Independent from Long Beach, California on July 29, 1957 · Page 5
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 5

Long Beach, California
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Monday, July 29, 1957
Page 5
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ALL IN' A DAY'S WORK! Classified Ads sell, rent, find, notify and announce every day in the year. Dial HE 2-5959 to Jet the whole town know what you offer. it takes f to " Two can Ic.irn to dance for the price of one at Veloz Y o l a n d a ! I.earn together . . . dance together . . . have fun to- pcthcr! Don't make nnolo- pics when t h e y play a samba or tan;o! I.carn die c.isy economical M a s t e r Kc)' method . . . and by t a k i n g a d v a n t a g e of t!ic 2 lor 1 special rates t h i s week only . . . Call today for your appointment . . . PHONE HE 2-6947 205 E. BROADWAY THE MAYOR GETS A KEY This mammoth key inscribed "Key to the Southwest California Locksmiths' Conference" was presented to Mayor Raymond C. Kealer (second from left) by Grant Kinman, (at Healer's left), president of the California Locksmiths' Assn. The association's first convention concluded here Sunday. At left is Leon Kotch, director of locksmith operations at Yale . Towne Mfg. Co., and at right is Mrs. Lee Rognon, executive secretary of the Associated Locksmiths of America, Inc. Composer Dies as Quake Hits MEXICO CITY (L'.R)--Popular] Barberis had ;'ust finished his composer and pianist Alberto^ final show for the night at the Barberis. 41, s u f f e r e d a h e a r t ' Capd n j g h t d u b in the HQtc , a t t a c k and died enrlv Sundav at (he height of the earthquake Re S is whcn the 1 uake h i t Ho which s t r u c k the city. I collapsed and was rushed to the Central Red Cross Hospital. He was dead on arrival at the hospital. INDEPENDENT--Page A-B l.n, ItfKh, Ccllt., M.n., July 3», 1957 Wisconsin Primary ! Poll Today | MADISON, Wis. W--Wiscon-' !sin voters today will nominate their candidates for the seat of i the late Sen. Joseph R. Mc- .Carthy (R-Wis) in a primary election that fs in sharp contrast to those engaged in by the controversial Senator. , Sen. McCarthy and his fight i against communism in govern- ] ment and his disputes with! many people in high places were; the center of interest in the' 1952 campaign when he won the GOP nomination and re-elec- 1 tion. In contrast, there is little' mention oE McCarthy and h i s : policies in the present campaign; in which seven candidates seek the Republican nomination nnd two seek the Democratic spot.; The special election to n a m c i McCarthy's successor will be Aug. 27. The primary appears to be a test of so-called modern Republicanism as exemplified by President Eisenhower's Republican administration. STORE-WIDE SUMMER CLEARANCE hundreds of summer-fresh SUM PANTS SUITS SKIRTS $ CAPRIS *5°° 50 Values to 17.98 00 JACKETS $^50 $£00 Values to 7.98 116 E. Third, Long Beach HE 2-4193 Open Fri. Mon. 9:30 A.M. to 9 P.M.; lues., Wed., Thurs. Set.. 9:30 to FREE PARK SHOP We've Been As 1 Bees. World's Largest · e **k r *-~M° re ^ m ^0 Stores Caast-ta-Coast _, Vj^ J You W° oe Bgrk*d§ 2-iri-l Folding TRANSISTOR Refrigerator 50c DOWN SOc A WE£K SOc DOWN SOc A WEEK 3 to each set for Comfort-padded (tetrt and back in No tubes to break or burn out! 5 gi zes . . . 