Independent from Long Beach, California on May 24, 1957 · Page 5
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 5

Long Beach, California
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Friday, May 24, 1957
Page 5
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. r,u. r , M.r n, itir · INDEPENDENT--Pagt A-5 A V I I O X SCIIULTZ open Monday Friday nights till 9 ary IN FEATURE ROLES Four bovs from St. Luke's Choristers, who will dance minuet In Mozart's "Bastion and Bnstlenne" Convert nt St. Luke's Church parish hall today ami Saturday nt 8 p.m. are (from loft) Steve Carey, Dap Lane, Leslie DoLong and Bill Hanna. 60,000 Carpenters in New Wage Pact . Lone Ucseh-nrcn carpenters' union members arc among 60,000 carpenter* who will be affected if a "tentative agree- mcnt" reached In Los Angeles Thursday on a new five-year contract becomes permanent, A spokesman for the District Council of Carpenters, AKL- C10, sntil the agreement culls for an hourly Increase of iEli cents for the first your and 15 cents for the second year. The agreement followed bargaining with building contractors' groups after expiration of the previous contract April 30. BASK RATE for carpenters In the area Is now $3 an hour. Spokesmen for the carpenters said that the five-year contract, .as agreed on tentatively, could 1* reopened at the end of two years for renegotiation of VtllKCS, Contractors' c r o u p s would make no statement other than to say that an agreement had been reached. Ncgotlatori reached the tentative agreement at 3:30 a.m. Thursday after all-night negotiations at the . Ambassador Hotel. Officials of the Los Angeles nulldlng Trades Council said, t h u t agreements are hoped f° r ! noon for the other basic trades --the laborers, Icnmstcrs, operating engineers and cement masons. the carpenters agreement would have a far-reaching effect In the entire Southwest. "The precedent and policy la set here for Nevada and Ari zona as well," he sidd. "They follow the pattern here. Callfor nla contractors go to those .states and do a lot of their work--even so far as New Mexico." 2,700 Killed in Rising '.BUDAPEST UT -- The Hun gcrlan government announced 2,700 persons were killed In the anti-Soviet* uprising last year i"H more then 20,000 were \. .Hilled, MANAOKMKXT groups represented at the negotiations are the Associated General Contractors, Home Duildcra Institute, Excavating and Grading Con- .tractors Assn. and the Bullrtine Contractors Assn. Edward OToole of the Build- Ing Trades Council predicted Paid Molt of the Bill After a three-week itay n ttho hospital, eolnj home was mad* *o pleasant Blue Crou paid most of the bill. I paid only Incidental*. 0. C. ROBINSON modern contemporary SOFAS and CHAIRS One of California's finest Custom Furniture Shops joins with Aaron Schultz to bring you this Great Value Purchase of HIGH QUALITY Upholstered Furniture for our 33rd Anniversary Sale . . . at tremendous ONCE-A-YEAR SAVINGS! ');. TWO OUTSTANDING EVENTS 1 2 There arc just * limited number of these handsome contemporary sofas (featured above) . . . custom constructed with l O O o foam, 1-pc, reversible cushions. SAVE $110 249 95 Reg. 359.95 Req. 384,50 NOW 289.95 Rag. . 159.95 ea. Now 119.95 ea. , , Everything you desire: Simple, modern transitional lines . . . beauty, comfort and a saving! of 110 dollars. Style is current but fabrics discontinued. A variety nf colors and patterns. Just one or two of a kind. Immediate deliver)'. . . ... A Special Collection of Chairs, Sofas and Sectionals. Here is a seldom in t lifetime chance to enhance the beauty of your home with Real Custom Quality Pieces . . . at awesome Anniversary Savings! Brand new pieces made by this manufacturer and photographed for their fall and winter 1957 dealer's brochure. Tins group was specially purchased by Aaron SJmlU to be sold at fabulous savings to you. . . . THIS IS A ONE-TIME EVEffT as all pieces are running numbers and will be sold later jn the year at regular prices. These sample pieces are just ONE-Ol'-A- · KIND in covers displayed THl! SAVINGS ARE BIG . . . THE QUANTITY LIMITED . . . WE RECOMMEND YOU COME IN RIGHT AWAY TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT. terms? tratle-ins? of course! L 2 PCS. * Req. $775 NOW 599.95 3 PCS. Req. 629,95 NOW 659.95 Req. ? 14.50 ea. NOW 159.95 ea. 8 PIECES FOR THE PRICE OF 5 BRONZE METAL Dining Set Virtue Bros. including FREE 2 EXTRA CHAIRS PLUS 14 95 STEP STOOL Regularly $145 Tamily Size? You bet ... and nothing so RIGHT for the growing family: Huge five-foot table with leaf, 6 comfortably padded, contour styled chairs in scuff-resist Plastic Upholstery and in addition, at no . extra cost, » matching 14.95 step stool. A FULL 8 PIECES. Wood Grain Micalite Table Tops, . . . 4 Fashion Bright colon from which to choose. . , . Deluxe, lifetime btonre metal «nd brass. A fabulous 145-dolIar value for only 99-33. This price lasts only as long as the shipment, so come in for yours early. odd only 6.67 per month to ' your account Now for the First Time at Price you can Afford 100 NYLON CARPETING INSTALLED WALL-TO-WALL 1Q45 For only I 7 a MONTH That's the price for the average 40 yard purchase, only 19.45 a month. Imagine you can have the average dining room, living room and entry installed wall-to-wall with famous Du Pont Nylon with extra heavy padding, tacklcss stripping, icwing and all labor costs fot just 340.00 on easy monthly terms. Popular Frieze Weave, Twist Textured Pile, Rubber Locked Tufts, Heavy Jute Backing . . . and 8 exciting NEW COLORS: Malibu Beige, Burnished Gold, Palmetto Green, Parchment, Highland Green, Aqua, Silver Grey and Nutria, ,. , SKop If Corpiti Rlfht In Yovr Htmtl Too bur to ihop? Tlitn Id . Ajron Schulli come to you with ihcir wonderful "Jn Your Home" arptt Mnke. Jim clit! GArfidd 7-5451 nd in Aimn Sdiulti rcprr- jrntitivt, ind hi! wiRon filled with limpid will oil it your horn; . . . it mikfi cirpct idnlion »!?! AAR NSCHULTZ main store 4321 Atlantic, Long Beach Visit our Economy Store, 5170 Atlantic, Long Beach, and our Orange County Stons, 301 W. Center, in Anaheim

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