Pasadena Independent from Pasadena, California on April 12, 1960 · Page 18
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18- PASADENA INDEKNDINT Totldny, April H, mo Easter Week Services Conducted The first of four noon services in observance of Easter Week was held at the Pasadena Presbyterian Church yesler- day. Dr. Charles L. Copenhaver, paster of the Oneonta Congregational Church is South Pasadena is the guest speaker during the week. His theme for the week is "The Parables of Jesus Speak to Us." Yesterday's sermon was entitled "This is How God Works." The Rev. Ganse Little of the Pasadena Presbyterian Church presided. Dr. Copenhaver will speak today, tomorrow and Thursday. The noonday services are held a 12:10 p.m. and continue until 12:50. The anthem at yesterday's observance was provided by the Junior Choir of the F i r s t Congregational Church directed by Ruth F. Banbury. JAMES HOPKINS . . . Wilson fellowship. ROBERT HOPKINS . . . Harvard bound. Pasadena Brothers Get Ivy League Scholarships Two Pasadena brothers today are making plans to at- fend Yale and Harvard Univer sities In the fall after being to study for his master £ de awarded fellowships. gree In music composition HEY CUUIGAN MAN!... CALL SY 3-8436 ... SEE, THAT'S NOT HARD CULLIGAH 990 E. WALNUT. PASADENA The brothers, sons ol Mrs Fred C. Hopkins, 1033 Rose Ave., are graduates of Pasadena High School. James, 20, was recently notified he has been awarded a Wilson Fellowship which car- it all tuition and year. In Quality Materials for Care Conditioning Your Home 1464 Lincoln Ave., Pasadena SY 7-1159 MU 1 6492 Mon.-Frl. 7:30-S P.M. Sat. 7:30-4 P.M. He will graduate from Unl versity of Southern California in. June, where he majors in music composition. He plan: while at Yale. Robert, 22, who has been granted a $2,000 scholarship ti attend Harvard, is now taking a post graduate course and is a teacher's assistant in chem istry at UCLA. In addition to the scholarship, he has been 51,500 in living expenses for a offered a Harvard teaching fellowship. Vital Statistics BROWN XWEUN PASADENA OUR 15th YEAR© ·PRESCRIPTIONS ·SICK ROOM SUPPLIES __ ·CHARGE ACCOUNTS 2 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS FOR FREE DELII/ERlf CALL SY 3-3121 64 S. LAKE SY 3-7126 531 E. COLORADO Licenses to Wed WALLACE-MOORE--Billy Shanda. 18 ! of 2434 N. Strozier. El Monte: Kan- cylou Sharon, J6, ol the same address. PARK-DEHETHE -- Ralph Waldo, 70, of J!414 Birch St., Alhambra; Jessie, 70. of Compton. BUCCARELLI-GREGORY -- Anthony N.. 27, of Pico-Rivera: Evelyn M. 20. of 11900 Lambert, El Monte. WALKER-HUNTER--Lee. 57. of 120 B, " irovia; Maxine Thompson lame address. FRANCOM-GLENN--Val Gene, 32, ol 7707 E. Fern Ave.. South San Ga brlcl: Rohenah Maxine, 23, of 1221 S Eighth St., Alhambra. MOORE-SLACK--James Thomas, 32, ol S73 Sunset Ave., Pasadena; Marior Delores, 38. of 717 Cypress Ave., Pasadena. HAMILTON - McSPARRAN -- Kichan Munuer, 32, of 19045 E. Alford St. Glendora; Alyce JS'adlne. 22, of 60( Ladera St., Pasadena. RUMSEY-WORMAN -- Vernon Forest 2!), of 24 is Rosemead Blvd.. E Monte; Evelyn Coral, 19, of 16715 Benwootl, Covina. IFKRIG-GLOEGE--Paul Gilbert. 29. o ] 8-A Hamptden Terr., Alhambra Nancy Louise, 28, of 1240 S. ilarenRi Ave.. Pasadena. Patricia Anne, 21, of 2222 N. Fair Oaks. Paaadena. ROGERS-FRANKEL -- James LaRue .i4. of 799 Idle Hour Lane, Sierra Madre; Winifred Louise. 32 of 1276',-i Himtinpton Dr., South Pasadena. BAlLEY-FORS--Joseph Edward. 