Independent from Long Beach, California on February 4, 1960 · Page 60
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 60

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Thursday, February 4, 1960
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P J- Z 5 5 Students to Attend Y Legislature Three L a k e w o o d High School coeds and two boys from Millikan Hif-h will leave next Wednesday for the ·VMCA's 12th annual Model Youth Legislature, fb be hel Feb. 10-12 at Sacramento. The students, representing ;the Lakewood Y, will take with them a mock legislative bill which would require a 'least one year of science instruction for students in sec cndary schools. The students and their "offices" are Senator Randy Crume, Assemblymen Larry Ray and Louise Hoff, legislative aid Ann Melchior and reporter Kathy Keeley. The group will be accompanied by Lincoln Ching, Y program Secretary. Put Pie on Ice Awaiting Owner , BALTIMORE UP)--Very accommodating, t h e Enoch Pratt Library personnel, They usually hold items lost in the library for 60 days for claiming. That will even apply, if necessary, to a lemon meringue pie that is stowed away in the staff ice box. DO YOU MIND? A 150-year-old Greek turtle looks impassive as he is sat upon by Barbara Johnson on the liner Queen Elizabeth in New York. Barbara was bringing t h e t u r t l e t o h e r Princeton, N. J., home from London. Airport Fogged for Its Opening FAIRMONT, Minn. (/?) -Everyone cooperated except ;the weather for the inauguration of airline service to Fair- Wont. . The mayor, a band and a good turnout of townspeople were on hand for the inaugural landing by North Central 'Airlines. The band played and the mayor cut a ceremonial ribbon as an unseen plane droned past overhead. The airport was covered With a soupy fog and the airliner had to pass it by. New Plant Set CHARLESTON, W. Va. (ff) ·--United Carbon Co. plans to form a French subsidiary and build a five-million-dollar carbon black plant near Rouen In north central France. Pan-Am Unit Opens New Office The I.nkewood Pan Ameri- cnn Festival Assn. this week opened offices at 4166 Norse Way, Suite 104. President Gene Nebeker said the office will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. each week day through April 30. In charge of the ofice is Viola Lara. The association coordinates activities of Lakewood's traditional Pan American Festival Week, scheduled April 18-24. 'Cowcumbers 1 NEW YORK (UPI) -- Although generally considered a vegetable, cucumbers actuallyj are a fruit of the melon family. They have been a favorite ingredient in salads since the time of the Roman Em- ,,peror Tiberius, w h o ale a ['cucumber every day. Three,' ihundred years ai'.n. English 1 writers referred to them as' "Cowcumbers." [· City to Cut Garbage Collections Garbage collections will be cut to once a week for Lake- vood residents, beginning April 1, according to an ordnance to be given first read- ng by the City Council Tuesday. Twice-weekly collections re now provided. Adminis- rator Henry Goerlick esti- lates only 2,879 homes will e affected, since 90 per cent Car Takes Dive, Then Traps Driver ST. LOUIS UP) -- Mrs. Alfrieda Vickers drove by a bar ricade by mistake and got herself into a real hole. Her car skidded into a 15-foo construction excavation, land ing upside down. !he was only slightly in jured, but found she was un able to climb the steep sides of the muddy hole. It was an tour before a passerby hearc ier cries for help and sunv moned aid. of the city's residential units are equipped With garbage disposals. OLD TIES NEW LOOK! ?.'; Just bring 'em to in the NEW Just wait 'til you see how those ties snap back to life after they've gone through our Sanitone rejuvenation process. All dirt's out . . . colors and patterns like new · . . spots gone . . . every tie perfectly reshaped to tie like new. Let's have 'em! · DRY CLEANING MON. thru SAT. · SHIRT LAUNDRY MON. fhru FRI. · CASH and CARRY and SAVE. · SAME DAY SERVICE --NO EXTRA CHARGE STORE HOURS: 7:30 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. Plaza Cleaners Shirt laundry 6424 E. SPRING ST. · Weil of Alpha Beta Marktl DIRT that SOO L Two discoveries to tryt Your first discovery comes as soon as you lift the new Clorox pitcher* handle bottle. Roomy, beautifully balanced, here's the safest, surest grip a bleach bottle ever had. And you'll also make an even more important discovery: Today's Clorox actually dissolves clothes-dulling dirt that suds alone can't budge! Now, every time you add Clorox, you stop suds-defying dirt from building up... get your washes cleaner than any leading suds alone can mak» As^tu.w. S .*s-~ A NEW SHIPMENT . . . JUST ARRIVED! OVAL BRAID RUG Thompson's--in Bellflower BRINGS YOU THIS GREAT FLOOR COVERING VALUE! APPROX. 9'xl2' SIZE AT THE SPECIAL PRICE OF ONLY Friendly atmosphere in the home begins with the furnishings, and these C o l o n i a l Braids help to dp the trick. With both scatter and room-size braided rugs to choose from, you can happily coordinate any room with Early American charm -- so e a s i l y , too, and at worthwhile savings. Every braided rug is reversible to give you an added measure of wear with half the care. Choice of most Colonial colors. SMALLER SIZES AT COMPARABLE LOW PRICES! stw; :s a-?-;?-'5'-2aii m 1 r%i easy budget terms * park free * open mon.-fri. nites 'til 9 16411-12 BELLFLOWER BLVD., BELLFLOWER Phone TO 6-8211

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