Independent from Long Beach, California on March 17, 1966 · Page 10
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 10

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Thursday, March 17, 1966
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Gaulle Woos British rMth Common Market Bid kMfce* Mb «·». **.»,«· w» -- _ ftl«ttes de Gaulle Wednesday MJpInd up Britain'! national fiction campaign with an of;l iiai notice thct France now ·item ir Britain's membeiship brought I it 4he E u r o p e a n Common ^'h : as desirable. French leader's care-Britain President fully timed move--one week said, would break inter-allied a f t e r announcing plans to contracts, quit the military organs of the North Atlantic Alliance -his country into line action the other five Common Market states which want the in. '·*X 'SWALLOW TALE* OVER KEG OF ALE SEDONA, Ariz. Mt--Two Arizona State College students arrested for drinking and imprudent driving gave this explanation to Justice of the Peace Harold H. Longfellow: "We were swimming in Oak Creek when here came this keg of beer floating down the stream. "Now, say it straight, judge -- what would you have done?" Longfellow peered sternly at Thomas Lee Glenn and Gus Leon Arzberger, b o t h 19. Their explanation, he said, was "a likely swallow tale." The judge fined them each $100. FRANCE'S CHANGED position was conveyed formally, and for the first time to Britain in the forum of the seven- nation Western Union (WEU) here, members of the union are France's five Common Market partners--West Germany, Italy, Belgium, Holland L u x e m b o u r g . All French delegate Jean Debrog- lie's statement that entry now is desirable. Nevertheless, the ment got only the wariest welcomes from Prime ter Harold Wilson's government. Foreign Secretary Michael Stewart said it has ated "a far healthier situation" than that in 1963 when De Gaulle vetoed Britain's entry. But Stewart told newsmen this has offset by France's withdrawal from the military network. This, With voting in Britain only two weeks away, De Gaulle's provided welcome am munition for the leaders of opposition Conservative and Liberal parties, Edward Heath and Jo Grimond, to fire at the ruling Laborites. G R I M O N D H A S l o n g pressed for British entry into E u r o p e a n the European setup whose Other members are pulling down all internal trade and tariff barriers. Heath was Britain's chief and negotiator in the two-year- echoed long talks that De Gaulle in 1963 brought to an embittered British end just when they looked like succeeding. The Conser- develop-vative leader v i s i t e d De of Gaulle in Paris last November Minis- on the President's birthday and came away after an hour's talk seemingly sold on ere- many of his ideas. Wilson and his colleagues January seemed determined to play the whole thing coolly declaring, through aides, ihey cer- been tainly do not intend wildly planned rushing into the European NATO setup simply b e c a u s e De he Gaulle has beckoned to them. Phone! Come in! Write! Eavesdrop! Ask about our new SECRET $ERVICE for Savers! (there's more in it for you!) BELMONT SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION MAIN OFFICE: 5200 East Second Street-Long Beach 90803 · Phone: 434-3451 PLAZA BRANCH: 6300 East Spring Street · Long Beach 90815 · Phone: 421-8931 GLENDALB BRANCH: BOO North Glendale Avenue · Glendale 91206 · Phone: 246-7121 LAGUNA HILLS BRANCH: 23635 Calle de la Luisa · Laguna Hills 92663 · Phone: 837-1661 SEAL BEACH BRANCH: (opening April 1st) 13820 Bay Boulevard -Seal Beach. »mo · Phone: 696-8912 BELLFLOWEB BRANCH: 17019 BeDnower Boulevard* BeDflower 90707 · Phone: 837-1661 All Ptnnty Stow Optn Evtry Night Monday Through Saturday Boys 1 Easter Suit Parade Penney's suits line-up with top value! \ A. NEWS! PENN-PREST® NEVER-IRON suit »tay» morning-fresh oil day longl Machine wash, tumblt-dry with no Ironing whatsoeverl 2- button style in Orion* acrylic-rayon and acetate rtven*-tw!t. Blue, olive, navy. 8-95 sizes 3 to 7 B. RICH IRIDESCENCE for Editor In thi» rayon-acetate blend. New, 2-but- tontr style with natural shoulder and trim, cuffless trousers. Blue or black. sizes 6 to 12 14.98 C. 4-PIECER WARDROBE SUIT includes jacket, matching troustrs plus conrrastinfl slacks, and vest that rtversei to match both ... wear 10 ways! Lustrous rayon-acetate blend. Blues. sizes 6 la 12 12.98 D. SHORT PANT 4-PC. ETON SUITS in an Easter array of assorted fabrics, li'l boys' blazer jackets top contrasting or matching short pants, plus shirt 'n tiel Plaids, textures, novelty trimi. 2-3-4 4.98 \ BOYS' FORTREL* -COTTON DRESS SHIRT VALUES! 1 98 silts 8-18 To go with his new Easter suit! Penney 's impeccably tailored broadcloth dress shirts with popular King- dor collar ... in a fine Fortrel polyester-cotton blend. Just machine wash and dry with no ironing at alll Jr. Boy*' site* 3 to 7 in buHon-down collared oxfordi ........................ 2.49 \\ CHARGC THESE VALUES AT YOUR GREATER LOS ANGELES, ORANGE, OR VENTURA COUNTY PENNEY'Sl

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