Independent from Long Beach, California on April 4, 1963 · Page 27
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 27

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, April 4, 1963
Page 27
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P«a« 6-2--INDEPENDENT | Lm luck, CM. Tkn Awl «. WO Wishes Not Enough for Little Kareii Catalina Steamer Berth Undecided Whether the famous "Great White Steamer." Catalina, XTill come tn Long Beach or remain in Angeles Harbor was up la the air Wednesday. Earlier, the NGSR Cora- SS Los surjery -- 16 pints of Beach they wanted a terminal built in the city. However. Wednesday the Los Angeles Harbor Commission asked the port to enter C* But It wasn't enough, and negotiations with the Los An- -JCaren died Tuesday. ' " '·'I She is survived by -- to gala a chance for ir She got both -- at UCLA -Medical Center and from well; wishing friends. ·*^ t?TTf it wa «n"f Jgeles Department of Water the, Power to lease land for a parents. Mr. and Mrs. Carl^pirlun; Oliver, of 13953 Regentview Ave^ brothers and sisters. Scott. Susaa, Brenda and'^^ Mut Her funeral trill bft at] lwa 2 pun. Friday in BeMtowerjj area for the steamer. OWNERS of the Catalina prob- '· ment in Rose Hills Memorial ·r Park, W h i t t i e r . BcIlHower % Mortuary is in charge. leave location a f t e r neariy 40 years there. The order to enter negotiations for the eight-acre parcel at Avaloa Boulevard and, Water Street was made by Commissioner George Wat son. who pointed out that the Utalina was a $40.000-a-year jusiness for the harbor and one of its oldest tenants. HE ASKED that the port offer DVVP $10,000 a year for he parking land with the ^ease to become effective May 1. New parking arrangements are expetced to be an important factor ia keeping the C a t a M n a at Wilmington. Wilmington business leaders have indicated they will fight any attempt to take the big New Chief \ Directing i? · ' · · · · · Jbairview (Continued From Page B-l) Mesa police department ind the hospital management it- seU are in the Held. The state investigators sought * a p p r o a c h " to the "joint probe Bribe Count Dismissals. Sought by 6 Six former officers of the California AkohoEc Beverage!acres. ship out of their community The 1«M in question was by DWP in 1957 for expansion of facilities [or the harbor stean electric 1 generating plant. j Five acres now are used as an auto park operated by Charles Mendeg on a month- to-month lease which win be terminated April 30 ia favor of a long-tern lease with the harbor department at a higher course. They said the investigation "will take some time" but will be completed "as expeditiously as possible," The in-hospital investigations are aimed at disciplining persons responsible for mistreating p a t i e n t s . The "outside" probes wfll seek to fix criminal responsibility by referring findings to the Orange County Grand Jury. The attorney g e n e r a l ' s men, however, wiTJ report directly to Window Christian, chief of the Health and Welfare Agency, which supervises the State Department of Mental Hygiene. Fairview. opera tang CPoCrc* AdvtrtUcntnil rental and for three additional E L E C T ARTHUR D. to Your Schoof Board JL AUOW TEACHEU . TO TEACH X ISTA1USH SOUND HADING -p^ y MOGtAUS IASIO OK tD ~* Control Board, five of whom' worked ia the Long Beach office, Wednesday asked Superior Court Judge Roy Raycraft to dismiss the bribery and c o n s p i r a c y charges against them on the grounds of insufficient evidence. Judge Raycraft took the motion under submission and indicated he