Independent from Long Beach, California on March 30, 1962 · Page 25
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 25

Long Beach, California
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Friday, March 30, 1962
Page 25
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20-Gal. Galvanized Trash Cans With Lid SAVE-0- a $4,45 value! 45 gal. size Aluminum SCREEN DOORS li-FT. ALUMINUM EXT. LADDERS *««. 125.41 CM k« ·· no n Iwt I ft. JO-FT. *««. »«·«. NOW J4.FT. «t,. $SO.iI. NOW "·FT. 5^135 t«. J$».IO. NOW H I 32.FI. »·». SI1.U. NOW iliti /rim 20 II. ·p Jkavt /rtt r«pt ,,.an 58,99 value! ALUMINUM FRAMED screens brushes only |tb! J 4 i 3 6 3 0 x 4 8 2 4 x 4 1 1 0 x 5 4 30i3i 3 6 x 3 6 Cemplili slick ·) latrltOM Fliltkis . . . Qnllty Wallplpin ind lint H»i Filals. COTTER--Anlhony. 58. of, McfiRAN.V -- Miss AK'»-». n* } . :.!rs. Lois Wilson. Mr». 6608 E. Wardlow Road, died'of 2428 Delta Ave.. died Tues- Kay Latham. Sen-ice Monday. Surv»v Surviving are wife.'day. Surviving are listers,'11 a.m.. L o n g Beach First Esther; son. Robert: daughter.!Mrs. Marie Mai?. Mrs. Gen-'Ward Church of Jesus Christ Mrs. Mildred Ann Ranck; two'nide McCuire. Service today, of Utter-day Saints. Spong- jrothers. two sisters and two's pm.. Mottell's k Peek Mor- berg Mortuary in charge. grandchildren. Service today.'tuary. 2 pm. Forest Lawn Mortu-l | LA RUE--Mrs. Ruth. 7». ary. Cypress. McAULEY -- Ralph H. fiO.'of 144 W. Ninth St.. died of 1529 Alamitos Ave.. died Monday. Surviving are sons, FARWELL-Mrs. Marjorie Wednesday. Surviv I n g are Cecil Clarence. Lester Gattlr. wife, Adell; sons. Howard, daughter. Mrs. Ruby ChandWayne: daughter. S y l v i a ; l e r ; and 11 grandchildren, brother. Reed: sisters. Mrs. Sen-ice today. 2 p.m.. Shetler- Ruth Evans. Mrs. Nina Mac- McF.idycn Mortuary. BROCK --Mrs. Lillian G..I CO. of 3300 Oregon Ave., died Thursday. Surviving are husband. Bill; son, Alfred Strain; daughter. Mrs. Elizabeth Pet-; ry; sister. Mrs. Edith Finan:! two grandchildren and three 1 great-grandchildren. Service Satuday. 10 a.m., Mottell's Peck Mortuary. I i PLATT (Bellflowcr) dra A.. 5. of 10118 Lindalc' St.. died Wednesday. Surviving are parents. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon J. Platt; brothers. Randy J.. Vcmon S.; sisters, Carolyn D.. Laura N.; grand-1 !parents. Mr. and Mrs. Marion! Platt. Mr. and Mrs. Lcland J. I ipharcs. Service and interment | SOMEONE IS WAITING a Classified "Business Op-|in Borgcr. Tex. DC Young k\ for the chance to buy yourjportunity" ad now. Phonc'Smith Bcllflower Mortuary i n ' business. Salestalk them with) HE 2-5959. 'charge locally. I ICK CUBES, ANYBODY? HIIRC chunks of ice, deposited by floodwntcrs of the '/umbro River, clog this street in Rochester, Minn. Several hnmcs were surrounded by hipli water for several hours early today as the river reached a flood crest. The water receded quickly, leaving the area littered with the ire chunks. l *^ ·"""· '·"· "*"'· "" INDEPENDENT-- P«g» 9-7 Death Notices 77. formerly of Beach, died March 24. Surviving are brothers, C. W., Alex McBain. Service Satur day, 9 a.m.. Mottell's Peck Mortuary. SUTHERLAND --An-id E.. of 2417 Magnolia Ave., died Wednesday. Surviving are wife, Lydia; sons, Arvid Jr.. Robert, Paul; stepdaughter, Mrs. June Trupp, and six grandchildren. Service Saturday. 11 a.m.. MottclPs Peck Mortuary. BEGHTQL § CARLO T H I N K O F I I I PROTECT YOUR INVESTMENT :Yes, We Are Factory-Authorized MODELS ON DISPLAY Washers, Dryers, Wringers at special low prices MAYTAG CAR BUYER-THIS WEEK ONLY-HURRY! rlAYTAG'S UNBELIEVABLE SAVINGS i RATED NO. 1 Swlrliwir dnln. lint tlmoilt !«t, tuil»rc«f utlnit. *·!«. lint How MITUG DtrtKDlllllTY Famout Budget- Priced Highlander Rated Number 1 T O O L O W T O A D V E R T I S i EXTRA SPECIAL DEALS ON ALL PAIRS i Famous Electronic Dryers MAYTAG'S MOST DELUXE PAIR CCC IT Automatic bleaching, lint 3 woih temperaturts I] 'i"er agitator 2 rime temperatures NOW! Swirlaway drain All fabrics j! COMEJfnFM JI^R pJSGOUNT PRICE _ E 90 Days Cash · Low, Easy Terms open Monday and Friday evenings until 9 · FURNITURE · CARPETING · APPLIANCES 1372 W. Wi!l«w Street GArfield 6-2632 Model DG-701 Priced Too Low lo Adrertiic Pepsi in the giant 26-oz. bottle makes shopping easier, goes so much further when you're A. entertaining! Pick up Pepsi today. . . 26-oz., 2 for 39 ! tornto «r nnicou BOTTHNS COU»«*Y or ios IN IJIMOI»,TY n' nn ci5i» CO . N T . N r. 'i t/'5 ftoOf.

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