Independent from Long Beach, California on April 3, 1962 · Page 14
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 14

Long Beach, California
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Tuesday, April 3, 1962
Page 14
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Pag* 8-6--INDEPENDENT l»M luck. CWI. t»«* **" · «*' Death Notices WEEKS--Allan L. 83. of Lafayette. Calif., formerly of Long Beach, died in Lafayette. Surviving are daughters. Mrs. Barbara Smith, Mrs. James Dauen son, Wayne. Service was Monday at Hull's Walnut Creek Chaptl, Walnut Creek. Calif. PETER --John H.. 83, of 1725 E. Poppy St.. died Sat urday. Surviving are wife. Clara; daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Walker, sons. Lloyd. Wilbcr, Darwin; sisters, Mrs. Katie Johnson. Mrs. F.tha Wood, Miss Minnie Peter; brothers. Edd, William,. Arthur. 10 grandchildren and four prcat- g r a n d c h i l d r e n . Sen-ice Wednesday, 1 p.m.. White's Funeral Home, Bellflowcr. MCMILLAN --Andrew, 87. of C50 Roycroft Ave., died Monday. Surviving are son, Kenneth: daughters, Mrs. Isa be! De Vcrncil, Mrs. Catherine Caddy, Miss Marion McMil Ian: brothers, Dan. Robert, Jack; sisters. Mrs. Mary TUT ncr, Mrs. Kate Dobie: and four Rrandchildrcn. Service Wednesday. 11 a.m., Mottell's Peck Mortuary. BARNES --Mrs. Lillian E, 76. of 1728 Pine Ave., died Monday. Surviving are husband. Manitoba; daughters, Mrs. Winnifred D. Elmore. Mrs. Lilian E. Gray; sister, Mrs. Winifred Barnes; broth' er. Arthur Yells; three grand children and three great' g r a n d c h i l d r e n . Service Wednesday, 1 p.m.. Dilday Family Funeral Directors. quiem Mass Thursday. 10 a.m., both at St. Corncliu Catholic Church. Mottell's Peck Mortuary in charge. EVANS--Ralph M.. 92, of 230 Coronado Av'e., died Sun day. Surviving arc daugh tcrs. Mrs. F. A. Grascr, Mrs. John Peterson. Private sen-' ice was at Dilday Family FU' n'cral Directors. JONES -- Ncwland P.. of 5734 Roscbay St., died Sun day. Surviving is wife, Eliza both B. Service Wednesday, I I a.m.. Chapel of Memorial Hospital. Dilday Family Fu neral Directors directing. Do nations are requested to Heart Research F u n d . Mcmoria Hospital. WALSH--Mrs. Winifred, o Ililtsboro. Ore., formerly o Lone Beach and former ownc of the Triple W Cafe, Lon Beach, fur 25 years, diet March 27. Surviving arc hu band. Stewart; son, Dougla Bamos; daughter, Mrs. Mar garet Fields. Service today 9 a.m., Dilday Family Funcra Directors. eum. 4201 Whittier Blvd.. Los Angeles. Norwalk Funeral tome. T. C. Archibald,' in harge. WELCH (Norwalk) -- Mrs Louise. 39. of 13920 S. Funs ton Ave., died Sunday. Surviving are husband, Henry sons, Robert L., Bill; parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pierce brother, Wilbur Pierce. Scrv ice Wednesday, 2 p trt. Chape of Memories. C. Robert Lingo Norwalk. CROWLEY (Nonvalk) -Mrs. Elsie G., 63, of 14529 S Painter Ave., died Saturday Surviving are daughter, Mr: Doris Morgan; sister, Mr: Mary Smith. Service Wcdncs day, 10 a.m.. Calvary Mauso CAKRITIIEKS (Dairy Vsl- day. Surviving are