Independent from Long Beach, California on April 5, 1962 · Page 31
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IMA i «· i"» INDEPENDENT-Pagi C-7 CLAMOR PRIZES AT STAKE f.*. Can You Forecast H Oscar Winners? « t ''·: They'll be of (.and running here this weekend In the f.1562 Academy Awards Sweepstakes. 11 The Sunday Independent, Press-Telegram will print the plficUl entry ballot in Southland Magazine. Watch for it It could be your sweepstakes passport to glamor prizes. ' ;It is simple to enter. Merely forecast who will win the j major Oscars In' Hollywood » next week by-'writing it on » 'the official entry ballot. * * - » · · · ... -BALLOTS MUST be mailed in with postmarks no later than 6 p.m. Monday. Winners will be announced April 13. ' 'The sweepstakes, spon* sored by Long Beach theaters - - and The Independent, Press' Telegram, offers the follow^ ing awards: . First prize--for the closest ; Oscar forecast--A Hollywood · studio tour, dinner and pictures with a star and a gold' engraved pass for two to «U Long Beach motion pictures for one year. Second prize--A six-month pass for two plus studio tour · and dinner with stars. .. Third prize--A two-month pass, studio tour and dinner with star. · · Fourth prize -- For the 12 runners-up, one-month theater passes for two. YKJ ssy sssd allots as you wish, but the intry ballot will be printed only once--Sunday. Sweepstakes contestants will be predicting who will win the Academy Awards for best motion picture of the year, best performance by an actor, best performance by an actor in a supporting role, t e s t performance by an actress, best performance by SAVE-BY-MAIL ... AND EARN lUIUflT UTI Tl «rt n Kcrort. bil tm) i rttrt Witl* ta IflwUWt Sjvfifl tr4 Itm AuxirtM. 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Campbell, Polytechnic Hig School, Long Beach; Stanle. Price Massey Jr.. Bellflowe High School, and Ronald . Williams, N a r b o n n e Higf School, Harbor City. In Us 10-county electri service area, the firm wi award six four-year scholar ships. SO much more comfort- HILLS Mortuary MORTUARY · CBMETBRV THREE BEAUTIFUL CHAPELS FLOWER SHOPS* ROSE GARDEN . S MAUSOLEUMS'CREMATORY *£' RSE HILLS Mortuary located at beautiful... _ ROSE HILLS MEMORIAL, PARK *', '\ Endowment Cart Cemetery Established 1914 3900 Workman Mill Road. Whittier On* phent cilltortll ttnlcn OXford 9-O921 WOOLWORTH'S complete with Lovely Accessories To Crown Your Costume An Exquisite Little Hat Ftitlilnn pnrrhnnci / / of SOc or more may lie mnile on layaifaH, dry flutter of veiling 1 Velvet bowed birdcagt and many other charm-, ing styles. Black and new Spring colors. georgette scarves 59 C 2 for 1.00 18x72* rayon scarf drapes easily, beautifully. In white and solid or ombre pastels.- easy care white nylon gloves 1.00. A. 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