Independent from Long Beach, California on February 27, 1964 · Page 22
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!·«*. C.H. Thin, Ft* V. WHAT YOUNG PEOPLE THINK Teen-agers Want to Visit N.Y. World Fair f · ^-s · . v ' . . ' ' · _ World's to Fair I The advertisements about) -Those who iaid they did'a way to even think about at- ( it end the history of the fair,not want to "visit the fair gen- tending.'* make.it sound interesting toerally indicated they couldn'tf There were a few teens who ^2i*SVii'i me." says Jane Coliens. 17,'expect to go anyway, and so followed the reasoning of !S§««?ii.§M»in«»ifii cririx f,t U, f *\OT«**»» V l « * « · Ml4.fe*» ,,.*·· if. t*«i *4;**r*rwt:,»»-'ri{vV rV*A*w* .» t * *.t TVs. BUlBy fcrtnn fAlt, I*!u!Br . - - - By EUGENE GILBERT FraiMMt C'Mrt r*i» I«M«rct. I Young people across ~-jpg fp the New York ^ Worc ' ejter m^ [didn't want to be disappoint-! Dirk Freeman. 14. of Tor- opening tins The jcj,,^ ex hibiti and ed. They agreed with Imelda ranee, Calif. -It would be a ipnng. . ^projects attract Benny WHeyjHura, IS. of EvansviRe. IndJbore, and too much money." Does BLADDER IRRITATION MAKE YOU NERVOUS! AAtf n. MUUIK Ddsrr *r BUAOrr Ir- Ninety-one per cent of the 1210 teen-ageri interviewed in our latest survey say they're interested in seeing the fair, although onjy 56 per; cent think they'll actually get to go. The boys are more confident of attending than the] pirts. Eighty-three per cent of, the young men think they'll pet to attend, but only 44 per cent of the girls are planning the trip to New York. The world's fair--ai might be expected -- holds greater appeal for them than state! and Jocal expositions. Only) 26 per cent usually attend their state fair and only 43 per cent turn out for the local fair. · · · · IF THE YOUNG people's expectations come anywhere near true, the New York Fair, V.AI have a larger teen attend-j ince than the one in Seattle.! since only three per cent of the boys and girls visited the West Coast exposition. Those who did attend the Seattle Fair were most impressed with the space needle. Seventy-nine per cent of the boys and 21 per cent of the girls say this was their favorite exhibit. Other attractions were the people and the foreign pavillkms. When asked to explain why they were" interested in at tending the world's fair. many teens agreed with Chris Eostrow, 15, of Minneapolis. Minn., who says "It would be a very educational expert cr.ce." Sevenl others supported others supported Margie Mayleas, 17. cf New York Citiy. who want to visit the fair "to see the achievements of people all over the world.". SOME SAID the Fair wouU be a unique experience which shouldn't be missed, and others stressed its value ai a look into the future. American Rcil Sf I to Depart Moscow MOSCOW (UP!) -- Henry,. Winston, former head of the / American Communist Party, : announced on Moscow tele- .' vision Wednesday niplrj he is. returning to the United States ' today after his prolonged stay [ in the Soviet Union. Winston was invited he re I". by the Soviet Communist i\"-' v Party more than two and it', j half years a;, after he JostJ.V his sight while sen-ing a pris-. \ on term for a violation of the VS. Smith Act. He told television viewers he has not recovered his sight but feels better. IISt °'. BoirUn 8 Green - "It wiH be too far[he Mid. . . ii raJtet It mteM tertuca* iwm* ta fCrons. te!4 m u« »r n*^«« »«!a r«ni CM Cms* U «nnUU. IM toiur JOHNNY 6- :-'A»Xo. ·» i U. S. ROYAL PRE-TAX TIRE CLEAR-OUT!! Yoac LOOKING FOR real bar-| gains in office furniture?. Turn to classification 73 in the Classified Section now I sure cure for jvilted_ wash wear Beauty Quick FABRIC FINISH RENEWER %JLv.l 600x13 Safety Special Tubeless Whitewalls Reg. $17.15 Mfr. List Price 750x14 Safety Air Ride Tubeless Nylons Reg. JHJS Mfr. Us! Price 710x15 Safeway r,,*,^,, Nylon Whitewalls Keg. $22.85 Mfr. List Price EASY TERMS! LOW DOWN PAYMENT! WHILE THEY UST.' AH ONE PRICE.' '8/88? * K CH. FKK MOUNTING! QUICK ZKrtce! N/E A MU CHAME IM'lSIif] *\ £ii I/IT U.J. WiV '"""Of.,' [95 fW its l/JT . c *ir.- --··« I9S IflT I'l.ii 95 ! ^ps^ O^Bk ^K. --. -- \ It «»irj ;j*» W.J. yonrselff /^l Actjalfairie switches show tooJJtloa trty tctUf... How at four FABRIC riMISH KMIWU , »rt J »t. i i«r w «i« 105 hntii, its. *Ft "IT Wi ,*?Mi 'wutn. spas '·it* n*nn, M5 FULL U.S. ROYAL GUARANTEE!! *u rxiets . LUJ F.LT. Just Spray and Iron! \ NEVER A CASING CHARGE We'll foke ony lire In exchange that you can drive in on, regardless of condition. SY TERMS · I M««T»I tf Pry VYi HONOR tettfflb. · Of«« AcctHt · litfMt Sitfftt JOHNNY GILLETTE 3910 CHERRY, AVE., LONG BEACH GA. 4-8609

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