wife. Mar *·)--William E.. 27, of 19021 lene; sons. Michael. Lee. Rob- S. Dloomfield Ave.. died Fri-Jert; parents. Mr. and Mrs. SEND YOUR -Easter Cleaning Lewis Carrlthers; f i t t e r , Carol Ann; brother, Car! A. Service Wednesday, a.m., Artesta Mortuary. In' terment in Westminster Me mortal Park. TITHE ( P a r a m o u n t ) -James C.. 69. of 7032 E. Compton Blvd.. diW Monday. Surviving are brothers, Fred. Francis, Eugene. R o s a r y (Continued Page B-7, Col. 1) 10:30 Com P 1 ' NOW I F M CLEANERS 1436 CHERRY, Long Beach 5«3 HE "PUT IT OFF!" nUF.KN--Arthur J., 58. of 3323 Ocana Ave., died Monday. Surviving arc wife, Mac; I brother. Ralph; sister. Miss (Christine Breen. R o s a r y MILLS--Robert R., 49. of Wednesday. 8:15 p.m., Re 363(5 Los Coyotes Diagonal, died Sunday. Surviving arc wife, Jean; son, Gordon R.; brother, Kenneth. Service Friday. 11 a.m., Mottell's Peck Mortuary. FREE HAIR CLINIC Set A-S BAILEY --Mrs. Mabel C., 82. of 5103 Scrivener St.. died Sunday. Surviving are daughters. Mrs. Elizabeth Crandall, Mrs. Dcrncce I.yon; son. Dr. I Willard Bailey. M e m o r i a l service Wednesday, 4:30 p.m., University lljptist Cliuidi Christcnsen-Pino Mortuary di reeling. Family requests con' Intuitions to University Hap' list Church Memorial Fund. S NELSON --Mrs. Alice M.. 70. of 1C28 E. First St., died Saturday. Surviving are son, Clarence A. Mickcl; sisters. Mrs. C. F. Eckert. Mrs. Marici Rrrwcll. Mrs. Clara Bnrger- ding; brothers. Clarence. Ilort Mcdinnis. Service Wednesday, I I a.m., Chrislcnsen-Pimi Mortuary. MEN'S HAIRCUTS REG. VALUE $1.75 (ONLY) $1.30 BOYS' HAIRCUTS UNDER 12 REG. VALUE $1.50 (ONLY) $1.05 ALL FLAT TOPS $1.50 FREE 10-SPEED BICYCLE To Be Given Away - F R E E -- AT EACH SHOP Monday, May 7th C«m» Ml *n4 tit VtVT CHPtH No Purchase Necessary Winner nttd nit »t irtwal at Drtwinf ATTENTION! Iri9 !· tkii ad oitd get 1 tilra cmipom Mo re than $36 mill-oa in reserves Half a billion dollars now Coast Federal Savings Sill If it's safety you want most Open your savings account at Coast Jacobson's Barber Shop 1447 Cherry Ave.. L.B. HE 7-4421 McBon Gay Barber Shop 10209 ROSECRANS M. T Corr*r BELLFLOWER "A Jtcotun BVMf IIMO- LONG BEACH: 3rd Locust · HEmlock 7-7481 MAIN OFFICE: 9th Hill, Los Angeles · MAdison 3-1351 Chances are, you know that Greyhound fares are less than; any other form of public transportation. What you probably don't realize is how much less. Check the Greyhound fares below. You'll see why It makes good sense to insist on exclusive Greyhound Scenlcmlser Service! It costs less than you think to go Greyhound... and leave the driving to us.i r COAST FEDERAL SAVINGS JQI ClUU.PIIIIDfKT No ether form cl public transportation has lares so low. For eumple: SEATTLE '27" MEMPHIS '50" CHICAGO. .'54" Salt Lake City '20" San Francisco ' 9" TUCSON '15" EL PASO '25" IM "K !'