Independent from Long Beach, California on May 23, 1957 · Page 67
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 67

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, May 23, 1957
Page 67
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No Matter P 2 3 Z 5 INDlPfNDINT.Pf.I1I.TlllOI*M Ivan B**fh (C«lif.|,lhwri v M«y 3], Itl? To Place Your CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING IN LONG BEACH Phon* HE 2-5959 · . i ' ..,. , _y · IN ORANGE COUNTY Phon* LE 9-7747 · . j . IN BELLFLOWER Phono TO 6-1721 ·. · · IN LAKEWOOD Phono ME 3-0764 · - - . ' IN TORRANCE Phone FA 8-2040 Boys Sign in June to Play Ball Sign-up for play In the 10 to' 12-year-old and the nine years of IIKC and under division of the Lakcwood h o y s baseball pro-i Krnm will Ix- nt Miiyfair. Deli Vnlle, Sun Martin and Hollvar 1'iirks ut 10 a.m. June 1. A s|H'fi»| volunteers coaches Hireling will be at Mayfalr Park Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. to discus rules, policies ami other (pies lions on league play, I'resent plans call for 10, 1 and IL'-year-olds to play rcgula tlon hardball with rule varla Horn and diamond sizes helng modified .for » a f c t y reasons Games will be played with GO foot base lengths mid a 4G-foo pitching'distance. Among othe rule modifications will be the elimination of balk rules, hidden ball play nnd the addition of i free substitution rule. ' · · · » 110VS NINK years of HKC am under will use essentially the same rules as the older boys However, H larger and lighter weight 10-Inch liall will be Used and the pitcher will also throw overhand, I lose distance for the boys nine years and under will be 5j feet with a 38-foot pitch. Ing distance. All boys In the greater Lakewood urea are invited to attend the sign-up. Jack Huntsinger, sports director, s a i d no one would be disqualified from play because of luck o[ ability, Further information In re Kurds to either age group may be had by contacting the Lake wood Park, Recreation Park way District Office, GArfield 9-5981. Ol/GUBOYS · ^B^^ ^f^m ^^^pr TM - TM ^^^^ ^^ ^ · ^^^^^ 9812 East Artesia Ave. OPEN · BELLFLOWER Corner ARTESIA _ . ., _ _ and BELLFLOWER Blvd. DAILY 9 AM-i. 9 LAKKWOOD'S h o u s e w ivcs softbal) league will begin play lit 'J:30 a.m. Seventy women make up the rosters of the six teams and arc slated to sec action every Wednesday morning In the summer. Next Wednesday's action wll see the Starllgnts, couched b; Mrs. Itosemary Smith, meet th Jugglers coached by Mrs, Jack! 1 Edwards. V i r g i n i a Fischer coach of the Wild Cntr, will son her charges against \he Velio* Canaries, coached by Rebecca Wright. Coach Mrs. Laruc Armstrong'; Lynx meet the Clowns, coachcc by Mrs. Hetty Johnson. Tile league Is sponsored b the City of Lakewood us part ol the adult recreation program Further Information may be had by contacting the Mayfalr Park MEtcalf 3-41IK5, Extension 1.U Palsy Drive Opens Tonife A highlight of the 1937 "Golden Deed Crusade" of the Unitcii Cerebral Palsy Association ol Los Angeles County will be the community-wide canvass tonight from 7 to 9 o'clock. Announce- mcnt of the two-hour walk to r e c e i v e contributions from friends nnd neighbors was made today by Mrs. Frank Hart, chairman of Lakewood City, Volunteers will ring doorbells In every home so that the quota of 5400,000 will be met, accord Ing to Mrs. Hart. Praising her assistants for their fine cooperation, Mrs. Hart said, "What our generous com munlty gives In response to the call tonight will make the difference between a life of helplessness and a life of happiness to some child or adult." Funds raised during May for the organization support research, vocational guidance, education and medical treatment. Mr». Hart said that 75 per cent of the money raised remains with the Los Angeles County affiliate, wtlh 25 per cent going to National UCP for research] and educational progress. Brownies Fly Up to Scouts HrowTile Troop 175 enter talned rnnmbtn' parent* «l a pot luck dinner and fly-up ceremony Sunday afternoon. The fair, wa* held In the recreation bulldliiR nt Mayfalr Park. KollowInK dinner, the girls gave the Scout laws nnd the meaning of the emhlcm. Knell girl WHS presented with her Girl Scout scarf, world «ml Girl Scout