Independent from Long Beach, California on February 11, 1958 · Page 21
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Long Beach, California
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Tuesday, February 11, 1958
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. . . W H E N IT COMES TO GETTING PLENTY OF LAUGHS vDieath Notices MCKRAY--Clarence ; 'S., 71, | JONES--Mrs. Frances, 76, of urviving the! are^a Whitmore. 477 Rose Ave.,''died'Sunday, sister, Mrs. Service 1 m. Thursday, in Christensen- no Chapel. ' / .WINTERS--Mrs. Columbia 83, of 1203 Linden Ave., ed Sunday. Surviving are ns, George, William.and Keneth; and a brother, Charles owen. Service Wednesday, ,1 m. in Chapel of the Chimes, iglewood Park Cemetery, with hristensen-Pmo 'Mortuary di- icting. CUNNINGHAM: -- Lawrence ames, 62,. of 437 E. 3rd St., ed Thursday. Surviving are ieccs, Mrs. Mary K. Wolfe nd Miss Dorothy Jean Smith, ervice Thursday, 10 a. m., Mot- and Peek Chapel. 3443 Montair. Avei, died Monday... Surviving is., 'daughter, Mrs. .Virginia Crumbaugh. 'Service Wednesday, .1 p.'"in, Dilday Chapel.' " ' '. . ' v · . · MATHEWSON -- Louise, 83, of 2039V 2 Cedar Ave':, :died Monday: Surviving are brothers, Charles and Robert · : A. tfathewson; sisters, Miss Helen Cr. ' Mathewson 'and Mrs.' M. lolfe.'' G r aCv e s i d e service Wednesday, . 1 p. m., 'Westminster .Memorial Park. ' Mottell's '.'·' Peek. M o r . t u a r y directing. Veuel Allakmon Cftdar _- rt ft'527 _ Buffalo (Nor.) _-.-.--· CharlM S. -Jonesi (Tkr.) Ciudad D» Bogota (Col.) Hawaiian 1 pilot ... Hawaiian · Farmer WALKER--Mrs, Clara A':, 85, of 1742 Lewis Ave., idied Sunday. -Surviving is a'son, Alva L. Service Wednesday, 1 p. m., MotteH's Peek Mortuary. LAW--Jackson Oliver, 67, of 745 Pacific Ave., died Sunday, urviving are wife, Hanna-; son, ackson Jr.; brother, 'William. ervice Wednesday, 10 a. m., irst Baptist .Church, Lynwood; ynwood Mortuary directing. RAINWATER--Clifton X, 59, f San. Gabriel, a member of ^ong Beach Ad Club, died aturday. Surviving · are wife, lare; sons, James and Clifton r. Service today, 2:30 p. m., urner, Stevens Turner Mor- uary, Alhambra. · Makes any drink better! Samovar VODKA - Dist. from iriln. 10 ind 100 Proof. Schinliy DUt. Co,, N.Y.C. Ship Arrivals, Departures (Complied br tie Mul» Exeluio) ACTIVE VESSELS W FOB! .- . , Berth Operator -. Due to Sail _ F " r 136 Lurla Broi. _·_ _:..F«S. 11 San Fran. iB-42 W K. Cbamberlln Co. _, Indefinite B-OS American Mall Line Feb. 11 San .Fran. L Orion .Shpff. -Feb. 30 -Mr - '· · . n . ~-£A. Up Col RIv.Tow Feb. 10 Cr«cent.Clty __~ ._;_i76 Fred Olien ........Feb. 12 Huen«ne J J - 1 . . U u.~~.» ............. ""· *-- A J M V . J - -- t m j38 Rlchfleld.,011 Pit).' ir.:_..._.,Morro Ba, L~..90 Grancolomblana Une Feb .10 San .Fran. L.LB-20 Mation, Nav. . ".J?«b.""ib" San* "Fran. ...Feb.' 14 Honolulu · ----Juyo .Mam (Jap. Tier.)' . Koril Mara (Jap.).' ------ 2*1 jAauon r*av ...........w'^w. *·* · ijuuviv.*. 31,30 .yer, Campania S.A. Feb. 12 y ? Mormactulf --.--:Margaret Onitead (Nor. Maryn Ol«on Mtnew "X-uckenbach Myrmidon '(Br.) ,-Minnesota (Tkr.) - _ Old Colony Mariner President .Grant . Rondo (Duu) Sierra · :~ Siena x (Dan.) Sheaf Royal (Br. Tkr,) Tlvives u. Wonosobo (Put.) _.: Washington (Kr.) -. World Ideal (Lib. Tkr.) Young America _.230-E Daldo Moore 35 Oliver J. 1 OUon TM.".22B Luckinbach Ll . . 22H .LU£ll*uuut4i ^jiu«. ... LB-24 Be La Kama Lines 173 Tne Texas. Co. 12 Sun Fran. Fr»! ·_: ---- : ------- Indefinite .. ----- Feb. 11 San Fran. ..F«b: 10 Sin Fran'. 173 TDC "i.ejtH.8. -^u. ._.,,..»".