·¥,",'"'· one The Retail Clerks Union "STORE CARD" is good for everyone: the community, the store employee,] ,3 the'employer. The community as a whole benefits because the R e t a i l C l e r k s " S T O R E C A R D , " backed by a collective bargaining agreement, means a better standard of living for all. When you shop, l o o k for the familiar red, white and blue card-the sign of honor and integrity for a business establishment that merits community support. -a \ TMt PROPERTY OF ANDJSSUED Bt THE Retail Qctks International Association ·AFFILIATED WITH AFL-CIO ' . ' '. · · . * THESE FINE STORES PROUDLY DISPLAY THE "UNION STORE" CARD: FOOD STORES A P Market All American Alpha Beta Markets Art Market Arvo'i Market Atlantic Farms Banner Market Bargain Town Market Beach's Mealt Beach's Grocery Belmont Heights Market Benson's Market Better Foods Boys Market Bradley's Market Bruce's Market Bryan's Market Budg«t Foods Bushel PecV Market Buihel Peck Produce Cal Food fa) Cat Discount) California Heights Market Carson Street Market Cole'* Market Country Farms Market Craun's Marie' D 4 W Market Don's Lucky Fire Market Don's Market Don's Produce Downey Ranch Market Elbcrt Start Liquor 1*1 MrCovt Mvtrtl Everybody's Market F W Market Farmer Boys' Market Fed Mart Food (at Fed Mart Discount) Field Food Market Food Giant Foodland Market Foodlino Markit George Herman Food Liquor Greater Central Hanson's Market Hiram's Market Harvester's Market Howie's Market Iowa Pork . Fot Markets Johnnie's Market John's Food King K K Market Kclhari Market Lakewood Village Market Littlo Giant Lockycr's Market Los Cerritos Market Lucky Market McGowan's MarVet McCoy's Markets Mac Mart Market Manning's Bakery Market Basket Market Square Mayfair Markets Morry's Liquor Naples Grand Market Nip Tuck Market Palms Liquor Paul's Park Market Phil's Fairgrove Market Pioneer Farms Plowboyt Raisin Enterprises (Liquor Dept. in Alpha Beta Mkts.) Ralphs Ray i Eddio's Royal Primo Meats Safeway, Inc. Sav Mart Sav Mor Market Shoppers' Market Sol's Food Shop Sunfair Liquor Sunfair Market Surlow's Market Swenson's Market Tarzana Liquor (at Foi Markets) Tcrmino Market Thriftimart Townsend's Market U-Disco Food (at U-Disco Discount) Van de Kamp's Bakery Villa Market Village Market Von's · Shopping Bag Markets Walsh's Market Wong's Market Wong's Pioneer Market Vwr Market DRUG STORES Beach Pharmacy Boy's Pharmacy (it Bor Mntetl Bushel Peck Drug Cal Drug (at Cal Discount] Cancer Pearson Drug Drug King Hampton Drug Hiram's Drug · lit Hlwi'l MJ'U'll Long Beach Drug McCown Drug Sav-on Drug Sunfair Drug Thrifty Drug U-Disco Drug (.1 u D'«a Divowll SHOE STORES Barnott's Bootcry Gallenkamp's Hudson Shoes Karl's Shoes Kirby Shoes DISCOUNT STORES ABC Garden Shop ABC Union Stor* Akron Cal Stores Fed Mart Gcmco LaBreo Sales Serv-Mart U-Disco Whito Front Amtrtem Tlrt Avmue Fvrmtur* Bruno* Louer I uC7*o* ontnbufert VYKlcnt Stel OTHER STORES 'Gold's Furniture Appliance Stores Grayion's Joel's Fashion Center L G Auto Pads Lawrence Jewelry HI H'rimt /untttl Montgomery .Ward Catalogue Sprouse-Rcitt Thrifty Department Store (at Thrifty Drug) Clerhs Union Local 324 8530 STANTON AVE., BUENA PARK, CALIF--Chartered by Retail Clerks International Association {AFL-CIO) I.'

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