would rule on it today. The defendants are charged with accepting payoffs of from $50 to $300 from bar owners over a 6-year period. A $r« Q t*r raTTenci ·· In jnriduo! frtejen oajrtipetiijttnfy--GJL George F. Reinhard School Board. LB.U.S.D. VOTE TOMOtlOW. AMtl S Accetmrt erENto kt n* m n urr MOUTH I A I N f r i n I I I M. insured savings Save more and earn more with the First Federal where your savings ore insured .to" SI O.COO.OO. A Certificate efinsurcnce profecfin'g your savings cgainst loss by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation, an instrumenfolity of the United States Government, is printed'in The inside^over of our passbooks. It en- plains'how each savings account is insured.' FEDERAL (ps/ J SAYINGS 4SE X. r IR S T and P I N E ,,££#,,, 135 E. OCEAN AYE. AJ Or «iv EMraici EARNINGS PAID 4 TIMES A YEAR PHONICS ' WOK FOX LOCA1 SREC- TIOM OF TOTIOOU Lenis Wright, 55. of 3626 Pacific Avt, Long Beach; Warren Johnson. 41, of 9502 M-EVAlUATf oui ABUtf MuHer St. Downey: Stanley - · 7\ EDUCATION rtOGKAU jL rtQUOTE INOiriDUAUSkl : / VS.THI crouf Ten Yet. for .' ARTHUR D. GUY . It · tot* for letttr Edicotio* for Onduldm IEKTI tor IATTEITT Lewis, 48. of 5712 Wolfe SL, Laiewood; Oriin Carter, 57, of 5219 Ebell St. Long Beach; Robert Rinehart, 41, of 6130 Wentworth St. Long Beach, and Arthur G. Oswald, 45, of 9941 S. Center SL, Orange. I 1 I f/iom'Bdi((f Oiocfe I Pizza Presto! Fresh dough, ready to go... with zcsty Italian-style sauce Refrigerated, ready to bake. Pat out the dough, spoon on the sauce. to taste. LOOK FOR THE RED SPOON IN YOUR GROCER'S DAIRY CASE CELEBRATING the OPENING of our NEW STORE at FLORENCE STATE, HUNTINGTON PARK i«!/, * s ~*^ ^-.·-·^ ·* c PROGRESSO TOMATO JUICE " S U P E R - R I G H T " Q U A L I T Y G R A I N - F E D S T E E R T-BONE or PORTERHOUSE STEAKS TOP SIRLOIN ICIt- uss li' FILET MIGNON TEIDER LOU 1 lit 89 ft. FAXMH JOHN STONUSS FUJI Pork Sausage Links CATN JOHN ROIEN Seafood Dinners fast . KACSOCXlt^t. 53 C1T HIETIEt PEACH HALVES. (8LOTV SLICED BEETS.. SUNNYFIEID TOP QUALITY BUnER Mb, pkg. Chuck Steak : - IT 59 ( Round Steak ^ 79- Sirloin Tip i- 89- Top Round ^ 89* Rib Steak '·- 89^ Spencer Steak ^ II 9 N.Y. Cut Steak II 9 Cross Ribs Garden Fresh Fruits and Vegetables LETTUCE Chuck Roast 7-Bone Roast Rump Roast Clod Roast Rib Roast Stewing Beef «^ 79 53- 79'» 83^ atusa m LARGE CRISP HEADS 19' FANCY ALL-GKEEN ASPARAGUS KLEENEX TISSUE* 4~95 Yong Tender 19^, U. S. NO. 1 RUSSET POTATOES 10-39 6 FANCY BUTTON MUSHROOMS Vj-Dry Prat Smoked Butts - 69- Sliced Bacon -o 49- Bacon £% 2n«.98* AftP'S GROUND MEATS Ground Beef.... 39» Ground Chuck .. 59» Ground Round ..69'* AP FINEST QUAUTY Cream Style or Whole Kernel C O R N EGGO WAFFLES 2^25 m rum STRAWBERRIES I-Ib.Plg,...29c 19 NOW ON SALE! VOL. 1 POWIAI SCIENCC MAGAZMt NtW VOLUME ONE 1 only. Encyclopedia of Popular Science for Young People KebsBoyiAadGrli BaadABcieKaowWwM leirft Host VM Mjeeti MANNING'S BAKERY SPECIAL Cinnamon Rolls 'c 31 Uinr»e Stor* O«Ty NALLEY BEEF STEW i$*x. en 39' GH Insl. Coffee Saran Wrap* 2Af,29' I" Tiarv nun mat sat JO-bctfcl 12-d. Insf. Coffee Peanot Baiter sent a 33' 95* 55c Crackers Bread Peanol BoHer Tea Bags Pizza UIUUUUX Trlltstlmi uuat 14. rti- 14. lul 101 ML far 27' 55c Jin nrtnaa sat 25* 49' 69* F/fa»t tfftetnr* Tkvrv, M, Sol, 1 SnL, AprB 4, J, 4 17 4243 3426 5116 Woodruff E. Seventh E. Second Lakewood Long Beach Long Beach True.'! IMrm tutTKl M tn -- 8 T-tb. , li CHIP; M caa uuuoc a t*cnc TU coutwr. ML umui HmuKi toe* maaua cm ns«

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