Independent from Long Beach, California on April 5, 1962 · Page 68
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M » Z 5 Ik.!. AM. L IH; Rtcerd Breaker HOLLYWOOD (UPI) --"El Cid," breaking records it ex elusive ihowingi throughout the world's capitals, will be expanded to screenings in Sat Antonio, Tex, and Denver Colo.. In February. NOW EARN 4.75?» Sovt Softly. Conveniently, Profitably Hero ... With Insured Safety EQUITABLE SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 11104 Itllflowti UT l.llflow.t. Calif. TOrray 4-1744 Mali Office J4» long (tack Hid, L I. 'flesusc/'/arW Marshall Film The April P-TA. meeting of the John Marshall Junior High, will be held April 12 at 7:30 p.m. with Mrs. Nathaniel Harrises. President, presiding. Topic will be "Our American Heritage, Life and the Pursuit of Happiness." A film on "Mouth-to-Mouth Resuscitation for Respiratory Emergency" will be shown. Health Report One case each of epilepsy, scarlet fever and streptococcus Infection comprised the list of reportable diseases in Lakewood for the week ended March .21. sccording to QQU* ty Health Department On Track Squad Jim D. McCune, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. McCunc of 4206 Lakewood Dr., Lakewood, has been selected for City Lets Pact for'Water Main A J5.963 contract bis been awarded by. Lakewood City Council to Engineering Contractors of Bellflower, lowest of eight bidders, for installation of a 10-Inch water main in Woodruff Avenue between South and Camerino Streets. the high school track squad at Kcmpcr Military School in Boonville, Mo. Complete Hobby Supplies Train Repairs · Stamps Coins ·SHO 17830 S. CLARK-iEUFLOWER r»M. t~» Hf ATHW *1*l - JO MM. Oft* M*War t«r» SaturdtT » to * AWARD WINNERS Richard Manson, principal of Hoover Junior High school, congratulates Honorary Life Membership Award winners (left to right) Mmes. Giltxjrt Van Dyke, A. Estin Comarr, and Dr. A. Estin Comarr. --i -. wiMam):: ELE6.TRIC S H A V E R ' \' ^ - ' » ., .. "ANGLE i/ // / / SCISSOR- I'll / / LIKE SHAVING '-L-LL ACTION GIVES BEST SHAVING RESULTS Now! Sunbeam shaving ; edges arc Angled 11 Degrees and like scissor blades give a clean shaving action. EASY TERMS $ 9 HERBERT'S JEWELERS 122 PINE AVENUE HE 2-2232 Homes Pace Construction in Lakewood Residential construction accounted for'thc major share !of buildins activity in Lakewood during March. Preston L. Renison. the jcity's chief building inspector, ircportcd 71 permits were issued last month for projects valued at 3278,600. * * . * SIX NEW residences were started, with a combined valuation of SH4.500. Fifty- ht Lakcwoodcrs b e c a n iwork on expanding their homes, with additions valued (at 5107,800. Other residential [projects were four swimming i pools, $11.500; and one ga- I rape. SI.000. Permits were issued for three commercial projects valued at $13.600. * * * ft COMPARATIVE FIGURES show 53 permits issued last February with a valuation of $261,850; and 81 permits is'sued in March 19GI with a valuation of $240,450. The first-quarter activity this year showed 185 permits issued with a valuation of $893,650, as compared with 200 permits and $810,400 valuation In the first quarter of 1961. jScour Staff to Meet | The commissioner staff of the Lakewood Roy Scout District will meet at 7:30 p.m. today at Lakewood Village Community Church, Executive Gerald F. Bolts announced. NEW PORTABLE DISPOSALL NEEDS NO INSTALLATION · It't portable, ilortt onywhtr* entity. · Niedt no InDallotlon. · liva In on aparlmint? If you move, tale it with you. · Grinds up peelings, com tobt, hard bontl, all table scraps. Waihes them safely down drain to sewer or septic tank. NO MONEY DOWN ONLY $1.25 A WK. Scl bait In sink end scrap* Twlil en lep. Il loeVi quietly, Pluj In, turn en wotir. Ground in gerbogt. securtlf. partklet woih dawn drain. Iff j erberf's OPEN TOUR ACCOUNT TOD/ir Easy Credit Terms HE 2-2232 THE SHOE MART BELOW COST - MAKES NO DIFFERENCE: WE MUST REDUCE STOCKS II is not a matter of choice ... that compels the Drastic Sacrifice of this fine merchandise ... Wt are frank to admit... we bought too much merchandise ... And now are faced with the necessity of lowering our inventory . . . as quickly as possible . . . Therefore, this great Store-WId* Stock Reduction Sale is dedicated to the quick disposal of a