Independent from Long Beach, California on March 31, 1962 · Page 4
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 4

Long Beach, California
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Saturday, March 31, 1962
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A-4-INDEPENDENT luck, CM. Ml. Mjrtk II. INI James F. Heariivell s Funeral Rite Private Private funeral service will N Tuesday for pioneer Long B:acli resident Jjmcs I'. IlMrtwtll, who died hcic Thursday. Heartwell. SS. of 311 Carroll Park West, was a member of a pior.ctr Long Dcach family, and father of James C. Heartwell. of the Farmers d Merchants Iljnk. He came to tons Beach In 1902. and after a few years with banking firm In Huntington Beach, lie went into the banking and Investment business hcie In 190C. Survivors besides his son include his wife. Cora A., and 'dauRhtcr. Mrs. Lois H. Nissen. Private services will be held at Holton Son Mort' "3ry. 18 Injured in Blast at Shinvards JL ·' (Continued from Page A-l) conditions were termed "satisfactory-" David Shipman, 23, ot 22735 Fries Avc., \vlio works ^5 out of Todd's platen office, MTA Boosts Fare to L.A. by 8 Cents (Continued from Page A-l) itizens* rate, which gives men over C5 and women over 02 a 0-cent reduction on all fares. THE vas affected by the board's approval of an increase In zone fares from 7 to 8 cents. SATURDAY ONLY! J4 FINE AVENUE IONS IEACH 111 I Bri-iUi*. LM An ··1*1 1394 I V« »*«!. (Ill PKific |»*. girls' 3-pc. plajseis · SHORT SHORTS · JAMAICA SHORTS · SLEEVELESS BLOUSE · "ticlusiiel) ours" Iron i fimous tnaVtr · assorted plaids · beautifully tailored · sizes 3 to 61,7 to 14 the explosion shook the deck. · · · * "I JUST SAW a puff of moke," Shipman said, "anil t was smoky down inside, so m o k y you couldn't even reathe.' Shipman descended to the lumproom. "I could see men broken up . . others told me of other men," he said. "One man near the blast, was blown straight up in the air and hi he overhead. One guy was ladies' 3pc. pujama PAIAMA TOP I BOTTOM BOXER STYLE SHORTS · Guaranteed Washabls Gotten · Pir.V and Blue AMAR1LLO. Tex MV-Billie Sol Estes. troubled west Texas financier, stayed In jail Friday night, his efforts to ct a $500,000 bond reduced fruitless. Federal District Judge K. iwing Thomason set a hear- ng for 11 a.m. Monday when le will decide whether Estes' massive bond will be whit' tied. was boarding the ship when Thjj will increase the fare be- iwecn Los Angeles and tons Dcach from 81 to 89 cents plus he 10 per cent federal tax Fares to Los Angeles from In :crmediate points, not includ r.g the 10 per cent tax, wil Willow Street, 81 cents Bixby Road, 73 cents; De Amo Boulevard, Co cents Grecnlcaf and Alameda, 57 cents; and Compton Boulc vard. 49 cents. The special school fare which has Riven students ! basic rate of 12 cents rathe: vrapped up apainst the piece of plywood he had been carrying." Shipman said the natural- Vis line had been left open during the hMf-hour lunch J icriod. and reported he was,:. ;o'd one man smclled (he pas' and went below to turn it off. When the mnn reached the ' |iumproom, Shipman said, a ' welder near the pas line,' struck an arc on his torch.] igniting the pas that had ac-|; cumulated between the bulk heads. WOKKMEN b r a v e d the thick smoke to rescue the in-] jured men, some nuking several trips and cmcrpns black Inspector John C. flcrnrd nf i{ the I.ns An?eles Fire Depart-,*} mcnt confirmcJ Shipman's «J itory the cxnlosion was', caused ly a leak in a na- ' j tura'-rras line. -Shipyard officials said the ship suffered no structural damage, but firemen ftom the'J trucks and fircboat* that re- - spondcd to the alarm said the' blast buckled bulkhcadt and 1 plates in the pumprnom. than the standard 25-cer Texan Asks $500,0001 Boy, 7, Dies as He Runs Bail Demand Be Cut in Front of Automobile Estes and three other men --Harold E. Orr, Ruel Alex ander and Colcman D. Me Spadden -- were arrested Thursday night on federal charges alleging fraudulent use of chattel mortgages. Late Friday, one of a group fare, was raised to 15 tents. Special fares to activities such as baseball gamfs and horse racing will be increased approximately 7 per cc-nt and the sale of tokens on !