Independent from Long Beach, California on April 5, 1962 · Page 56
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 56

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, April 5, 1962
Page 56
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P S Z S iNP lM« 4M tart. tut I. I HI j · · · · ·WMIIl »I|H t*«U- i · · .. :TUX : RENTALS City Adopts Inq Lundh Vending Law to Give P-T.A. Talk A 1-akewood city ordinance °i restricting vending truck op-! eratlcnj near schools will go Into effect April 27. The new ordinance prohibits street vending within f 1.000 feet of schools and pub- buildings, and restricts · *TOAKiT.Dni«»«uiuw« · vendors to five-minute stops · · · · · · · T O 7'Tol5.....,k ,,( j rc ater distances. K E G B E E R ICE COLD ' 7V4-Gal. Keq UKtwooD ctNiir. Fftt Delivery 'til ,1 r.M, Ronn's Clik Liquor Binktatilurl CA jnil an'ntd tn linit fnr KAXTIIR.' NPAV SUMMF.R COTTON DRESSES " B r i g h t Smiles Open Doors." will be them" of Buffum P-T.A. meeting Tuesday at 9:30 ajn. in the auditorium. Ina Lundh, health educator for the school disttict, will tslk or. dental health, the clre club directed by Janet Groh. will sing and kindergarteners \vill present program. Frisk Frank Gcorhe. .supervisor of audio-visual services for the school district, will talk at meeting of Prisk P-T.A. Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. in the auditorium. Millikan Millikan P-T.A. will have its annual rummage sale Monday and Tuesday in Roger's Rummage Room. 1152 Pine Ave.. from 8 to 4 p.m. Tomorrow, students who have contributed to the rummage drive will be allowed to wear informal clothing for the day. Mrs. James R. Estcp Jr.. new president. Will attend the CCPT convention in May. Mrs. Homrr Chcsnut will serve as her alternate.' Mrs. R.M. Bellah will represent the Council at the convention. ·16411-12 Btllfloutr BliJ. -- in Rtllflouer ·Phniir 'lOnty (-tllt ·Tart lift · Sites thru IB . » R e q . 14.95 Values S 6 Duron d Gimhfil ( «lloi BLOUSES Reg. 5.95 C Dainty, Crisp "* Styling FASHIONS ASK FOR TOUt FREE IOWLING rASStSl ·4140 WOODRUFF at CARSON AMflt FREE PARKING MERirARD * l A T - A W A V S IHVItCO HA 1-6382 GIRLS' S LIL 1 RUFFLED f BLOUSE The d feminine Home ill i piih idorc. Now in tiui 7 to M for Jtxjng j o p h i l t i - «te5. Fine ecmhed cotton in jjleiming *hite.- Devotion Hours jof St. Pancratius [ Rev. Daniel Kiclty. pastor, jof St. Pancratius Parish, hasj i announced that Forty Hours! 'Devotion will take place a t ] the church from Sunday to. | Tuesday, April R-10. | i Devotions will open with; 'the celebration of a High Mass 1 Jon Sunday, April 8th. at 12:151 ;p.m. and will close with a i illish Mass on Tuesday, April' 10. at 7:30 p.m. ' Father John C. Kccnan. of; the Catholic Welfare Hurcau) , in I-onc Beach, will deliver i the jcrmon'at each of the I evening services. 