Independent from Long Beach, California on February 13, 1958 · Page 23
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Thursday, February 13, 1958
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Exfra Specials BELOW COST Bather and Seven Tots (Die in Flaming House BRAND NEW HOTPOINT ALLIANCE,, O h i o .fl!.PJ--A father and seven of his children J perished early Wednesday in a I fire which d e s t r o y e d their || frame home. "I told them to jump, but | they w o u l d n ' t , ^ said the mother, Mrs. Barbara Lilly, 29, 'who fled the flaming home with la five-month-old.son, Miles. . Mrs. Lilly told Fire Chief Milo Sights that the children were too afraid to jump from the second floor. The victims, all of whom died of burns and t, suffocation, included: Robert Lilly, 38, the father, chipper at American Steel Foundry Co. here;.:'and his. children, Gregory, 9; Marshall, 7; Clara,, 6r twins'/ Robert and Roberta, 5; Pamela, -4,--and Cynthia.''3. ; '.''" : , A-bedroom closet revealed-the bodies of three "of the children huddled 'together, where' they ran to-hide from the..flames. Bodies of the four other children were found in.-another bedroom of the two-story, six- room home, while Lilly's body was slumped in an . upstairs lathroom. ," " '.'Some .25 firemen battled the blaze in snow and'zero temperatures while flames, raced-up Hospital SendsPaula Amt Home to Fight for Her Life · ' i,. "' WASHINGTON -Ol--Paula will recover from the usually Ann Backover, 6-year-old leukemia- victim,, fought for life from. hejrown 'bed Wednesday while her father.lought to stay out "of" prison. Children's Hospital, permitted' the little', girl to "go home, but there was no indication that her'condition had changed for better-or worse.' Her 28-year-old, father, Robert, "who traded his liberty to| see Paula Ann once again, said "maybe there is a' chance" she fatal form of cancer. '·.; :. MEANTIME, he conferred with officials of the insurance company which paid off ·'the $2,30Q he was accused of stealing '.from a. Hyatfsville, .Md bowling alley .where .he was 'assistant: manager., The company has indicated it would drop the'charges if "the INDEPENDENT--Paq. B-9 , c«if.,niwi.,r*..-.ia,:vMs foung .father would, work-out some means of restitution. BACKOVER rushedi/to; his daughter's ;.side -from: a, hideout n Los Angeles, where" he fled jefore Christmas:; ·· ,'.-'.· . Dollar Days at; ZUKORS,,.^ Long Beach - See Page DD1 DOLLAR DAY SPECIAL ; SHOES MADE LARGER $ . . . · . ·- · ' - . the basement steps and then to the main' stairway to the second f l o o r . . . . . ' · . . . . · ' """" WE "A^l/" GREEN GIVE iQ.si- STAMPS With All PufthuiC* anH Repair *ii · »n- v TED W. BROWN Cirdif Jowi.