN-PURE PORK ' rMKmtK junn--PUKE PUKK ^^ ^^ LINK SAUSAGE 22 RATH'S RACORN EASTERN KMin a riMVunn EMSIERM . · __ ^^ SLICED BACON 53 STRICTLY FRESH FILLET DOVER SOLE .b. 59' FISH STICKS £35 FOUR FISHERMEN-FROZEN FRUITS VEGETABLES U.S. NO. 1 WHITE ROSE U.S. NO. 1 WHITE RO5E ^Ifek ·· POTATOES 10... 25 ear t . COACHELLA VALLEY CORN SOLID GREEN HEADS CABBAGE 3 LONG GREEN CUCUMBERS 3 5Sg; SfcSf 5 ANOEL FOOD Apple COFFEE CAKE CAM 25* « urn 69' 11 I** "· "·' *Jt"* Oatmeal ,_, n 43' 11 COOKIES 25' MI. !|. 4H II | ,,,,. ,,, ,,,., SUNNY VALLEY FRESH GRADE A LARGE EGGS CH POWDERED OR BROWN . SUGAR SEASIDE LIMA BEANS RED R.E.D. 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IWANINIIHO HOLLAND HAMS JMIIYMAID COTTAGE CHEESE lUIITMAID HALF HALF Tin. $ 2 19 23' 23' ENCYCLOPEDIA Pictured Knowledge Vol. 8 and 9 Now on SaEc 29 EACH SPECIALS FOR THURS., FRF., SAT., SUN., MAY 23, 24, 25, 26 C LISTEN TO KMPC FOR OUR DAILY RADIO SPECIALS Wi Htwn* Id* Right I* Limit Qy.nllll.i 1«U» 1mx'M4*4 I. T«««H« H.Mi EVERY DAY'S A SPECIAL DAY AT RICHMOND 9-6251 EVERY DAY'S a SPECIAL DAY ai . EVERY DAY'S ^SPECIAL DAY at EVEKY DAY S a SPECIAL.

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