24. of 2350 Roanoke Rd., San Marino; Marcla Kae. 21. of 10504 Key West Temple City. TODD-LEVASSEUR -- Murray Allison, 20. of 445 Palm Dr., Arcadia; Caro: \nn, 20. of 4328 VOEUO Ave.. Covina. RAJNEY-GREEN -- JucJt William. If), of 4231 Cutler, Baldwin P a r k ; Frances June, 21. of 4340 Merced Ave., Balthvin Parlf. MnKTJNE-FOWLER--David Lee, 13, of 501S Double Dr.. Temple City: Nancy Lee. 17, of 39 W. FjRueroa JJr., AI- ObniAN - CHALLONER -- Charles EHKha, 70, of 34] N. Marengo, Pasa- d e n a ; Bertha, 77, of the flame ad- COEKER-GOLDEN'-- Jnhn David. 2-1, of 135 N. Oakland Ave., Pasadena; Constance Joan, 22, of 2125 N. El Molino, Altadena. SHAVER-PALMER--Darelrl John, 24. of 110 S. Michigan Ave.. Pasadena: ~ ' " " 21, of 42S Redwood KEEP COOL THE EFFICIENT WAY! Call us right now to add air conditioning to your present heating unit. Fast, expert installation. All type units for home or commercial. FAST-DEPENDABLE-REASONABLE-PLUMBING SERVICE Serving Pasadena Since 1890 174 E. Union St. SY 6-2661; MU 1-6537 Azusa Council Acts on Duarte Related Items AZUSA--Throe items affect ing the City of Duarte have been acted upon by the Azusa City Council. The Azusa council members referred to the Planning Com mission Duarte's suggested La Gourgue chapel, Monrovia. amendments to the state plan ning act, designed to tighten on quarry oper restrictions atlons. On a complaint registerec by Duarte to the alleged clos ing of a street in the Fish Canyon area for the Heyden Seymour quarry, the Azusa city fathers decided to check with the County Engineer's office on whether Duarte's claim that the road is a public street it valid. The third action which found the two cities in agreement. The Azusa Council approved as Duarte had previously, plans for installation of a flood control channel In Van Talsel Canyon. Cops Get Lead, But Can't Use It BATON ROUGE, La.--UPI-Police in Columbia, S.C., re- olied promptly when Baton :louge officers asked them to hold a suspect, but it will be some time before the wanted man is turned over to the ..ouigiana officers. Have nformation t Ii a t 5onald Ray Borders resides at .515 Griss St., your city," the Baton Rouge police wired. 'Please detain. Warrant to fol ow." Columbia Borders lived there "and will do so for sometime." The iddress was that of the South Carolina State Penitentiary, police confirmed vhere Borders is serving from jx to 10 years. A. I. Mellenthin Funeral Held in Monrovia ARCADIA. Funeral services for Alfred I. Mellenthin, 75, organizer of the former First National Bank in Monrovia, who died Friday, were held yesterday at the Temple- Mr. Mellenthin, a resident of the Monrovia area for 40 years, had lived for the past 10 years at 935 Paloma Dr., Arcadia. He operated the First National Bank for some time and after selling his interest, became affiliated Bank of America. with the When he retired he was vice president of the main office of the Bank of America at 7th and Spring streets in Los Angeles. He was active in the Arcadia Congregational Church for many years. Surviving him is his widow, Fern Mellenthin; daughter, County Flood Control District Mrs. Thomas Kuchel, wife of the California United States Senator; brother, William Mellenthin, San Fernando Valley; sisters, Mrs. George Miller, Portland, Ore., and Mrs. George Storer, San Fernando Valley; also, a granddaughter. Too Many Girls to Purse-aveer URBANA, 111.