-- Feb. 11 S*a.ttl6 ~XB-7 Pacific Far Bait. ....Feb. . 11 Sun Fran " 1 5 3 American President .Feb. 12 New. York ~180 Jav.i .paclflc-Hoegh. Feb. 11 San Fran. 35 The Oceanic SSCo. ...Jeb. 10 San Fran. 135 The ceanc o. . . . . . """"r.B-3 Tli» Ent Asiatic Jan. H, San Fran. ~ ---- IP? shell Tankers Ltd.- .......... -- ^ ------- Inde£. ----- 11T United Fruit Co. ,, ___ .Feb. 10 San Fran. ;mi79' paclile-Hoegn Feb. 12^Ean Fran. - Tfl F F-ench Line ^.-..Feb. 10 Antwerp -77 Transoceanic MarinB Feb. II Yokohama 17S Waterman Lln« -- -Feb. 11 San Fran Service Today for Crash Pilot Funeral service for Air Force Maj. Jdrgen Augustenborg,-.36, pilot of the'CllS which collided with a Navy P2V And. crashed Feb. 1 at Nqrwalk, will at 9:30 a.m. today in Grace, Lutherair church; Bell; Interment will, be- in Fort Rpsecrans National Cemetery, San'Diego. .'·Maj. , Augustenbprg,. 10308 Jackson; St., South Gate, is.'survived by his wife, Mabel; sons, Lon, 5, -Jay 9, Ned,-l; sisters, Ethel Lewis, Gloria Kritz and Ann -Brown, 'all jf Wilmington. VESSELS DOE MONDAY S ffiSri* ^Bi E. Day (Tkr.1 LE-78 Portland COOK -- Edwin John, 4819 Trimble Ct., died Sunday. Sur- vivinE, are wife, Ar'line Cline; d a u g h t e r , Mrs. Ethel Mae Greene. Service Thursday, 2 p; m., Mottell's. Peek Mortuary. BKOWXLEE -- Mrs. Nellie, 73, of 205 Chestnut^Ave., died Friday. Surviving are daughters, Mrs. Gladys Wa'£kins and Mrs. -Emma James. Service at Salt Lake City, Utah.. Mottell's Peek- M o r t u a r y directing locally, ' j. H. Tutti. (Tkr.)- s; g^^sr^SS^Ss^SK'S^ :nervll!e -LB-JO --:-- SHEPLEY--Derek, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack S. 'Shep- Syracuse Wk., died ----- . . Surviving in addition ley, 224 Monday. to 'parents are grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert White. Graveside service today, 10:30 a. m., Sunnyside Memorial 1 Park. Mottell's Peek Mor tuary directing: MCLEAN -- Mrs. Muriel Olive, 60, of 5526 N. Cariehffl Ave., died Saturday. .Surviving are son, Dr. James A.; mother, Mrs. Margaret S h e i r l o c k ; brothers, Wallace' E. .and Oscar Sheirlock; sisters, Mrs. Olga Dale Carnegie Coiirse Public Speaking--Memory Training--Humon ,Re/afion$ SEE ADVERTISEMENT PAGE B-5 INDEPENDENT-- P«g»,£-S IM«. iMch, 'Mil, Tuu., Ilk. 11,-INI Moon to Pass Over. . ^. Area at 3:56 P.M. r ;; The Naval 'Research' Laborai tory Monday said .the U.S..EX-' plorer' satellite', wfll', pass" over this' area at 3:56 p.m.. Padffi;.' Standard;:Time.-/today v from. west to east. · _ , . ; . . ··_.'. TEN TRUCKS TO SERVE YOU PETRI GLEANERS 1250 ORANGE AVE. / 1 Standard Oil ·VESSELS DUE TODAY From Operator line *» S«ll Pac. Coast Transpt, Feb. 12 For Edmonds .'.y^r ..L« Havre uomp. uAnnEmem* A . **"· - t c:^v J ;-.vr«;i Z_S«»ttlt The-Temi-Co. Feb. 11 Richmond 3«n. Francisco States Marine ... -Feb. 13 Mazatian Vancouver .Maritime Arcv. Ltd. Feb. 12 New YorK r SiEuenay Protect Huge Tigers MOSCOW OPI --Only 25 to 30 of 'the giant Amur tigers now rfemain in the. .forests of Khabarovse territory. Izvestia reports hunting '· of the tigers, which weigh up to 65p pounds; has been prohibited'to prevent extinction of the species. , Peters, Mrs! .Nina Osborne, Mrs. Vera M c M i l l a n , Mrs. Grace Barnes, iMrs. Hazel Robertson and Mrs. Doris Walpole. Service today, 11 a-m., Rose Garden Chapel. · COOK--Mrs. Minnie B., 86, of 258 Glendora Ave., died Saturday. Surviving is a son, 'Gordon. \Service t o d a y , 3 p.m., Christensen-Pino Mortuary. . GOODWEST -- Mrs. . Mildred 61,\of 1016'Maone Ave.,'died Saturday. Surviving is a son, Lester. 