J. J. Hogan, 64, Dies; Christ Church Pastor J. Jerome Hogan, 64, prominent minister and song director of the Church of Christ, died Sunday at his home, 1132 Harding Sti He was active in the ministry in California and other states since 1918. BLOODY M olwojrj lay "With Smirnoff" It'tlho Vodka of VodkÂ« Gjmirnoff tht greatest nemo in VODKA 80am! 100 Proof. DIsMrom grain. Ste.Plerre Smirnoff Fls.(Div.ofHniibleln)Hartford,Conn. In Long Beach H o g a n worked with the Church of Christ at Ninth St. and Lime Ave. This church/later became the Uptown Church of Christ. He also worked ;with' Churches of Christ in Pomona and other nearby cities. * ' * . * * RECENTLY, Hogan started to form a new congregation in Palm Springs, but was forced to abandon this project because of ill health. He was also active .,. Tovvnsend. Clubs in. Long Beach and Southern California. Surviving are- his wife, Mrs. Grace L.; sons, Richard A., and Lloyd J., both' of Long Beach; daughter, Mrs. Lucille Tate, Ontario, and 12 crandchUdren. Service will be Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. in the Uptown Church of Christ, 3707 Atlantic Ave. Patterson and Snively Mortuary is in charge of arrangements. Italian Shipyards Launch 478,000 Tons GENOA, Italy U.E) -- Italian shipyards launched'ships totaling 478 000 tons last year, Merchant Marine Minister Genaro Cassiana said. He told Genoa's Corriere Mercantile that nearly 80 million tons -of goods passed through Italian ports in 1957 SPECIAL SALE ON FLOOR SAMPLES * Interior Detoraflnf Â· Koom Plannlnf FURNITURE * Color Corrmlatfon "A NEW STOJtt WITH HfW IDEAS" 3800 t. Anaheim St. OEnovn 4-4161 Ions leÂ«h, Calif. L.B. Wtiniaft Sues Singer for $4,845 LOS ANGELES 'Wl--Singer David-Street, 37, who married actress'Debra.Paget last month, was accused by his first wife Monday of- being -$4,845' behind in child support payments. Superior C 9 u r t .granted a three-month continuance-to'per- mit Street to make a settle- merit' with Â· Mrs. Mary Payne, 32,. now married to a Long Beach salesman. Street married her' in 1943.- They were divorced three years later. .They have a son, David Jr:, 14.. !Miss Paget is his fourth wife. He formerly 'was married to actresses' Mary Beth Hughes and Sharon Lee. -He -married Miss Lee last December and divorced her shortly before his fnarriage to Miss Paget. Street refused to pose with Mrs. Payne, adding: , . "It . w o u l d n ' t be fair to Debbie." , DON'T W O R R Y , HURRY and rent that vacant roc'iri through Classified ads for extra income! Dial HE 2-5959. ' INDEPENDENT--Pag* A-B bÂ«h, C.IK., TMI., M. 11, 1Â»JÂ« CONFUCIUS' DAUOHTIt lAYtl It's Fabulous^.. It's Luxurious... It's Glamorous! Â· , r CONSTIPATED? New laxative discoveiy un-lceks bowel blocks 'without gmf, bloat or grip* Most constipation is earned by what Â·doctors-cmll Â» "thrifty".'colon that SEA-GOING NUCLEAR BaMB PICKETS Carrying four men who call themselves "an instrument in the age-old struggle of man against 'immoral acts," the 30-fotot ketch Golden Rule sailed Monday .for Eniweftk Island where nuclear bomb tests are scheduled in April. A crowd of 50 ^athered to see the men depart. Aboard are Alberts. Bigelow, 51, William R. Huntington, 51, David Gale and George Willoughby, 43. They hope by their presence to prevent tests.