--ff--Two University of Illinois coeds called at the police station to report thefts of their purses. It proved too much for Sgt. Al Konradt who listed compacts, lipsticks, small change, dentification cards; glass cleaners, etc. To Jill out the list on the police blotter, he added: 'And various other necessi- Jes of a woman's fancy." U.S. to Move Moscow Display MOSCOW -- DPI -- The jolden dome and glass pavilion if the American Exhibition lere last summer will have a new owner in May. The buildings and the grounds which were used for he American fair are to be itilized for a similar national exhibition of Czechoslovakia, day 3 to June 25. Obituary Notices I960 at his home, 315 loosevelt Ave. A native RAY W. JOHNSTON ... Ad Club speaker. Marketing Plan to Be Reported How Pasadena ranks as a market for national adverlis- ng will be considered Thursday at noon when Ray W. 'ohnston, advertising sales manager for the Pasadena Independent and Star-News, speaks before the Pasadena Advertising Club at the Flame Room. Johnston, who for three Wendell P. Chambers, of San|* wo . years has been directly con-i GabrieI and four grandchil- Bandit Sympathizes With His Victim ST. LOUIS -- IP-- "I'm as nervous as you are," said the masked bandit on the business end of the revolver. The holdup victim, Clarence Spinks, told police the robber was obviously telling the truth Spinks was ordered to put his cash in a paper bag and then horded along with three cus tomers into the rear of his confectionery. The nervous thief departed with $126--probably searching for a tranquillizer. CHAMBERS -- Horace Nelson Chambers passed away April S. of Omaha, Neb., he had been a "esident of Pasadena and Al- lambra the past 50 years. Mr. lhambers was Senior Placement Officer with the Califor- ia Dept. of Employment. He P. Cabot Sons Chapel, 27 Chestnut St. Requiem Mass Wednesday, 9 a.m. at St. Eliza beth's Church, Altadena. (12-1S, 13-1) TEMPLE -- M r s . Octavia H Temple, of 2812 Glenrose Ave., Altadena, passed away suddenly, April 9, 1960. A na s survived by his wife, Mrs. tlve ° f Idah °' Mrs - Temple had lallie R. Chambers; one jbeen a resident of Pasadena iauie n.. i^namoers; unei ~ -~ -- , . laughter, Mrs. Marjory Anne for th P ast f years, and is . ° _ . . . . . trllr-wnrofl V l l r Vim. Vl 1, c h a n H pingola of Anaheim; two ons: John W. Chambers of Fullerton and Phil Chambers if Hollywood; one brother, survived by her h u s b a n d Charles M. Temple, a daugh ter, Mrs. Kenneth K. Kaler, a sister, Mrs. Cyril Bennett, am ! cerned developing sales data on the Pasadena market, will reveal the total marketing plan used by the newspapers in selling national advertising. Visitors are invited to attend the luncheon meet- iing according to Ad Club pres- 'ident, Jim Christopher. Note: So Is Air FORT COLLINS, Colo.--.' --From the Larimer County Times: "Water is the cheap- jest livestock feed. Give animals plenty of it." dren. He was a member of the First Mtehodist Church of Alhambra and a member of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity. Funeral services Tuesday at 1 p.m. from Pierce Bros.