great many thousands of dollars worth of this stock ... and no loss of profit will stand in our ·way ... This overstock must Hbe ... has to be sold. P R I C E m There will be no let-up to this sacrifice and to the price slashing . . . Until this tremendous overstock is turned into cash ... We have gone through this stock and cut and slashed prices with only one thought in mind . . . Sell this great overstock of merchandise . .. At c o s t . . . Near cost . . . Makes no difference . . . We reaiiie that low price alone Is the only thing that will accomplish our purpose quickly. ;WE MUST REDUCE STOCKSi Wt art facing a tltvatia. tkol ealti for Immidiati Selling Action and tk« 9«tck Dltpeiol of Approximately Half of this ttock. W« liatt mad* the lam* milfoil that many olhm tiatt mod, W* lougkf Toe Mock Merchandise ... At a reiulf. (kit store il literally packed wltk Ike finest mercfco.diie of Iti kind tbat »e could pottlbly procure. It bo now roolftd ItMlf Uto a case ef MUST REDUCE STOCKS IMMEDIATELY. . . . After taking Into co.tldtr. olioo the great lost that mar hate to be incurred !· disposing ef this overstock, we have decided there Is only one logical, sensible tklng to do. Place this Entire Stock on Sole . . . To the people ef thlt community ... At prices so low. the stock will Sell end Sell QUICKLY . . . let Ike merchandise bring what It will and the loss be what It may. National!/ Famous Name Brand Shoes Gigantic Discount This Sale Involves Every Pair of Shoes in the Store DOWN GO SHOE PRICES FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY No matter !r how far away you may live. It will pay you to attend this sale and buy every dollar's worth you can spare! . . . You can save the cost of the trip here... even on a small purchase... for the savings will be more than tremendous! MEN'S SHOES I MEN'S SHOES | BOYS'. SHOES | Children's Shoes Men's "Name Brand" Dress Shoes Rag. Prfco $12.95 Sale Price 8 Men's "Acme" Wellington Boots Reg. Price $16.95 Sale Price. 10 MEN'S "Famous" Jarman Shoes · Black · Brown Vaf. fa $16.95 Men's'Famous Brand' Loafers Vaf. fo $17.95 Sale Priced From.. 6 By HAWKEYE Men's 8" Lace Boots For Work, Hunting, Fishing Reg. Price $17.95 Sale Price-JJ il® Boys' "Name Brand" Leather Loafers Vol. to $9.95 Sale Price.,. 3 Boys' "Name Brand" 3'/2 to 6 Wellington Boots Reg. Prfeo $13.95 Sale Price-,-. Boys' "Heavy Duty" I Open Sundays Leather Sandals 9 to 3 Sale Priced From .., 110 A.M. 'til 5 P.M. Weekdays 19 A.M. 'til 9 P.M. Saturday 19 A.M. 'til 6 P.M. Boys'--One Group! School Oxfords 8 /3 to 3 Vol. to $5.95 Sale Women's Special Group! · Corduroy Oifordi end · Thong Sandals -- Amirlten mod. Rog. PrJco $3.95 Sale Price-r.. Men's Blk., Brown Work Oxfords · Nooprcno Solos ·Cushioned Insoles Sale Priced From. 8 Tennis Shoes and Oxfords For All Ik* Family Norn. Ire.dt Save | / up to.,. /*) Girls' "Easter" Dress Shoes Patent or Whlto Values fo $8.95 Sale Priced From * · · · · i $8. 3 Women's Shoes Women's Name Brand Dress Shoes in Tvnt ttr *Eultr H i Vol. to $29.95 Sale Priced From 6 Teenage Favorites! 'Twister' Side Tie by "Jarman" Rog. Prfco $15.95 Sale Price. 10 Men's 'W. L. Douglas' Deerskin Oxfords Crepo Soled Reg. Prfco $12.95 Sale Price.... 8 Men's "Name Brand" Engineer Boots Reg. Prfco $16.95 Sale Price. 11 Boys' little Buck" Crepe Sole Oxfords Te»s», lenf wtoring. Slst I'/i-I $8.95 Va». Sale Price... 4 Men's "House Slippers" Spatially Priced · Blue \ 49 ·Wine 1 America's Finest Footwear T* l« Sold et a Fraction l Its Wortkl · WAU.OYU · IOSTONIAN · JAIUAN · ROIUC · ACME · RID COOSI · KIDS · CHILD LIFE ·POLL PAIROT *JHS · MADEMOISELLE · NATURAL- RER · RED CROSS · TOWN k COUNTRY · NUGGETS · LIFE STRIDE · JOYCE · TKIU-THID · HOLLYWOOD S C O O T E R S · VELVET STEP. AND MANY. MANY OTHERS. Children's Brn., White Saddle Oxfords bt' Itnuil Hi. Grwtil $5.50 Ron. Prfco Sale Price... 97 Boys' Loafers Long Wearing Sizes 8'/3 to 3 Rog. Prfco $5.50 Sale Price... 3 Women's Famous 'Joyce Wedgies' Reg. Pr/co $12.95 Sale Price... 5 Women's Teenagers 'BoHor Flattie" Casual Shoes Vaf. fo $6.95 Sale Priced From... · · $6.9; 2 THE SHOE MART Watch for tho }"Salo5lgns" 11801 EAST CARSON BLVD. "ARTESIA" OPEN SUNDAYS 10 A.M. 'til 5 P.M. WEEKDAYS -- 9 A.M. 'ill 9 P.M." SAT. -- 9 A.M. Ml 6 P.M. ,

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