-- (Staff Phto.) Princess'2nd ChUd Due About March 15 MONTE CARLO, Monaco 'EE --Princess Grace of Monaco will give birth to her second child on or about March 15. palace officials said Monday men night. Few Ships Set for Seal Hunt HALIFAX, N. S. U--Eight vessels are being made ready here for the spring seal hunt, but in Newfoundlan*^-which once senfout as many as .20,000 in sealers--only one ship is making up this year. Last year seven vessels sailed from Halifax and sixjrom Newfoundland. The catch was only 26,182, compared to 72,586 the year before. One'Newfoundland firm that 'has sent out ships since .1863 has put up both its vessels for sale. loses, so much moisture tint its contents become so dry they block the bowel; so shrunken they fail to stimulate the urge to purge that, propels and expels wastc-lrom your body. To regain normal regularity-, the dry, shrunken contents of your-colon I which now block your bowel must be remoistened. Second, bulk must be brought tO 3-T-R-E-T-C-H STIMULATE colon'to action; to a normal urge to purge. And, of all laxatives, only new COLONAID, possesses its great moisturizing capacity plus its- stretch- stimulating bulk. -So effective it relieves even chronic consn'pao'on Â· overnight, yet is to gentle it has been, Â· hospital proved safe even for -women "In .critical stages of pregnancy.*" Â·'' "Superior-to oliLityk bulk, salt o r ' " drug laxatives; COLONAID neither." gags, bloats nor gripes; won't inter- Â· . fere with absorption of vitamins, or, Â· food nutrients; 'n-clinical tests, did. not cause rash or other reactions.- ' . "~It'i Â« phyiioloflc.1 hat Exercise' tones your bodyl And.. COLONAID ' ; exercises your colon to tone i t ' against, constipation; overnight!. Get' COLONAID, in easy-to-take tablets, today 1 Introductory lize/only.SSc. at all druggists.. . '" '. , there's a new Imperial standing in JB.'s .driveway FOR FIFTEEN YEARS, another popular fine car took Mr. J. B. to and from the steel plant where he is Vice President and Plant Manager. Just one month ago, J. B, broke a fifteen-year habit, went out, and bought a new Imperial. Why? "Got to keep up with the times," he told us, smiling. "I think that--today--the Imperial is the best-looking car you can buy in this country. Of course, I've always known its engineering reputation. But I'd never driven the car. Now I'm really impressed.'! Some of the things that'impressed J. B. wers these. The Imperial's unique feeling of great, deep-breathing power combined with light; disciplined control. The years-ahead Imperial pushbutton drive. The marvelous stability and buoyancy of Imperial's exclusive suspension system, which means a more level,'perfect ride on the tightest curve, roughest, road, or quickest stop. Imperial's'longer, lower, raking Â· li ncs --"I'm six feet tall," J. B. said, "aiid,yet I like a low car.. I get in "very easily and. I've never been so'comfortable." 'W-hy don't you try the great car that is causing so many knowing buyers to switch. Look at and drive the triumphantly beautiful Imperial . . . and taste the pleasure of sitting at 'the wheel . of the nation's new numEer -one style leader. IMPERIAL...FINEST PRODUCT OF CHRYSLER COW. THE TRIUMPHANT IMPERIAL . . . FINEST EXPRESSION OF THE FORWARD R. 0. GOULD Â· 1600 AMERICAN AVE. * HE 7-2871 SPECIAL SAVINGS!/. \ * / : ' An exciting event to prove that when the bargains are big enough -February need not be a "dull" month for you -or for us! MEN'S 100% WOOL WORSTED SUITS REG.'49.95 AND $ 44.95 peliberaiely underpriced to jam our stores with happy buyers -- at --and you are invited to see an Advance Showing of CHAMPION" SUITS created to please *55.00 tastes !Â·Â« 95 The newest of the ncw-100% pur* Worsted Suits in -new models, new .weaves--presented for the first timÂ» ' --as an added feature 01 our February "Budget Buys"r. 44 Charge if/ take 6 months to Pay FraanlU NO CHARGE FOR NORMAL ALTERATIONS Broadway at Pine Downtown Loing Beach Shop Friday* 9:39 AM. to 9:00 f.M.
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