-Fred A. Turner chapel, Alhambra. Rev. Harry W. Adams officiating. Interment, Rose Hills Cemetery. (11-S, 12-1) Constance Matron of The Past Worthy Southland Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star. Services today, at 4 p.m. at All Saints Episcopal Church, 132 N. Euclid, conducted by The Rev. John Harris Burt. Interment private. Edwards Cummings directors. Friends may POFF -- Cecil Baker passed away April 10, I960 at liis home, 569 N. Wilson call this evening and until ,2 p.m. Tuesday at the Ed- F°ff!wards Cummings Mortuary, 317 Lincoln Ave. (11-S12-I) JAve. A native of Jefferson City, Tenn., lie had resided in tliis area 32 years. Until eight years ago he was personnel manager for Armour Meat CERTIFICATE OF BUSINESS Fictitious Firm Name tlunders te n eci d ° hereby c e r t i f y that said firm is composed of the 1 View Cemetery, followins persons whose names and Packing Co. lie is survived by liis wife, Marihel W. Poff. Services 3 p.m. today at the Turner Stevens Marengo Ave. The Bancroft offici- Mountain (11-S12-I) addresses arc ns follows, t'o-wit: THORNDIKE -- Miss Bertha Thorndike, passed a w a y April 9, I960. A native of Illinois, she had been a resident of Pasadena since 1896, and is survived by one sister, Miss L. Lauretta Thorndike, also of Pasadena. Also nieces a n d nephews. She was a member of the Lake Ave., Congrega tional Church. Services, will be held Wednesday, April 1960, at JO a.m., Lamb Funeral Home, 415 E. Orange Grove Conducted by Rev. R No. Hollywood. C.ilifTM Witness our h a n d this I l t h day of April, J9(jQ JOSEPH PH.ATO JOSEPH LONGO STATE OF CALIFORNIA ) COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES)"' On this I l t h dnv of April. A.D. EXAMINATiON FOR THE N E X T S K V E N HAYS H r f n c This Ad w i t h You In ordtr to Introduce our icrviee to the ptople ol Southern California Die Loi Angclct County Diagnostic Aiioclntion hai rslnhliihnt the price ol our rroulnr examination to he only JI.OO for tlio nrxl ifvtn dnyi. when thii ad Ii presented Ity you. Thii DOllcy prrvnlli at tha B.nio Oinsnoslic OMicei S8CK AND SUFFERING Stop Wasting Time and Money THE MENTAL RELIEF YOU WILL ENJOY IS PRICELESS What fs it 'vorlli to Imow a b o u t your a i l m e n t -- n o work --Just facts--plain scientific fact--IlKAn-TO-TOK EXAMINATION SHOWS CONDITION OF SINUS. EAItS. NOSK A.n TIIHOAT · I.UNGS A N D ll''SPII!AT(IHY TIIACT · S P I N A L VRRTKBRAf! A N D H O N K K T I I U C T U R K · PUI.SK A N D HEART ACTION · 1.1,OOI) r i l K K S D R i : · STOMACH · K I D N E Y S · COLON e PROSTATE · FEMALE OltOANS · NERVOUS SYSTEM · U V K R AND GALL lU.AODEIt THIS examination may be worth thousands of dollars to you. If you are not completely satisfied your $1 will be refunded. Isn't that fair? IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SINCE 193S Basic Diagnostic Office Member of LA. County Diagnostic Association PASADENA -- 338 S. Roscmcad -- SY 6-7107 SANTA MONICA - Hid 2ml St. - EX 5-3417 nlJNTINOTON P A R K - 2S36 I!. Florence - t.Uillow J-M9.1 LONO llEAdl -- »!J E.!«nv -- III'! C-IG03 YOU MUST BRING THIS AD WITH YOU B A.M. In S P.M. Mnn.. Wed.. Frl 'III S P . M . 9 to 1 NOTICE--Before you rake* treatment any place, bo sure to r.cvo (Ms fact finding examination flrstl 11960, hofore me DUTH B. PRYOHl a Notary Puhllr In and for said J Counfv and State, residing therein --Alfred W. Stevens, Bl TM husband of Lucilc M. Ste-| mond vens of G9fi E. Woodburv Rrf.l Hcm 'y . passed away April 11, I960. AJ S a » Gabricl Cemetery._Friends native ot Pasadena lie had for wll ° wish TM a y contribute to Hutchins. Interment I JOSEPH LONCO. known the past SO years been employed by the E. 0. Nay and Kenneth F r a s i c. r Plumbing Companies. Besides his wife he is survived by his son, Ken "?iLA'To"' no "' M- Slovens of Pomona; to me to'j daughter, Mrs. William B of Santa Clara am: the Missionary Fund of L a k e Ave. Congregational Church. (4-11-IS 4-12-IS) .Kind nnd a f f i x e d mv o f f i c i a l sen) ' t l i e dav nnd year In t h i s c e r t i f i c a t e j first nbove v-ritten. TillTII B. PIIYfin' Notary Public In nnd for Said County and State. My commission expires A p r i l 25. Publish April 12. 