1 Service t o d a y , 1 Christensen-Pino. Mortu- W. L. Walker, Mission Aide, -^ Dies in Japan Walter L. Walker, 59, of 3834 Carfax St., died Saturday night at the Japanese Christian Mission' in Sa p p o r o , Hokkaido, Japan, where he has been a lay worker for a year and a half. ' / . ' ' His son, the Rev. Wesley Walker, is minister at the mission. Walter had lived in Long Beach since 1920 and was a m e m b e r of First Christian Church here. Surviving are his wife, Olive N.;' the son; and daughters, Mrs. Connie Smead, Mrs. Derelle O'Brien and Mrs. Amert Sha'rpe. Funeral service and interment will be in Japan. FELL THAT PURSE through Classified ads! Sell things .not using.! B.W. 1017 Obispo Ave. GE 8-5008;.;"With a Real Home Atmosphere" IS DON'T YOUfc Lanolized Cold Wave To give your hair lustre and brilliance for all occasions . . . this rich, creamy wave . . perfect for you! Guaranteed! Remember! Our-low rent permits-this-low price! (Bring this ad.) Shampoo and set, $2.00. Manicures, $1.25 and $1.00. Open 8:30 to 6:00. Ph. HE 7-6991. V 00 .f T Z^jSS^^JxS^tiife"''i^ .% All Leatherette Seat Covers J 3-Pc. Set-Cleaned in Home S a13.aU Viuue, o-jy*-. WY^*.«"»---- ·"-- ,,t! Furniture, rugs, carpets done in your home.. r- i with ".'Sterling" methods by,.expertsi using All Leatherette Seat Covers custom fit- £4% m OC f, ·'· 1 ted for your car! Convertible-auto tops 'f""»^B ** if. '. » for most cars. Choice of black or tan ... J B^ I 21.95. Other colors slightly higher. Terry AM · - ., .; witn vaterjiiis "'=" w j" "f-"T" t ~ t 7 v n~ cloth seat covers . Reg. 5.95, SALE ·,-,, ! , - soapless cocoanut oil shampoo. Latest type ! 334 Do^r pS.rccoverld, 5.00 each. CT / ^ electric equipment. 2 free tickets at ; the - ' Headliners installed, 22.95 up. Complete auto upholstery. \c # cashier's We do '·epairs. also. Discount on materials. Plenty of free .' ; Telegram 1 parking? K - Alameda. ^a^r^2is^33^3z^r-^ *^L: i£? zisnsc $400 THE AUnCS-OF THE XIDS IK THIS FEATURE WILL GIVE IDD HEHPI OF JDN1 LOOK FOR MISS PEACH IN THE WOMEN'S SECTION EVERY MORION0 Independent 6AIL BE 5-1161 SDR HOME DELIVEBI 1 Traverse Drapes Custom draperies made and-measured to · fit your windows. All drapes "fan-folded, weighted.and Double hemmed. Finest workmanship. Unconditional guar. Our decorator .will call at your home with hundreds of samples to select from. No obligation for free estimate. Credit terms, 24 months, to pay. We go to Orange County at no extra charge. .'Be sure and ask about our special buy in wall-to-wall carpeting. Long Beach Upholstery 3434 Atlantic Ave.--Phone GA 7-8696--GE 8-3398 Eves. LABOR PER PANEL Women's Ic Shoe Sale I Choose from high fashion style dress shoes 11 at values to $34.95. Buy first pair at our low sale price of $10.95 .to $21.95 and get \s second pair for only Ic. Two free tickets at ' the cashier's desk of the Independent, Press- Telegram for Ralph N. May, 1415 Newport Thieves' Market, 228 Pine "Every Buy a Steal"--Open Monday and Friday to 9 PAIR IAIK 1 $5 Blood Pathology Exam . Your blood tells the story.-New -- revfto-' tionary. Proven by research ,on 10,000 cases. With a Ken-A-Scope you-watch your- · blood show the extent of · pathology ana trouble with its stage of development. Many : serious diseases .can be corrected or prevented by their early discovery. Present .this aa Dr. A. I. Vickery Assoc., 'Drugless Non-Surgical Method*" 431 E. $400 1 Special! 