Independent from Long Beach, California on April 6, 1962 · Page 16
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 16

Long Beach, California
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Friday, April 6, 1962
Page 16
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P«g» A.I6--INDEPENDENT LH* tut*. OK. FM«I. *wti 4. INI APPLIANCE H U N T E K S watch Classified (or thing* they need. Low cost Classified Ads bring you these buy crs. Dial HE 2-5959 o start your ad today. SOUTHLAND SCKNE , Collisions Fatal to Motorcyclist, Motorist CONSTIPATED? try ffintb, ttiy-Miki INNERTABS HERBAL LAXATIVE tor prompt ntftf heiilr Sin H-tt linr Count A motorcyclist and a mo-" torist were killed in two separate traffic accidents Thursday, the California Highway Patrol reported. Ernest Glen Rowley. 38. of 1420 S. Wilmington Ave.. Compton. was dead on arrival at Physicians and Surgeons Hospital in Compton after his cycle collided with a car driven by Shizuka Kamci. 41. of 2471 Baltic Ave.. Long Ilrach. at · the intersection of Harcourt SWIVEL ROCKER LARGE SELECTION OF COLORS MFC, SPECIAL Constructed With Metal Bate. Poly Seat, Hardwood Frame Glued and Doweled E D W A R D ' S D I S C O U N T F U R N I T U R E 1639 E. Arfesia St. GA 3-0421 Street and Santa re Avenue. Albert R. Malone. 57. of 2020 Suana Dr. Palos Verdes, was killiJ when his car crashed hcadon Into a truck driven by Carlos Quintana, 23. of 529 Mac* Arthur Blvd.. San Pedro, on Palos Verdes Dr. E., near Sunnyslde Ridge. Malone was dead on arrival at Bay Harbor Hospital. Quintana was.not injured. Highway Patrolman B. G. McBride said Rowley suffered head injuries when he was thrown from his motorcycle into the street. The driver of the car was not injured. Wife Sues Singer NEWPORT B E A C H -Singer Harry Babbitt, who made the "Woody Woodpecker" song famous, was sued for separate maintenance Thursday by his wife of 28 years, Betty Kales Babbitt. Mrs. Babbitt alleges the couple separated BABBITT March 27 of this year. She lives here with their young son, Christopher. 14,at 5004 River Ave. In the suit. Mrs. Babbitt charged mental cruelty and sought $1,230 monthly support for herself and their youngest son. The couple was mnrried in St. Louis Nov. 17. 1934. They have three, sons, Christopher, Michael Jon, and Steven Gary, who is now in the Navy. Babbitt was a recording star in the 1910s when he was a member of Kay Ky- scr's orchestra. He had his own radio show on KNX in 1949. From a S10 a week shoe clerk, Babbitt started his own orchestra In St. Louis and later joined Kyser's orchestra as a top-billed vocal artist. Girl Kills Self DOWNEY -- A 16-year- old girl shut herself to death T h u r s d a y in her home. Police said the body of Brenda Kay Lik, daughter of Mrs. Mildred Lisk, 9234 Manchester Ave., was discovered at 11:45 a.m. when a younger brother returned from school. A note gave no reason for the suicide, officers said. Police said death was caused by a single bullet from a high-power rifle. Gunmen Rob firm COMPTON--Three sun- men robbed a Compton catering firm of $55 Thursday and fled after binding and gagging. three em- ployes. The employes of the S .4 M Catering Co., of C28 W. Rosccrans Ave., lost $14 of their own and a gold ring to the bandits. Compton Officer Howard Reeves said one of the bandits entered alone and at gunpoint forced Bernard Andrade Into a rear room with Catherine Rogers and Caroline DeMaio. The other bandits then entered and bound Andrade and DeMaio with cloth cords and gagged them with nylon stockings they had brought. The bandits told the Rogers woman to open the bottom half of the safe, but it was empty. They ordered her to ojcii the top half but she replied that only Armored Transport.Service had the key. She was b o u n d and gagged and all were warned to lie face down on the floor before the bandits fled out the front door. The DeMaio woman freed herself about 15 minutes later and tipped a burglar alarm which summoned Officer Reeves. REWARD If !)