pins nnd her wing*. A throe-foot cnrdtmnrtl cut out of a Urownlc was redressed In Girl Scout clothing. Mrs. Jeanne Smith presented the girls with tho Scout figure and a cake. The lenders, Mrs. Marie Culver anil Mrs. Hetty Lesher led i the glrli In the flag unlutc and i singing of the national anthem. The following girls and their parents were In Attendance: Klleen Coon, Uonnle Sue Lesher, Jonn Wlnsnlcwskl, Diane Coun- 'man. Linda Norton, Shnron Krcy, Joyce Powers, Charlcnc Maney, Carole, Smith, Linda Culver, and Nancy Putman. IJCT IT RAIN, let It ihlne. Everyday Is a sood day to use the Classified Ads. 50-Feet Drop LIGHTS Shock-proof handle. Metal bulb cage. 199 FISHING FLIES Your Choice of 430D Atit. 1! FOB 79 FAMILY SIZE UMBRELLA TENT SPECIALS... 9x9 or IQ'xS 1 ll'rt Rear Room 95 Side Room 39 13'xlO 1 95 All tents made of waterproofed canvas. Sowed-ln floor and rope-hemmed bottom, Metal (take loops. Hand.sewed qrommcfi far extra strength. Reinforced throughout. Mosquito netting doors and windows. All Umbrella Tents Sold with Either-CENTER POLE ASSEMBLY $4.95 EZY-UP POLES $9.95 OPEN A . r TOrrey SUN. 7 to 3 7-2063 TOOL BOXES New U.S. Amy. 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Test. 400-FT. 1500-FT. 29 C 69' 2'x6' .-... 2Va'x6 1 rx6'.... 4'xo 1 _ 5'x6' .... 6'x6' .... 7'x6' .... 8'x6' ,,.. 9'x6' .... 10'x6' .. 12'x6' _ .. 69e »85c _ 9 9 c , 1.39 , 1.69 , 1.99 , 2.39 , 2.69 , 2.99 .3.39 3.99 BAMBOO BLINDS Comp, with cords, puHeys fixtures. Indoori or out thiy can't bi beat for that cool, colorful Summer feellngl Experfly wo. van of '/i -Inch Inilda natural bamboo, they Ut the breeiei come through, keep out the hot Summer tun. HOODED SWEAT SHIRTS H.oyyw.lgM. D o u fa I o Ihlik hood. All.rt.d ·oion, AII iii.i. S-M.L. xu 2.98 SPORT CAPS Ir.nd N.w. All Sli.i. Ant. Colon ond K.g. 3fi ' 19 C WOOLEN BLANKETS N.w Ibi.l, L«rg. ill. l'2« 14). Eilri wirm. (0% wool. 2.99 MONOFILAMENT Ffching Line · DU PONT · Soft and Limp. ' 100-Yd. Spools. ·Mb 20e 6-lb 35c 42e 10-lb 46e 12-lb 53c 15-lb 43e 49c 25-lb - 99c 30-lb. .» 1.29 40-lb. 1.55 SO'lb 1.99 LEVI PEGGERS IVY LEAGUERS · Polished Cottons · 10*01. Denims · Chlni Cloth Reg. $4.95 Slus 26-42 YOUR CHOICE PENN REELS SAVE UP TO 40r* Reg. Sale # 85 5.95--3.99 #285 7.50--5.25 #160 9.00--6.30 £150 14.00--9.80 £ 60 10.50--7.35 #180 7.95--5.55 # 27 9.50--6.65 32 Others In Stock! PACK RACKS Designed for Carrying Extra Heavy Loads. 2.98 NEW ALL METAL 'V Trench Mirrors Two Sided. 29' WATERPROOF Match Case ?V Govt. Issue-- Brand New. 19' Canvas Wash BASIN New Army luue. Collapiible. 29' AIR FORCE PILOT PARACHUTES Brand New. 100% Nylon. 39 e AIR MATTR!SS Hitvy Jul/ vlKyl. Fuel. bra.f v«lv«. Full til* 2772., 1.99 MEN'S JACKETS For work or pl.y--N.w -Fully --Sli.i }o.4o. Cholc. ·f { colon. 2.99 U. S. ARMY SHORTS SHOVELS 69' pr, ZORI SANDALS Sliti to fit mtn, women · nd children. Chalc* of colon. For bceuri, y*rd, pity *ind ihewtr. Rtg. 1.7Y PLYWOOD plywoad 1.39 2'x4' PEGBOARD M.r.'t your h.n« fa a.t th.i. v.rntll, p.g '-otrd t (h. l.w- ii» prlc. ««tf, Full 24"i4»". · 59' QUARTERMASTER SPECIFICATION BARRACKS OUTSIDE WHITE PAINT ln..5 Gal. Lots.- Less Than 5 Gallons FLAT WALL FINISH REDWOOD OIL 1 39 HI-GLOSS ENAMEL ALUMINUM PAINT Gal. 1.59 1.99 1.99 2.99 2.99 100% WOOL SLEEPING BAGS Now Gat. 4 Wool Mummy log. Zlpp«r Frafft. ftovr. Cnt 10,10 2.49 G.I. WORK SHOES Br*nd n«w Gov'f Itiu* field ihooi f*m0uf for long woar and »*)iy torn fort. All «v«!liblo ili«i *t ono low prlc*t 2.98 NEW KHAKIS GonuliK Air Farta'.li- ii» mado t* rlqld Gev'r,' ipMlfltatlaiii. From tha (omoui lono woarlHf typo 1 Cklno ClolK, Coir Undo 43.25 dolt*. 2 - 5.00 100% NYLON CAR COVERS Mid. of Air Forco pr- ochut.i. L.rgo til. .p- pro.. I4'i2r. Won't icr.lch cir. 6.95 WORK PANTS AND SHIRTS R«cundition*d All Um«d «nd Irontd. All iliti tnd «olort. 2-1.00 ALL-METAL FOLDING TABLE Lara* 24"«oO". F»W« Compact. R*«. Il.tS Now--lit Qyallty 9.99 · TMck Iniul.tlon · Mi.) Triy · Drtln ·¥99 W JUNIOH Umbrella Tents U'Bterpnmrni. Complete with pnlM mid 98 SPARK PLUGS S«v» rtil mon.y *n t h . i . r.minufiturd 10,000 mil* quir.ntf.d plugi. Sll.l U l oil «n. 25L Pup Tents W«t«rproof«L Com* · plot* with polea Md ·take*. fUu fi'xl'. II rend new. VdM 198

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