9x12 Rug Cleaned Phone. Mon., · Tu. or' Wed. only for special C «% 0 C . price Beautiful work done in Domestics, -· p ^M *·* Broadlooms, Axminsters, Wiltons, etc., .in · ~\ ' Sterling's modern new plant with ."Sterling +0 Methods" by experts using soapless cocoa- · ExceDt nut oil shampoo. Latest type equipment All ,,,,,,,,,',, ^ · work guar. and insured. Free Pi*up, del. Beversibles 2 free tickets at the cashier's desk of the ^ !! I,, - Independent, 'Press-Telegram, 6th and Pine, for: David ; Brown, 7219 Lanai.. ' Sterling Carpet Furn. Clnrs. 725 'Ohio Ave.--Lone Beach--Phone GEneva 9-8107 De Luxe Oil Peimanents f \ permanently lovely hair fashions at save-on ' * prices 2Yi hours is all it takes to -get a permanent. No waiting -- Six:, girls to' - serve you'at'all times. No· appomtment necessary for. permanent wave Open 8. a. m. 2 free tickets at' the cashier s desk of the Press-Telegram, 6th and" Pine, for ~ Magnolia. **,. ^·i 'j-f* r t ' TM SME5Bmc3S(SBS3 . Bja!W ^^ Upholster Sofa m Nylon We are featuring a group of heavy- t "weight non-fading_nylon fabrics on which we will guarantee"to save you .more than the labor cost on any sofa'or chair. Our decorator, will call at your convenience, to v * Solon p . 1 free tickets at lie cashie^. desk of The Independent, Press-Telegram,..6th and Pine, 136 E. M'Oira 01-. -- ^^^ **-««·*« : --- Acro»s From the Edison-Co. on Ground Floor Dresses... Values to $22.98 $ 10 98 Final' clearance... all winter dresses be- '·: low cost! Year 'round-wool ^uits,-reg. -i S47.9S, now S24:9S. Sweaters, values to ; i $14 98, now $7.98; values 'to $8.98,. now " $4.98. Blouses, 2 for. $5. Skirts, jackets, capri pants, cotton knit tops, sox, belts, brassieres and jewelry 'at great savings. Nylon hose SI. 2 free, tickets-at the cashier's desk of the Independent, Press-Telegram for Dorothy Williams, 2469 Valdina, Anaheim. - . Elizabeth's 3948 Atlantic--Park Free In Bear--10-6JDany; 10-9 Frl. Free Theater Tickets Every member of the family -will enjoy and profit by shopping with the merchants listed on this .page. You -save money--save time-^and you may be the lucky winner of a pair'of FREE, tickets to the'West-CSastTheatre--you cant* lose. · · · · ' . · Bargains Galore! FREE f t f *· s ic i Watch This Page wi.V Specials For Information: Ph. HE S-1161, Ext. 2i6. Everything already is specially priced -^ now save an EXTRA 10 PER CENT. Op- f ;: : portunity knocks! Take what you need and use our lay-away for the rest This .1 includes'spring styles arnving..daily. i Name brand dresses for. every, occasion, ~3 blouses, skirts, -house coats, dusters, coats, slacks,-sport togs, hose and'lin- Berie 51.95, $3.95, $5.9?, $795, $9.95 and up Sizes 9 to 52 and all %· sizes. SPECIALS LESS · · ' 10% Polly Petite Frock Shop 2816 Atantlc Ave. - O'pcn9:80to8:30 Ic Nationally advertised brand shoes for the entire family.. Buy first pair at a ridiculous- i ly low sale price and get your second pair for onlyl'c.. 2 free tickets at the;cashier's' desk at the Independent, Press-Telegram for Joyce Elliott, 1529. Rose. - ; ' . Thieves 1 Market, 445 American "Every Buy * Steal"--Open Monday and Friday to 9 1 IN YOUR HOME. Yes! Tinted-if desired. Phone Mon., Tues. or Wed.. Broadtoom twist, etc.-Value 8c sq. ft.Spe^.K^f °* i r , furniture, rugs and carpets -With: 'Sterling !* i methods by experts usmg soapless .cocoanut ... , · _ _ :*u 1 K 4-«n4. · ^nm». TMUPnltlPS. cashier's desk of Th_ ,--i«-x- p . and Pine, lor Norman Correll; 16105 Please call -jAiiici" ,~w»~ ---__~, FREE- estimate in your -home. Our decora-. ^^^^^^^^^ f e rfcs Un 2tmon«o p^Sup $S livwv' anywh^iri.Los Angeles or Orange County Be.'sure and ask about our special buy in wall-to-wall carpeting. A* Low A» per Montil "

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