-oj Angeles city routes at a reduced rate of 2 for 45 cents will be discontinued. of finance companies deeply involved in West Texas agri cultural mortgages filed suit against Estes and other defendants. The petition in federal court here alleged the defendants were In default a total of $G»7.754 on sale contracts purchased by the plaintiff from the defendants, Amount asked by the plain' tiffs included $2 million plus $2 million In exemplary dam ages and attorney's fees o $300.000, a total of $4,300.000 Pacific Finance Corp. of Los Angeles, Calif., the plain tiff, also named as defendants 16 persons holding the con tracts which are in default. Arrest of Estes was felt in financial circles from Wai Street to the West Coast. (Continued from Page A-l) IN CRITICAL condition at lemorial Hospital was Emll lenry Schrull of DelL He was rushed by a heavy load of ile that shifted on his truck n a near collision with a car riven by Oscar Lee Gray, 22, a carpet layer, of Costa Mesa, at the intersection of Cowlcs Avenue and Cola tracts. Officers booked Gray for elony hit-run driving. He vas traced through a license number taken by Rudy Martinez, 21, a Huntington Beach truck driver. Martinez reported thb car struck the right rear of his pickup truck as It raced from the scene at high speed. Police said the heavy boxes of tile crushed the cab of Schrull's truck when he slammed on the brakes to avoid a collision. The intersection has no stop sign or other control. A L C O H O L I SIGNAL HILL HOSPITAL SANITARIUM · Alcoholic tefititt Call HEmlock 6-7263 1600 Orange Ave H Long Beach THE 7,000-TON ship. 533 feet long and with a beam of j| 54 feet, G inches, was the second named for Ensign John Charles England, killed! in the Japanese attack on' Pearl Harbor In 1041. The first had n distinguished World War II record. The vessel is the '"tcstjK thing In antiaircraft defense, 1] and will he equipped with the r all-weather, s u r f a c e - t o - a i r Terrier missile. It was christened by Mrs. Clair Tnple, wife of the U. S. senator, a t ' ceremonies attended hy top- ranking officers M.irclt G. It li will have a complement of,S ."!00 officers and men after it is commissioned in late 'S FINAL 3 DAYS OUTSTANDING VALUES IN ALL DEPARTMENTS WE MUST CLEAR OUR WAREHOUSE FOR INCOMING CARLOADS PUBLIC SERVICE NOTICE Protect Your Investment! Insist on Seeing Your Dealer's Official Maytag Franchise Protect Your Parts Warranty LOW LOW PRICES ON ALL GAS OR ELECTRIC MODELS MAYTAG tfe "dependable autgmaticgy . ., ICED PRICES;- Privcr, lit, AcctiTiI of iM:iii«l:iii^lit(T A f e l o n y manslaughter complaint ng.iinst Jnmes Rnh-^ crt Newell. 13, of SS2» A u t r y ] Ave., Lakewood, was issued;! Friday hy Dep. Dist. Atty.'C Charles D. Sheldon. Newell wai arrested March 27 after his auto allegedly! veered across South Street In Dairy Valley and fat.illy i n - £ Jurcd a pedestrian, Ilildppardc| Elson, -1G. of 1530J Bloomfield' Ave., Artcsia. | MO-VOLT OR 220-V NO SPECIAL WIRING REQUIRED \ I Water Saverl ^TBIBmai'yrirf Fully Automaticl HALO -OF- HEAT® Lint-Filter Tub! Safety-Lid Switch! Maytag Agitator Action! Water Temperature Selection! OT A*STRIPPED DOY/H'MODEL... THE ILLUSTRATION IN OUR FRIDAY, MARCH 30th AD WAS INCORRECT THIS II THf comer uiuiTMncw FOX oui 4-pc. Unfinished Sectional Truly a doluie sectional comtruclf d of clear while p'n*. landed tmoath, ready fcr you io finish. Includes: Na. 127 Corner Ocslc. 27x27x29; No. 23 Open Cabiicf. 23'/ixl3 l /4x29; No. 323 Chest, 3 drawirs; No. 23 WO Cabinef with sliding doors. oil 4 pieces, now on!/ 4007 PARAMOUNT BLVD. AT CARSON, LAKEWOOD HArriion 1-8461 all this for the low price PAY JUST WK. NOT SPECIALLY E FOR THIS EVEHT. © JILT MAYTAG'S FAMOUS WASHDAY WORKHORSE ALL MODELS MAYTAG WRINGERS ON DISPLAY TERMS FROM 489 a UK wit. WITH NO DOWN SO DAYS FREE TO GASH BUYERS ·Q ...but a 'SPECIAL PRICE REDUCTION on the Deluxe Highlander Dryer from oor sfocfc ^T *J.W s -,*s' ; K- .M-J^*^ MODa DE-300 'WITH TRADE- ONLY TERMS · WK. NO HOT SPOTS Illoslrallon thowi how Mav- tag Halo-ot- Heat* dryer JUT- rounds clothes with o gentle, tven circle of fitct, ends cvtr- dryingl Elimi- raltthsohljot tpoT ktcf. * WE GIVE HIGHEST TRADE-INS * TOU BUT FROM THE OWNER-NO SALESMAN'S COMMISSIONS * OUR OWN SERVICE BACKS WHAT WE SELL * NO DOWN FATMENT NEEDED STORE HOURS M0M.-TUU, 111 I i*. THU«.-rHI. WtD^SU. Lltlttt*. NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED DURING THIS SALE 15 YEARS IN SAME LOCATION WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL 5650 Atlantic Ave., N.L.B. GA 2-0908 GA 2-7078

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