18, 26 and 36-ounce, red, yellow or gray. Chromo Uses transistors that will last for Each ono a different color. Com- plated logs. Non-slip · rubber* life. Guaranteed 1 year. UBBI pUto with fee-through covers* treaded stops. lona-liie bat Uriel* priced extra. While they last. Portable All-Metal AZTEC MELMAC® Steri-Lite Plastic SOc DOWN SOc A WEEK TABLE 53 pc. Dinnerware TUMBLERS * 61" 29c i SOc DOWN SOc A WEEK fnJk!. % , « fr 3 '° 6 ° "inb"" «1°TM '» « ch " Itt f''" nC9 ""·««"·««'·'· non- rnchu. Seals B people. For par- comp i. l( , , ervic . Ior 8 . BreaJc . te»e, washable Jumblor. for nlaid Jon'"' gam "' =h "»"*· chip-resist and crack-resisl " er y ""·No mail or phone or- plaid top. r dera on this ilem. 24 pc. Plastic Portable All-Steel "PURPLE COW" SET Fan-Circulator Condiment Set IN HANDY CARRY-CASE SOc DOWN SOc A WEEK 9 : WHILE THEY IAST! 59c Icd«n end lor . ! I -- STORE HOURS -DOWNTOWN LONG BEACH Open Monday and Friday Evenings 'til 9 P.M. Phone HE 6-9243 LAKEVVOOD CENTER Open Mon. - Thun. - Fri. Evei. Phone ME 3-0727 Your Family Can LIVE BETTER FOR LESS you do ALL you Shopping a$ You can serve your family more of the finest foods and give your budget the advantage of consistent savings by shopping at Jim Dandy! Because we buy in large quantities and the cost of our merchandise is less. This is the reason you'll find low prices throughout our store . . . every day of the week! We offer a wide variety of guaranteed foods . . . foods that make menu- planning easy and every meal a nutritious feast, See for yourself how your family can live better for less . . . bring your entire shopping list to our conveniently located stores! Tha family will jmile when you put one of those wonderful Jim Dandy "BONDED" St«*lc» on your table! Just wait 'til they taste its delicious flavor . . . its juicy goodness . . . its tempting tenderness--for these «r» not ordinary iteaks, they art Jim Dandy "BONDED" Steals. Cut from fint quality U.S.D.A. Graded Choice grain-fed steer beef. Precision-Cut Ground Round Enjoy Jim Dandy's famous precision-cut Ground Round . . . Precision-cut Into tiny, tender, individual cuts of the very finest U.S.D.A. "Choice" Steer Beef . . . BONDED by Jim Dandy. It's not bruised or mashed at with ordinary grinding methods, «o you won't get that "or limp hamburg" flavor . , . Loaded with natural flavor: . . . You'll never again want any other kind! Tender, juicy, lean rounds, cut thick from U.S.D. Grade Choice Steer Beef "BONDED". Swiss Steak Tender, juicy, lean rounds, i Beef "BONDED". Rump Roast A truly delicious roast .. . "B Sliced Bacon A truly delicious roast . . . "BONDED". Makes an outstanding Pot Roast. Ib Dubuque Mijliuippl. Alwayi tweet and lean. Frlei to i rich golden hue. First of the Season . . . truly sweet Thompson seedless grapes. Fresh from Sun drenched Arvin. Large, sweet ripe clusters. Quarts Laura Scudder'j . . . Mads of "Farm Fresh" ingredient!, blended in just ths right proportions . . Soft-Were $159 SOUP MIXES CHICKEN HOODIE or I 3 oSoN TOMATO VEGETABLE) 41 e BEEF VEGETABLE \2TM ( 35c _«r OHIOH SOUP j 35c GREEH PEA ) 31c L I P T O T E A TK£ A^sxr* TEA Cream it witti Pream 3k | EEECHNUT STRAINED ' I Downyflake Waffles ,« 15c Frozen . . . Ready to tervi ... Just pop lnt» tht tonter. Mb. 43 c L I P T O TEA BAGS 8820 S. SEPULVEDA BLVD. 1001 S. LA BREA AVI. Limit Riglltl RtwrveJ--Sllei Tax Adde^ lo Taxobla I ferns PRICES EFFECTIVE MOM., TUES., WED.--JULY 29, 30, 31 "4100 ORANGE at CARSON, LONG BEACH 2214 ATLANTIC at HILL, LONG BEACH 2056 PACIFIC at WILLARD, LONG BEACH 2 4 9 1 1 So. Wistern at Crinshaw, Lomita

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