· loJ»-i«-W*itllH Mod- Ing Ihlt «d will vilil III* "·- ofi · 11111 · 9 M«lli»er.o«l Sh«p j»il«p«mJot III fix'* A.t, idt will t» r««orJtd by bii"9 obi. I* pintlin* Hit v«ry loltll ond tieilinf f«lie»i (or S p r l n ? «»d tailir. siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinniiuiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiMiiiiMiiiiiiiuiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiir O N C E - A - Y E A R PRE-INVENTORY Unit .1 j u r . w e set JMilc a well. In i l c j r our lloiu uf demon- sir^iKis. lU,r motlclt an.I rental returns, lleginnin£ loJa», w e it- n M t i i i i ^ i;rratly ruluuil prias on nrijans, pumn, Iclc- \iw'i\ ami Mcrin . . . N a x i n ^ \ up In JlOO! I'lin lo \ I M ( lluni|'litc)A lonij;lit. tint mo .Riniil SCQC* tl*rij Slirltl- 333 ·Mill III |lill .fluiil LOWREY ORGANS M.\V IIDIJDAV r.islo.-t- lo-ii|ay on;nn. «1lh mm- Jilcle percussion--clrastir inliiclinn! lllll.rXK I l O I . I D A V u i l h Iniilt-ln Lrblir t|Hiikci ?y«lrm--»avf JJS! lli:iilTA(ii: 19G1 luxuiy model In fniituood. \V.i« SI irT--now «nly JlOCTi! SAVINGS ON TV, STEREO AMI'f;X « u % t i i i iiii'pui;nt t'tito console, (ruilwood anil nuho£iny. Was $995--now $(?)} I'U.OT stcKii/AM-IM ijilni iliunii, rarljr American. One mil)'. \Vjs $720--now $5^ i-I: AM/KM ridni-r-tiMiii m lun!«me walnut. Now only TT -..^hTVffTfl IONITE -HI J- J- 135 E. 3RD-- HE 6-4296 E WtV» «li* ttfnttf · »Wf Ml««tl«« «f TV ·· Stcrc* »I!IM fcy ·"· r S . . ', ·' Ik* Mntrj't mnt rtiptcttJ ··nit. W* c»'r m»tl»i Ik* (tint. ; = . krt Ttill ftrglf* M »k«» yt« lit Ik* itti -- *i4 Ik* (ricn! ; = TT fr*m If p«rttk!r» !· m«ilr* 27' . . . iirtikl* k*Mi !· = r rftm-lillim titrt* ctnnlfi. : IHtllllinitllllllllllllllllllllllllllMIMIIMIIMIIIIIIMIIIIIIMIIMIMIIIMIIlllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMMIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIMIi' ! EDWARD'S FURNITURE Has Purchased the Remainder of prM, Thbmias Co. BANKRUPT MERCHANDISE.; Wei are closing out every ;item^mab room for a",Completely ne + w y fitie-of home furnishings in the F.. M.'Thomas Qo. iocationi 1639 E^ ArtgsicT St.. North'Long Beach. .'..-.Vjv.-V VALUED/. .BARGAINS GALORE . . . BUY NOW SAVE '. T? HURRY! 3-PC. EARLY AMERICAN SECTIONAL Large Variety of Colors. All Foam Rubber Cushions. AUTOMATIC Coffee Maker ^88 Famous Crana . S T15! 7-Pc, Dinette Large Var'cl · CO"" of Colors . . . 3O Electric Mixer Set 21 88 Complete Set . . Mattress Box Springs .38 88 Fully Guaranteed Electric Razor Skillet-Casserole Scatter Pillows \c i-Pc. Modern Bedroom Set Numerous "7Q 88 Finishes . . . . / O t-rc. FIUNCH rROVINCIAt. Bedroom Set In Cherry or Antique White Basket Chair Limited Quantity 195 Electric Blanket 14" TWIN '" FULL . . . . 18" 2-PIECE CONTEMPORARY LIVING ROOM SET SALE VALUE for BOYS and GIRLS The E a r l y American bunk bed ii jfurdy and qood looting. Complete with ladder and guard rail. MIRRORS All Types, Styles Sites Strict!* CloK-««t a r Recliner Chair ODDS AND ENDS LAMPS As Low As . . 2" SWIVEL CHAIR Hot Eiocllr Al Shown Diamond ' Solitaire j frtn Rings 29« 179^ Matching Earrings 79 C 17-JEWEL INCAILOC Men's WATCH All-Stwl 12' 5 » l EDWARD'S DISCOUNT STORE HOURS: 10 to 9 Daily, Sat. 10 to 6 - 1639 E. ARTEaiA ST. LONG BEACH OPEN SUNDAY for This SALE GA 3-0421 I

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