Independent from Long Beach, California on March 10, 1966 · Page 67
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 67

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P I 4 Z 5 Long BwtfT PIUM-TCUrOKAM. WK., Mvclt t, I INbEf'EfoENT, Tfart" nltrCjlI it i X/ De/f a X/ Elech New Officers Mrs. Harry Sailer is the new president of XI Delta Xi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. Other officers elected for the coming year at the meeting, held at the h o m e of Mrs. James R. Foster, are Mmes. Buhl Palmer, vice president; Vicky Woods, recording secretary; Spicer Ramsay, corresponding secretary; Paul Sneddon, treasurer; Dorothy Hacker, Civil Defense; Philip Patterson Jr., city council representative and Brad Benson, council representative alternate. A theater party at Melody- land is planned by the group this month. On March 14 the chapter will confer the Ritual of Jewels degree upon Mrs. David Vandette at a dinner meeting at Currie's Santa Fe. Mmes. Reid McMahan, James Foster, George Clayton and Buhl Palmer will repre sent the c h a p t e r at the Southern California Council branch to be held March 20 in San Bernardino at the National Orange Show restaurant A three-month vacation through Mexico, Guatamala, San Salvador, Panama and the Islands of the Carribian was recently shared with the group by Mrs. Clyde Carter who showed colored slides she and her husband had taken on their trip this fall. Mr. and Mrs. Miles Perovich recently entertained members of the Xi Delta Xi chapter and guests at a pre- dance cocktail party at their Park Estates home. teams with cimiral. TOP QUALITY * LOW PRICES Sr. League Try Outs Scheduled Lakewood Village L i t t l e League will hold tryouts for its Senior Division Saturday morning, at Bancroft Junior High School. Applicants are asked to report between 10 a.m. and 12 noon at the dla- mond on the east side of Charlemagne Ave. Senior Division of Little League 5s for boys between the ages of 13 and 15.' All boys of this age are eligible to play in this league who live within the boundaries of Carson St. and Candlewood 'St. and Lakewood Blvd. and Bellflower Blvd. Lakewood Village Little League will also hold tryouts on March 12 for boys between tges of 9 and 12 who did not try out last Saturday. Boys should report to the minor field on Montair Ave. at Bancraft Junior High School at 9:30 a.m. All boys in both divisions should bring proof of their birthdates. Boys who have not yet filled out applications should also he accompanied by one of their parents. CAL'S LOW, LOW PRICES . . . CAL'S EASY CREDIT TERMS · · · · Alt NEW 1966 ADMIRAL SOLID STATE STEREO W/AM-FM Stereo FM Radio SEE IT AT CAL'S BUILT-IN AM-FM RADIO [THE RIDGELAHD SERIES I Contemporary ityling, two-gram Ltone arm. Floating stylus. Four I matched speakers. THE BROOKWOOD MODEL Y68111 Danish modern low-boy styling in genuine walnut veneers and selected hardwood solids. 80 watts of peak power output. CAL'S LOW, LOW PRICES THE FAIRF1ELD PORTABLE STEREO Ultra-compact portable if*reo wilh hinged/remove. We ipcalien. "TElt-our" automatic changtr. Jeweled tiylus. ' Separate ton*, loudnen, balance controls. Contoured, wood cabinet vinyl cliJ for beauty and durability. On wle now af , CAL'S LOW, LOW PRICES Modtl YG1507 THEDUNHILL MODEL YG8215 Solid Slate High Hdtlify Stereo Console Built-in iolid itet* FM-AM, FM Stereo Multiplex Radio wHh five-year warranty on solid ittte CAL J S ctiaiiii and phono cartridge, 360- . ^*AL 9 watt initantaneous peak power out- LOW, LOW put. Professional record, changer -- 4-poU motor van-gram ton* arm. Efghi- "»pi»t«;i r dual ma.tir puth- E«rTV Anw buifon control center. ^4 sslitre led hardwogdi, STORE HOURS: Monday thru Friday, 12 to 9 p.m. Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. USE CAL'S EASY CREDIT Stu rdy, rugged steel construction-- yet amazingly lightweight! Precision- crafted Horizontal chassis Cor unsurpassed per* lormance and reliability. SupersensKlve UHF and VHP tuners give clearer, sharper leccption. CAL'S LOW, LOW PRICES The PLAYMATES Mod.I PG910 BIG SCREEN Portable TV CAL'S LOW, LOW PRICES ^ High-impact plastic cabinet In convenient luggage-silm styling. Greater performance and dependability with advanced 0-20 p r e c i s i o n crafted chassis. USE CAL'S EASY CREDIT School Program Cubberley Topic Dr. Anton Thompson, Director of Research, L.B. Unified School District, discussed "How Our Are Children Do ing in School?" at the March u n i t meeting of Cubberley P-T.A. The meeting, held at the school auditorium, began at 7:30 p.m. Following the business session third grade mothers served refreshments. Cubberley School will hold a six week First Aid Course in the school auditorium, 3100 Monogram Ave., each Monday from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Sponsored by the Red Cross, the program was organized at Cubberley School by Mrs. William Holmes, P u b l i c Health Chairman. New teachers welcomed at the school this month were Dennis Weizer, vice principal; Barbara Lcssley, Fourth grade, and Mrs. Lottie Kostar, school ADMIRAL Imperial Duplex 22 NO DEFROSTING--FREEZER REFRIGERATOR iXfcfftf/rcrf 25" COLOR TV-STEREO-RADIO All-in-one Home Entertainment Center THE FINLANDIA--Model SMH653, Authmiic Danlth Modern ilyling in Masterpiece cabinet of genuine walnut v«neeri and iclecf hardwoods. 25" rectangular color TV with Color Fidelity Control and automatic degausser. 80-waff jolid- ttalfl amplifier, for iloreo phonograph and FM/AM/sferao FM radio. 8 Admiral Quality Speakeri. 25" Rectangular Color TV SPANISH PROVINCIAL -- TU DAN- TESQUE--Model LH6523 Elagant Span. iift Provincial styling In ga.iurne oai ven«eri and stfooled hardwood iolidi r from AdiTjrdl'i Mdtferpioco Collection. 26,000 voTfi of picture powar. Automatic deg-suiser leU you move sot any where in your home -- instantly purifiei color. CAL'S LOW, LOW PRICES Tons of Aspirin Are Taken Daily NEW YORK (UPI)--More people have taken more aspirin for more reasons than any other drug in the history of the world, according to a drug and cosmetic firm. Americans alone consume more than an estimalcd 37j ions of aspirin ench day, says, Ohrsrhrough-Pond's. The com-, pany, which has developed Ihe' first eight-hour aspirin (Meas- urin), says in round figures, that's about 2.8 billion of the little round tablets a year. This Is Your Col Store* Purchase Permit Application TJiose eligible Include: Union Member! fn good *fanding f City, Slate, County or Federal Employee}, Schoolteachers, Members of the Clergy, Kuriet and Active Personnel !n the Armed Forces. Name fpriaf) _ _... Orgamiation.-- - Addren - - City and Stale Application if tendered herewith for a Buyer's Pewit! in the above nemed store cr itf affiliate!. Applicant BnJeufands that the permit if non-franilerabla a*d subject to the regulations of the CAL STORES. 2500 Eail Carson Street 14210 Van Nuyl Blvd., Pecoima Date Signature , ,.--. IMPERIAL DUPLEX OO no-defrosting uu freezer-refrigerator MODEL ND2269 ' Fits in your old refrigerator )spact... only 35%" w'tftt NEVER NEEDS DEFROSTING CAL'S LOW, LOW PRICES · Full-size 13.4 cu. ft. No-Defrosting refrigerator, 259-lb. No-D«frrjsting true sub-zero freezer, in on» compact cabinet--20.8 cu. ft. of spacel · 4 freezer shelves, basket. Automatic Ice Maker! · 4 freezer door shelves, luice and soup can dispenser] · 4 refrigerator shelves (2 glide-out)! » Fruit, egg baskets, meat keeper, 27-qt. crisperl » 4 door shelves; butter and cheese keepers; special dairy itoragel · Interior lights In each section, temperature control! Choice of 5 colors.. W," h.. 3V/," w., 26%" 3. USE CAL'S EASY CREDIT CIAIL Loads of Free Parking Enlira Store Conpltftly Air Conditioned for Yoar Comfort Membership Department 2500 E. CARSON

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