Long Beach Press Telegram in Long-Beach, California 11 Jan 1957
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Long Beach Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - January 11, 1957, Long Beach, CaliforniaItalians Lead in Bridge play new York ital the original schedule of 224 Ian team led by Points hands the Only question remain Over the american team after ing is How big the eur thursday night s session of the rope an champions world contract Bridge Cham when the match ends tonight Pion ship scheduled for this with Only 28 left of afternoon. Wall ers downtown .1 january savings on skirts and blouses from noted manufacturers skirts All Wool flannel skirts in slim and flare styles. Char Grey Brown and tweeds in group. Sizes 10 to 16. I. Values to 10.95 5.99 blouses Cotton silk acetate and Jersey blouses in tailored styles. Plains stripes prints plaids. Sizes 30 to 36. Values to 7.95 2.99 new missile from Hughes Culver car new air to air guided missile has been developed by Hughes air Craft co., which says it will out Bian Euver any enemy aircraft. I it is a version of the Falcon and is known As the gar1d, developed jointly by Hughes and the air Force in the Hughe s laboratories it is six feet Long and is designed to be launched from a Jet interceptor. It is Ca Pable of soaring at supersonic Speed to altitudes far above that of any interceptor plane the j company says. 1 the missile is being manufactured at the Hughes Plant in Tucson Ariz. , , c.ih., 11, 1m7 cold want kills 10 in Northern India new Delhi least 10 deaths blamed on a unusual cold wave now gripping Northen India for the. Fifth Day . Dumped so feet of Snow Himalayan winds and Rains to the from. Anir tsar to Lucknow. .7 r Burlesk Taffy o Neill Queen of in Lejk of turn sur. Mii bulk Yuom col Tel in dolt. M. Cihir lint it ii to Tali cloth in Hull Hott Joe Fri the Lake club it still i-s8il 17227 5. The for this picture was Don bind Teof Pitts. From seat in the courtroom. It is behaved to be1 the first time court photographers to make pictures of a. 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