19. 20. May 2. 1!)G(I NOTICE OF to me that t h n v j e i R h t Rrandehlldren. Rosary Tuesday at 8 p.m. at Wendell tfj jMin -i( r,r*t · l Notice IB hereby ptven t h a t the underfilled will not Vic responsible lor any debts or liabilities contracted bv anyone other than myself, on or a f t e r t h i s Hate. Dated this »th rtav of Anrll. 1000. ruims n. NELSON. Hfl N.' Honn'e Aye., Paindmn. C a l i f . PllhH«h! April n. 11, 12.J%(. NOTICK OF NON-niiSPONSllllUTY Notice Is hereby Riven t h a t the underfllRlied will not be responsible for flilv debts or l i a b i l i t i e s contracted by anyone o t h e r t h a n myself, on or a f t e r t h i s dale. Doled this nib day of A p r i l . Ifliifi. 1 1 I K N H Y c. M A t l l t . l . . Address: ;ifi(l Ml, View Ave., New Address: 9S.10'lluston Way, C h n l s u ' u r l l i , (MMornl.v ·IjPulillsh: A p r i l 11, 12, 13, lillit). .TM send flowers --on any occasion The rcmcmbrnnco that is always in Rood taste, always appreciated. CHARGE YOUR PURCHASE FUNERAL DIRECTORS MOUNTAIN VIEW MORTUARY 2400 N. Fair Oaks SY 4-7133 REYNOLDS MORTUARY 166 N. Marcngo SY 6-4301 STUMT MORTUARY 60 N. Daisy SY 3-6179 "TURNER STEVENS 95 N. Marengo SY 3-4156 SY 3-8407 87 S. Vernon CAloT* SONS 27'Chestnut SY 3-7159 EDWARDS CUMMINGS 317 Lincoln SY 6-5367 ~IVES WA'RREN" 100 Oill SY 6-4375 415 E. Orange Grove SY 33159 SAN GABRIEL VALLEY'S CLASSIFIED PHONE NUMBERS SY 6-0311 ZE2330 The Independent, STAR-NEWS Mornlnfl Sunday Evening 525 East Colorado Blvd., Pasadena, California PHONE SYCAMORE 6-0311 I TOIL FREE ZENITH 2330 or MURRAY 1-4871 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES SHORT TERM ADVERTISING RATES PER LINE PER DAY. 1 to 3 day .......... 43c 4 to 6 days ......... 37c 7 to 29 days ........ 33c 30dayi ............ 30c IUT CHANUB OF 1UM AD '2 UNBB. classified Insertions All"'weekday WM'".-- ^r,, will be published ID both MornltiK IndepmileBl ajd Eventoir depend -News IE Star-News for one dajr'» _____ ALL NEW COPI ClMSlrfed Ads will appear FIRST In Thi Mornlnc Independent. Sunday 1« counted as one full Insertion day. 3-- Personals _ _ NOW"SHOWING "VISIT TO A SMALL PLANET" "A TOUCH OF LARCENY" NOW, through the cooperation of U n i t e d Artists Theater of Pasadena, the Classified Department is reserving two tickets for the lucky people whose names appear in the Classified Ads featuring the United Artists M o v i e of the Week. Read Classified for Merchandising Values and watch for your name in United Artists Ads. ·ERSONR wltnessinK an accident In which a man on a lilcyclc was injured, at Lake A Elizabeth. F"ri eve Apr. S. please contact John S. Parker. 43: Sherman Oaks. LET'S DANCE! Y o u ' l l l o v e V. Y. Danc« Club! Parties refreshments, tnstruc- tlons. all ase». $1.75 wk. Call S) - -*· LET'S Y o u ' l l l o v e V. HUhbard 3-1658 *-CUCKY-STArrCE()B. Exclusiv personal Intro, service. SY 4-5919, II--I«iincti«M tSchMli 19--Hftln Wanted^ IBM AUTOMATION -- MEN TABULATING - WIRING 12 WEEKS, KEY PUNCH -- WOMEN 4 WEEKS TRAIN NOWI FOB INFORMATION CALL AWYER SCHOOL OF HUSINKBE 105 H Colorado. Pana. SY 2-7193 fAHBlferL'OQfeBrKSXEBNA Information, office MU 1H6U4 ^5X^X^K^K?Vff^9«5 20--Heb Wanted: Men personnel Afincy 30 S. Onk Knoll CLASSIFIED INDEX All Classification* Are The dftsslfiBfi Recttcm m Numerical Order ANNOUNCEMENTS Gift BUKftestlons · Jewelry ft Diamonds » U Business Quid* i.. ' Personals * ' Coins And Stamps ' IpcomB Tai Service 6 Health Aids G Lost' Found i * B Cemetery Lota * · · »» 6 ygl g ( | » , M « * « i l t t » M » '0 Inalructlona A Schools ........ 