7:30 o'clock. , Parishioners are reminded that i Fr. Kecnan i« also conducting! the Lenten series of sermons r at Mass every Tuesday at 7:35 ; p.m. ; Other Lenten services be, ing held in the parish at thi5 ! time are thn Way of thf Cross 'which takes place each Fri jday at 2:l. r i p.m. and again I in the evening at 7:30. Bene | diction of the flicsscd Sacra , ment is held at 3:30 p.m. on ! Sunday. HARRIS k I RA\K-I.AKFAX'nnn SHOPPINT. rrNTF. jYoung Republican i Group Identifies ; With Lakcwood , 1 Greater Ijkcwood Young, i Republicans has been ndopt-i rd as the new name for the | ! former Southern Communities! Y o u n g Republican Cluh.l President John Harper an nnunccd. "The new name was adopted to better identify ourselves | uitli the communities in which we are most active, [namely Lnkcwood and l^ke- wood Village, and L o n g n-irh areas hordcrins-jui the west and south of I.ake- .wood," Harper said. Membership Chairman Dill Carr announced plans for a drive to recruit new members from thcfo BOYS' SHOP 'BOTANY 1 SUITS FOR BOYS In elegant Black Worsted and Mohair 1h« drewiejt E«l«r suit · · AmtricJn rn«n, rxw Ivy sty'«d rd tiibrcd to pttteclion fur boys. Lustfoui, luiuriout ind dunbltl A vmtuM choice i;r Easter ind eveiy 'dress-up' occasion. Juniwj (6-U), Ctd'ls (IHO) , Students (3S-33 Regular, .37,95 .47,95 JUu i iroxJirfJ tNc« tf fniif in WvtUdt. ritttrn. fW ' s · TVrw l ; U'V (Tarfj 0»r ('.riHliactl ' « P./M. elegantly crafted, \vi|msilelv styled! DECORATORS GROUP hapsody j/tst 'arrived--to grace yoitr Contemporary lied room; --offering in any fine features! :"' Tawny lUillrrmit with aucnts of I'cvan -- Siuli * lovely pift for yourself ami your home, lilcpatilly crafted, exquisitely styled, map- niliicntly proportioned, Rhapsody will pracc your rooms with heau- ty and thrill you with a rich sense of wcll-bcinp. Truly a distin- puishcd furniture yet so reasonably priced. Rhapsody offers smh desirable, quality features as individually fitted drawers with full dovetail construction, full dustproofinp, accessory trays, shirt dividers, antique brass finish hardware, and patented no-tilt drawer pride assembly. The beauty of tawny butternut cnriihcd with a ten-step finish, hand rubbed to plowing lustre. .·(« X/KJMII in ficurr As * S|cirioii* Dnnlilr l)rr»rr will, .Mirrnr 1 7').'K» *.vf)rn»trr ("lir-l 1 I'J.'J.i · Full fir Tuinllril . Tl.Ti ·2.|)ra«rr ('ftlillimdr ·l'). l ).i .Is f/iiiirii in fipurc 11: · d fi Dual llrndlmnril .VJ.')."i · 2-Draurr * 72" 'I'riplr Mrr»*rr 'till, Kramril Mirror .... 229.05 -- fifiy Irian! YOU HAVE YOUR CHOICE OF BEAUTIFUL, PRACTICAL OPEN STOCK PIECES! it. H ;;j^ai^[(--I;") QUILTED 4-PIECE TWL\ Sleep Ensemble ^'()^V BUY ALL I PC'S.... V»n» (irt 7'ico Miillri'fupf--Ttrn lln.v Spring* \V'e piirthasnl the entire ^tock of liikinp from the manufacturer - i]uanlity is limited wi please luirry! ("nrnpletely quilted, insulation and quilled layers of (cited Huffy inltnn. Smooth toppctl for button-free inrnfort and rklily tovcrcd in damask tiikinp. ^'oti pet restful support from firm fmind.ilinn. llit: littl-filler nj;il;il(ir MAYTAG AUTOMATIC WASIIKK Fnjoy ibr frtMitM offrrrH hy this MAYTAG! Smile spirit, jutnmitn tmlirr with lint filter jptitnr. \\'.thrs ilmhrs frtsliff. «hilcr and scp.iMlfs Mirfjte lint frim \rvir pjrrnfnfs. M-..!cl I M With Tr.ule ·HARRIS FRANK-LAKEWOOD SHOPPING CENTERi MIX! V i r ..... t ,'f n..^ \t . . . «MII ilviw hull rritll . . . «r" n " ^" k ' pip '»iu^ tM lit [ f ) \ j ' s n r - NVf)\ - it RT INSTAi.i.AitON . ilelute «jflle hur jiMm -- 2 i x i r strips ind x mrtho.1. J.jprrt instillaton itv'fr r'"" 1 "- I "I"" «'f liHf rrinlint hoinf tiht inrn thf nilf-n. (Hn ihu m f t^i,e rf

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