Independent from Long Beach, California on February 5, 1960 · Page 4
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 4

Long Beach, California
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Friday, February 5, 1960
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p ag » A-4--INDEPENDENT low. Bench, Cain* Friday, Feb. I, 1! Southland Has New. Viruses (Continued from Page A-l) on s h i p y a r d workers causing an epidemic of eye inflammation. DR. RASMUSSEN believes that a vaccine for the common cold is stil "distant." "Circumstantial evidence indicates that there are several cold viruses," he said. "A cold vaccine woulc have to account for each virus--unless it is founc that these viruses share a common substance to stimu late production of anti bodies (substances which would bring about im munity)." 2 Families Seek New Life at Sea (Continued from Page A-l) fishing boat. Clarke took a night school course in celestial navigation this past semester at San Pedro High School, where he finished first in his class. "Some people may think we're crazy," Davis said. "Well, we think they're the crazy ones. They don't realize what a rut they're in. "We just got sick and tired of getting up every morning, fighting the freeways all day, then coming home to watch the 'idiot box' until bedtime." * ·-;· ft * THEY DON'T PRETEND to know how long their new life will last. If money runs short, they'll stop somewhere and work long enough to build up their finances. School books will be taken along and education of the youngsters won't, be neglected, Davis said. The Argonaut will carry 200 gallons of fresh water and food for about three 'months. The ketch is equipped with a 225-horsepower diesel auxiliary engine, remote steering controls, radio direction finder and a ship-to-shore radio. Fisl Fighl Staged by Chilean Solons 'SANTIAGO, c h i i e UPI -Deputies Jose Foncea and Samuel Fuentes engaged in a five-minute fist fight in a capitol corridor Thursday. Foncea got a black eye. fr'uentes was untouched. Th two tangled in debate over th government's financial pol State Auditor Attacks Padding of Payrolls SACRAMENTO (UPI) -The state auditor general suggested Thursday that California tighten its bookkeeping practices to prevent state em- ployes from padding payrolls was and misusing state cars. William H. Merrifield told the Joint Legislative Audit Committee that he had found instances of "payroll padding" in the State Division of Highways and of "misuse of state- owned automobiles" in the State Board of Equalization.; Speaking specifically of the rights of way section in the Highways Division office in Los Angeles,' Merrifield saidi that bookkeeping in the office such that "We couldn't tell if we were making an audit or npt." He reported, however, having found "hours reported for pay purposes were in excess of hours worked, excessive meal a l l o w a n c e s were claimed, and state automobiles were misused." Suspect in Slaying of Teacher at Santa Ana Arrested Near Ojai A 25-year-old hod was booked into County jail Thursday evening, on suspicion of murder in the week-old slaying of a Santa Ana remedial-reading instructor. Paul L e o Benjamin w a s identfied as a close friend of the dead man. Detectives have been working on the case since Amadie Emile Frnsier, 64, was found shot to death in his trailer men home at 1669 E. 1st St., Jan. 28. Benjamin was arrested by 1 carrier detectives at liis home near chased O r a n g e Ojai, after investigation revealed that he had visited Frasier, was in Southern California at the t i m e of the teacher's death and had pur- an automatic weapon of the type that killed Frasier. Benjamin has steadfastly denied killing Frasier. Detec lives termed the killing a revenge slaying. Garden Grove Man Missing Lt. James T. Baldwin 12231 Cunningham L a n e , Garden Grove, is one of three missing after a Navy S2F plane crashed into the sea after take-off from the carrier U S S Y o r k t o w n of Wednesday off Hawaii, the Navy announced Thursday. Baldwin was commander of the aircraft. Also missing are two crew members. One survivor was picked up shortly after the mishap. SOMEONE IS WAITING for the chance to buy your portunity' business. Salestalk them with HE a Classified "Business Op-ad now. Phone 2-5959. CLir THIS COUPON Friday, February 5, Only Serving 11:00 A. M. Unfit 7:30 P. M. BAKED SPRING CHICKEN INCLUDES: Dressing, Whipped Potatoes, Gravy, Vogofabto, Hot Roll with Button Coffee or lOc Drink. CO. 5th and PINE DowntownUngBMcli CLIP THIS COUPOI AARON SCHULTZ FURNITURE OLD ESSHIOHED L O O K AT THESE PRICES '/4 VEE G R O O V E MAHOGANY. W a r m r o s e color. Good grade 'A VEE G R O O V E MAHOGANY. Vee p I a n k e d for luxury. Best grade %x4x8 ASH. Special!! Limited Quantity Solid Back for Cabinet Doors %x4x8 BIRCH. Special!! Limited Quantity FURNITURE LEGS FROM Complete With Brass Ferrult and Mounting Plata COMPLETE STOCK OF HARDWOOD M O U L D I N G S AN; LUMBER INCLUDING ALDER, ASH, BEECH, OAK, MAPLE, M A H O G A N Y , WALNUT, KNOTTY PINE, KNOTTY CEDAR BERGSTROM'S ,c Open All Day Saturday 9045 ROSECRANS ME 3-0795 ALL STOPS ARE OUT! Only 36 value-packed hours remain in this, our Greatest Sale Event. Now is the lime lo save 011 all furnishings for e v e r y room of your home from this area's largest selection. Our buyers have made their final mark-downs. Some remaining clearance merchandise has been drastically reduced to "give-away" prices! Don't miss these final !· big days! HERE ARE JUST A FEW Genuine Simmons Special group Conf emporarv an,J M j -fa in choice off d , " * 9 fee, ' » - " o d , P n Plastic Sofa ^* M *

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