11 EMPLOYMENT HELP WANTED Helo Wanted: Men 20 Help Wanted: Men AKenclen ... 21 Hem Wanted: Men A Women Helo Wanted: Women AKcnclea 23 Help Wanted: Men A Women..23A Help Wanted: Women ......... 24 Work Wanted: Men ^ Work Wanted: Men Professional 26 Work Wanted: Coimles 27 Work Wanted: Women 28 Work Wanted: Women Professional Nurseries-Child Car 30 BUILDING HOME MAINTENANCE Call An Expert, 31 Houses to DB Moved 32 MERCHANDISE Swaps .,, , 3ft Used Clothing A Fur 36 Dressmaking A Millinery 37 Miscellaneous for sale , 4U itlscellaneouB Wanted .·· *1 Cameras Photo Eouipment,.. 42 Sporting Goods 43 i'urnlturc for Salt .... 41 Antiques 45 'urnltur* reflnlshlne 46 'urnlture Wanted 47 lusicai Instrument! 48: lanoi A Organs 49 j Radio. TV A H1F1 60 SENIOR TECHNICAL WRITERS Capable of reading eler.. t r i c a I, electronic, chanical and hydraulic prints to complete oper. ational and maintenanca manuals. Must be fami|. iarwith Bu Weps manual specifications. These positions require men with 3-5 year technical writing experience. If you qualify and are interested in an opportunity to work with a minimum of supervision call ' Jim Christensen EL 9-5317 Daily 8-4 Honeywe 1724 S. Mountain Duarte, California JPL DRAFTSMEN Optnlncs In our plant nsl sn » construction Kroup. 2 years t l n i Inc experience required, si,"; surveylnn experience desirable. CALTECH Jet Propulsion Lab WIREMAN or miniature rloctronlc compnnrnts. 2 yr« wlrlne soliierlnt; «£ ren. Mim le ablft to rcati shemntlcs une power tools Opportunity to Rrow with expand- ins firm, Endevco Corp. 161 E. California, Pasa. SY 5-0271 SALES PROMOTION TRAINEE X4f)0 n f i i r t l n c Siilnry ^ r.-ir at. Imv. -i- excel. licneflt.« to rp;il clean cut youtiK man 2:M!7 w l t at least 2 ye»r« cnllecc. p e n t well known cmnp.'inv ,-,,,,. t i d i n g retail store;: ii'"m Kan I'lect, to Hnkcr.ifii'ld. Previous -sate.H exp. helpful. [Torn Rees SY 5-8411 lome Appliances , 5i | K M P L O Y M E N T IIFSEMICH 11470 BI. Wnltmt Acrncv Pna-nteM '""· *""""""" " EXPERIENCED POULTRY, LIVESTOCK PETS Livestock A Feed 63 5 -- Income Tax Service - PcTOTBTi INTERNAL REVENUE AGENTS REASONABLE FEES -- S3 UP Permanent year round location R. G. CAMPBELL ASSOC'S 172 E. CULORAlJO SV fi-3411 'ark Free -- Sam's Lot tt block. "^"EXPERT TAX~SERVT ~ Federal Form BRITTO_N_TA. CO^JP tax servlct, __ ,.... -.., Reaa. rates. Days, nights WK. ends. 32-12 Mataro off Foothill A Sierra Madre Vllla^Paaa. _SY 3-1831 'ER'SONALTZED'serv; LonR Forrr 55. BY G-940*. EY S-973S. j--lost Found IO"S*r:~"Ch"tl'd*s~grcen""scoofiBr--- Ma~y have been taken by mistake from Landfair Street on Tuesday, April 5--Plcase_call EL s-99bfi. 70ST-- Pair "of lady's " Reading Glasses In case, vicinity of Woodbury Mar Vista. Call _5^_S-33Bfl __ TOST--Across streeTTrom Pasa- ripna iTlch School, near ilohlliBuslness Opportunities wanted 100A small sold and ruby .. 7A ..76AJC. IhlnchlllRB 64 ] et9 A Supplies ···..... 65 OOK · W Poultry Rabbiti 67 RENTALS Miscellaneous Rentals ..,, Rooms for Rent Room A Board ima. Rest Homes Rooms-Housekeeping Apartments, Furnished .. Apartmentfl, Unfurnished Moving Storage 8'^ Houses A Duplexes. Unfurnished 83 MUFFLER INSTALLER Welding Knowledge Necessary RAYCO _1670 E. COLO. PASA. TEST TECH. S?.25 to S2..15 prr hr. mvalfs pfr- »on (iimlll.