-h' · iin«- 1 9 2 1 416 flMtBlCAN Ph Ht A 7376 Ung koch Cobklw'i prww «twlly:Mal(M your ih»« l«»|tr »r wle*r..N«t · itreteh-- ihori.pitrmanMthr mini e* Ik* «ppropri«t« loit. Shew mtyM wlrti «p«" tow,- $!.»5 · ··Ir. Op*n 1:30 u tilO diily. L. B COBBLERS .nr,^ 1 "T*« Man* *f H»tli MWMH f«lflc -rf C.4« (Ml W. 4th It.) HlmlMl ON EASY TERMS FULL SIZE GAS RANGES $ 79 00 HOTPOINT-- 18-CUBIC-FOOT DOUBUE-DOOR ^ REFRIGERATORS^gQ Hug- 255-Lb. Fr«««r--R«g. $749.0a' W W W 2-PIECE -- REJ. $149.95 LIVING ROOM SUITE Hardwood Construction Choice of Fabrics - 69 VISCOSE TWEED CARPETING Hard Finish Loop. $ 2 95 5 O N L Y , 15 MORE DAYS TO SAVE TAX DOLLARS V4 MILLION DOLLAR TAX ASSESSMENT SALE WE DEFY COMPETITION ... COMPARE PRICES! STARTS TODAY HIDEAWAY BEDS A DIVAN BY DAY A BED BY NITE Rtg. $229.00 $ 109 00 MATTRESSES BOX SPRINGS 15 YEAR GUARANTEE . . . MORE THAN OFF HOOVER DRY or STEAM IRONS SU.95 RAYTHEON 7-TRANSISTOR PORTABLE RADIOS 500-HOUR IATTMY *.g. 7».?5 1-YEAR REPLACEMENT GUARANTEE GARBAGE DISPOSALS Heavy Duty Motor -- Reg. $79.95 $ 36 85 AUTOMATIC TOASTERS R«. $it.t5 DORMEYER SKIL-TYPE SAWS. 9-CUP AUTO. ! COFFEEMAKERS AIREQUIPT SLIDE MAGAZINES.. BELOW OUR COST! GERMAN IMPORTED HI-FI " PORTABLE · RECORD PLAYER 3-SPEED BELOW COST! STEELMAN HI-FI $*»A495 Regular $389.00 ONLY A FEW CLOSE-OUTS TELEFUNKEN 4-SrEED CHANGER 204 RONSON "66" ELECTRIC SHAVER NO TRADE NECESSARY YELLOW COLD STERLING LOCKETS CROSSES Reg. $8.50 $349 ONE CARAT DIAMOND , T OTAL WEIGHT) WEDDING SET 00 SKYLINER LUGGAGE F«ur Colon to Chant* All Airplane Typ» TRAIN $A ( CASE.._ T» 21-INCH $( WEEK-END. 26-INCH PULLMAN.. TWO 'IftQfi SUITER IO.OO WARDROBE $ SIZE '9.88 1 A A A I O«OO Scvffproof, Srdin-R«lit««t, W«lhabl» WATCHES MEN'S -- 17-JIWEL Shock Water Resistant MATCHED STRETCH IAND LADIES' or MEN'S WATCH IANDS Valuu t» JM5 Whit* or T.llo* Oold GUARANTEED WATCH . . . $ 5 0 CLEANING YOU ...CAN SAVE BY BUYING We are assessed on our stock of the first Monday In March . . . We must pay that tax If we clear before then, we save the tax ... That means you save money by buying now. ALL PRICES SLASHED TO SELL NOW! BRAND NEW --MODEL IMP.-1307 ADMIRAL... DUAL TEMP REFRIGERATOR - FREEZER HUGE 13-GU.-FT. ON REGULAR ( 499 One af the coldest freezers on the market . . . de luxe features, including germicldal light, roll-out shelves, twin porcelain crispers . . . completely *dor free, place onions .next to butter. IN FACTORY CARTONS.. __________ ,. ------ , TERMS . . . of "THOMAS' " PLUS with your trade Si OA Worth of Tools or I UU or Small Appliance* ADMIRAL ONE-TON AIR CONDITIONER NEW 1958 MODEL GENERAL ELECTRIC WASHER 10-Lb. Capacity . OVER $200°° OFF! ON THIS NEW .C.I. . 13 CUBIC FOOT UPSIDE-DOWN REFRIGERATOR FREEZER HUGE 105-LI. FREEZER AUTOMATIC DEFROST LARGE MEAT FREEZER DE LUXE FEATURES . .'. 389 94 EASY CREDIT TERMS SAVE $ 87 35 SELF-DEFROSTING 11 CUBIC FOOT REFRIGERATOR Huge 74-lb. Crots-Top Free«r Tru-Zone Zer v p Freezer 252 50 LOW EASY TERMS AT F. M. THOMAS FREE FOR THIS SALE INSTALLATION * i YEAR SERVICE: DELIVERY . ALL THIS PLUS THE TOP TRADE-INS GENERAL ELECTRIC MOBILE-MAID DISHWASHER Irnnf N*w, If SI Wcrki ·· VI0 Current $279.95 VALUE 95 ·RING A TRUCK OR- TRAILER . . . TO 1639 E. ARTESIA ST. OPEN MON. ft FRI. IYES. TIL 9 P. M. PHONE GA 3-5421 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT

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