Independent from Long Beach, California on May 23, 1957 · Page 55
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Thursday, May 23, 1957
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Z 5 . limn. M«r 21. Ifl7 Troop 628 Installs New Brownies Brownie Troop 628 of St. Cornellus School In the Burcham NelEhborhood recently held an o '', lcr '""P members are Glnnctt, Candy Kllkcr and Val- erle McCarthy. Sojat, Joan Starr, Christine Stott and Vickie Tlcrl. Native Daughters of the Gold Invpstltiit-n c P r e m o n v New Kathlcen Conner. Christine Kip- en Weal presented a flag of the Investiture c e r e m o n y . New^ pnUy McEnu , tyi TclTy United State! to Troop 628 and llrownlcs received Into the troop Moore, Sheila Qulnn, Karen Rob. Instructed the s-lrls In the proper Included Kathryn Gibson, Knthy.crtson, Linda Schultz, Terese use of the symbol. Following the ceremonies, the girls served refreshments to their families. The lender nnd co-leader of the troop are JImes. Barbara Tlgrl nnd Helen McEnulty. Roosevelt presents 11th Spring Concert The music · department ' of noosevclt Junior High School presented Its llth spring concert Tuesday ' evening In the school cnfetorlum. The program Included selec- tlons by the bond and orchestra, directed by Bernard J. Rockwell; nnd the boys nnd Klrls Rice clubs,' directed by Hlchnrd Snmlgrass. . ULTKA-MODKUN or AN- TIQL'E -- to sell or buy, Classified Ads do It for you, Call HE 2-5959. Improved Water Service Forecast "A yenr-arouml boost In ter pressure and reasonable fire Insurance rates would bo ! nured to approximately 50,000 residents of the Lakcwood-Lo.i Altos areas of Long lleach by the waters' development program of the Lone Beach Wa. tcr Department." This was reported Wednesday by Albert G. Davis, general chairman of the Citizens Committee for Water Proposition. The program Is to h« submitted to Long Beach voters at the June 4 municipal elections. No tax Increase would be need- ed to finance the $6,844,000 worth of water projects, Davis said, · · · · COST or THE program would be paid for out of revenues of the self-sustaining water department. "The advantages of the pro. cram," Davis said, Include; Water pressure would be boosted In the areas between Carson St. and Del Amo Blvd. from Clark Ave. to Bellflowcr Blvd., and between Clark Ave., and the San Gabriel Hlver from Cnrson St. on the north to Spring St., Palo Verde Ave., and Athcrton St. on the south and west. Seven new water storage tanks would be erected at the Alamltos Ucservolr to Increase cltywlde storage to 121,000,000 gallons, equivalent to a three- day demand for water. Tills Is one of the principal requirements of the Board of Fire Underwriters for favorable fire Insurance costs, he said. · · · · A 24-INCH feeder main would be put on Palo Verde Ave. to connect with the present 30-Inch line on Stearns St., coming from the elevated storage of the Alamltos Heservolr. Nino collection mains would bo laid south of Carson within the areas now served within the arena served by the Lakewood Water and Power Company--the facilities of which would bo acquired by the city. These mains would carry additional well water to a new 10,000,000 gallon basin nt the treatment plant, Spring St. and Redondo Ave. so that more local water can be utilized. This water Is cheaper than that water bought from the Metropolitan Water District. Purchase of the Lakewood Jewish Community ,', Picnic Scheduled . · . June 9 Is the date chosen for the fourth annual picnic of the Lnkewood Jewish Community Hellcloiis School. It will be held at Hccreatlon Park. Seventh and" Xlmeno, Long Beach. Daw-bull, games and races have been- planned and prizes will be awarded. Each family is to take lunch ' .and go to the park nt 10 a.m. Ice cream will 1» furnished and soda and coffee will be sold. company's Long Beach holdings would give the department val- uablo ground water rights, 10 producing wells nnd li',350 mo- tered services. · - · - · · * · · · ·"· ··· MINK STOLE GIVEN FRIDAY NIGHT, MAY 31st I Pick up ond dtpoiK y«ui tlcktti by 7 p.m. Friday, May 31 it a* any Lokiwood Triangle nor* and you will b« quollfltd. Deposit at many ticlitrt ai you can and Incroan your chancoi to wlnl You MUIT dipoill your llckoli by FiU Miy Jilt, . , . Thiy will fct void »Mir tint dito. WATCH FOR "MILLIONAIRE'S WEEK-END" ._^T* o '-:-· l^JL-RU.J:E.^:-:·:.¥.-:o^ii BETTER BUYS TO . at ROSE'S PET SHOP Be Kind to ANIMALS WEEK Ben Pearson 1-I.CM S.ULLAIO r-OK ' 4±^r CATS . . . . . . . . 39 FLEA COLLARS FOR . - ^_ DO.GS 49 ·"·"···"····*»········* mmmmmmmmm mmmmm ··· ···»·····*« DRY-BATH 65 S'/i-OZ. SIZE.. 16-02. 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