-ir w l l l i n i l nowrr PllPM rc.-nl out Cfiuipmcilt. jllll transistors. Houses A Duplexes. Furnished. Beach. Ml., Desert, Rent .... Wanted to Rent ., Business Rentals Reynolds SY 5 - 8 4 1 HEALTHY?"""" 5 '· T-prirn the n l a t l n c business from I InnL'-establiplicfl S.G.V. company. Sl-fiO fir., while tnilnfiic. [or the r l K h t bov ,C Reynolds SY 5-8411 ^-TM*^?%^ K ^!Li '** DESIGN ENGR. Tonne m n n to 30, with M.K. decree preferred. and strong hMK ground [ n Safctv Valves. Start hctw. $430 5600 8 D ;Armour Morris SY 5-8411 87; BUSINESS INVESTMENTS Business Onoortnnltle* 100 ; KMPJ.OYMKNT T1KSEARCH : H O _ K . \Va hint, _A Rem: j'. Pasadena HELP""IN"MERGERS" PASADENA Security Rn-.itT jn-eds mature executive as AKSO- ciate In negotiating mergers Commission h a .11 s. 'X_l91_Jippl, MU_. LA'"? station, s ,. - clasa_rlnK._SY 4-0915._ LOST--Pug female HOJJ Monday morning. Color--black mask, black silver. Plefice call SY 4-2145, Eve3.__call__5Y 4^2Rri iOST--DOR'four months old7~bl;ick. half Labrador, half Welmeroncr with a little bit of white on his two hind feel. SY 5-4427. Mining 101 REAL ESTATE Pasadena Homea Annandali Linrl; Homes Klnneloa Ranch ,OST-- OriinKC male altered cat. . has 6 toes on f r o n t paws. H A D | J bells around neck; reward. j sy 7-6704 _ I Altadena Homes roST~Ladie.! brown" wallet FolT-[_ L1 taininK driver's license, l l b r n r y FHntrldw. La Cnnatla rards, charca-plates. money, etc. I Phone Mrs, welpel--SY 3-3S01!. j La Crescenta , ^"ST~EhTcK~~wallet (man's; "vie" ' Tiny Nay lor's restaurant. (No phone) 391 Alogria, Sierra Madre. ii!Ki^rSEr-HOBin«r= Cinnamon Color. Wearing creen _collar_wlth_chain._8YJI-2ri20.__ ,OST--Small brown put; puppy vicinity Holllston wood bury. SY 1-b230 "O3T--Green parakeet in vicinity of Coolklge Bcrendo A New York. SY 4^6191.; _ iOST-^tafp;e blacfi cat, yellow eyes, vie. Wootlbury Rd. Fair Oaks. Reward. SY_8-0201. 'OUND--Chihauhau dog Sunday, same can he claimed by culling SY 7-0814 IF.ves. 'OUND--In our hack yard, a red tailed haw!; with Shackles. sY_ fi - fi 27:t 0"ST--Whito wallet " w i t h "'iniUii K on nutslrie. Plense call S Y R - -- - " San Marino South Pasadena Homes .... Los Ancelca Prooertv .... Suburban Pronertv Alnnaheticaiiv Subheaded ov Town OST-- March 4 In Linda Viflta- SunRlasses, doctor's prescrliition Rfiwartt. __ __SY 2-fif"" LOST-- Black Cocker. Reward SY _2-J278 _____ __Wy LOST-- Dark plnsses, with Rrward. _ ____ _ SY 4-1 144 Cust-- 7? -- your 6et a diamond vour purse, car key». etc. Wrlt Vour ad and hrlnp to front coim^ ter anil It will bn oubllshed without charpe nil n public service t( it; a readers of HIP Indenenrlenl and 10-- Travel ___ V"AN""col"nK North. "Also lofal" mov- inc In«. Hens. Kcllle. SY 2-3389 ~ ' * 11--Instruction Schools it ENROLL NOW -fc SPRING CLASSES Now Startlnir In Rlectronics RNROLL AT ONCK FOR Beclnninc or Advanced courdes DAY and NIGHT CLASSES Solar Electronic Schools Monrovia __._ BL. fi-6i; DENTAL ASSISTANTS Women trainert to q u a l i f y as n j «!«tantii In dental offices A clln- tc«. fihnri cour«c. Kxcnllent sal- jirv. will not I n t e r f e r e with Present Ion. FrM Placement. ARC 17- AO. Write, for frefl Information. Give, ntip. rhoine. A nddrptts, PHU.Llrs BCIIOOL.1 ZORTHfANS W D AY" RANCH*' S ittji., 1 or nil. Children a to 12. orssnack, Art t.Tntin, trfimnoiln*. rnnip. provided. Remonnble. l.fifiOl AII« denn REAL ESTATE LICENSE School J3.% Intluillnp text tiookt M A I I K DA1I.KY UKAl.TY 230(1 KA«t Coloratln SY 2-12H4 'KAI-'l'lCAl. nltA or tiny. New .R N. MurlM. Hm. MUM HIA "'Ttfii'iliiifi . rlnjn Apr. ^0. SI! «Y f.-^M4 ' dhnir" I'm, mil Ml 7-7?10 ' t A N O . ^ f t c r o r - l , , ' ( - u l l n r A | A r r n t n l d . RY 8-2.163, RV Lots for Sale Income Property Business-Industrial Real Estato--Other Cities . Renl Estate--Out of Slate Ranches or Acreace Country Property ........ Beach. ML. Desert Real Estate Excrmnce ... Real Estato Wanted FINANCIAL Money Wanted Trust Deeds for Sal* Real Estate Loans Moncv to Loan Loans Commercial ] Investments j AUTOMOTIVE machinery, Motors, Motorcycles, Bicycles, Boats, Trailers, Planes Machinery A Moton .. Motorcycles A Blcvclw Boat* A Motors Local Hi -ichool pnids A prefer m-2,1 single, trainees for mfg. Co's. 51.flO.S2.lfl hr. start. Jack Robinson SY 5 - 8 4 , . E M P L O Y M E N T I ' l . O K. Walnui_ Accncy Pasadena ·^Part-Time--No Selling-^ Misst he employed. Over '2'2 (No NO exnerlcnre nrcc-- sary. Karn while you learn !o ouprate a floor wjislhr rout". Por nppt. call 10 to 6. AT 0-7^33-- rn 3-1W-). I1o,-]!er:i!iipa aval!- ahlp._Sr«c otir Rfl Clnss JOO. _ __ PHYSICISTS " SmfiH eXD?indinc Rn Co. n.i.l oncnlnc for well qualified ex", men in a number of fields to contribute to orlcinal creative ; endeavors. Resumes only to i09j Unified Sience Asso. Inc. 510 ^- r ' So. Arroyo Pkwy._ Pasadejj* I DEPENDABLE COOK in GOOD HOURS WAGES I W i t h car. Average 5fi hr. wit., ll't\_ S a.jn. to 4:30 p.m.. Thurs. o f ..101A ..104B .. 105 .. 106 ..lOfiA .. 101 .. 10S SALES MGR. .'. Mn 114 116 Exn. alone" tlicse "fines''required. 117 | rossihlllttesi i i n l l m l t r d . Fcr --BP_5-osio--Mr._ Richards . "81 MACHINIST I Expert--At 10 yrs. experi- l i - * j cncc, preferably HardinRc Chuck. I «T. CkISP. tolnranco work. All n round m n n . Top rate. Anply «.S!l Ko. A r r o y o _ P k w y . IBM TAB"OPERATOR Kxjierlenco with 402, 510. O f 9 pri'fcrrpil. Trr.incea considered. KXP. riitnre A worUlnfi condl- 130 i;n Trailers Autos.Trucki Rent Auto Paris A Acctstorle us Autos Wnnted Hfi Truck! H7 station WMMII *.,,, 118 N«X» u«rs tor BM« no Automobiles for Rait UO Listed Alnhanetlcallv bv Kfnkft IT'S EASY TO I'I,ACK AN INDKPKNDKNT, STAR-NKWS OLAssii'-inn An JUST CAM, SY O O l l l l _ _ ^ Moore Jig Bore Opr. JOR SHOP E X P E R I E TOOIMASTERS 3M S. KAN f l A n i U E L SAN r!A!jFU|-;L,_AT IVTnrin _^ TOOL DIE MAKER JOI! SHOP E X P E R I E TOOLMASTERS 311 S. SAN OAimiEI, BLVD. . _ S A N _ O A B R 1 E L , AT^I)-7«?0_ SALESMEN Q u a l i f i e d leads dally. Top commission. O p p o r t u n i t y for advancement. Call n-12 noon. .117 W. _ Miiln St., Rln._nift l _Alhsmbr!i. Steady Work - No Layoffs J01.10 wit. cnmmlfifilon noRRlltle. AKe 1!-41. II.H. ed Car Delivers A sales. ____ SY fl-:i.V-'!i PRODUCTION MANAGER for crnwth company. · Scientific) Instruments. Pliyairnl Sciences Corn, MU 1-Slill CTSTONBR ^[oriI3T; i l r a f l s m n n combination wanted to develop new products Itif _pro\vlnr, co. Call CI!_3.220«. BARBER ........ " Master. Sleadv. HC $(.75. Ounr. _?M, IV rjn. wk r»sn HV 7-f,S(tl, DRAFTSMAN " Loofhcr Cutter wiui A t\t\t\ for _CAM...C1J Clickor 212 w. coi.oiiAnn, PARA I.KCtimUlX C(irn urn!.'! fop sulr-s.' servlt or tvirl ttinr. S.tftl' K. ('.Mi . Aimlv !i-l'.l a.m. r.Kln. I'nw. i ' A I HYHTKMS «:V S-.M^ r S icil \ V . \ I U ;t(i .s.'njik Knoll

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