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Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - May 18, 1959, Long Beach, California D-2 PRESS-TELEGRAM NottcM 1 11 IntructfeN 22 WonHd (Wow.! 24 'r 1 L Ship Arrivals, Of E. 61 if Survived by 2 Eldon bnd Lo'jti. Gravtsldt service Tuesday, 10 al PASSES, 2 bocki tret lor Ja-Mi R. Smith, mi Oalli, G.C. Classified Countir. 1, P-T, S'h CAREERS Men Women For man who flits, many men wtwr.en are needed ler impoftant groiMXi poslllcmi tuch as rhtit: it Tralllc Contra) ft Reservatrontst it Passenger Aoent ft ft and many omtrs ft w train Cor Airline Hoslm Our tracing can qualify YOU for cf these fine posltkyis wiltt excel Tent opportun.Net for advancement. Iraki at In your spare time then you travel to Hollywood, at no extra coit, rar personal kutructlon. termi make payment easy. Free placen-.ert serv-ce. Hloh school IP to OS-mall coupon fatay for full defalli: A Hine Career Division NortnwKt Schools Dept. A5-lPfc Box Ind., S T STENOS N O Local Position Lady over 25, Experienced In meeting the public. Neat. Average education. Need to work. Good pay. Flexible hours. On the job training. Car necessary. Apply tn person for interview, LAFAYETTE HOTEL On tk. Hour 10. -417 Sharp Mon., May llth. M Mr. Park. LAKEWOOD 1 MORTUARY, and Ftnirrd VESSELS ARRIVING TODAY A Berth Operator to Sill 3W9 .135 Cooi Biy Upper Cfllft. River Twg May 11 _____ Coos Boy KlnwyllTe JNorJ New York ____ .Barter Line .9 Henry, 3433 Ltmon L _ Anc EsJero 8ay Soconv Mobil ON Co, May ?0 Providence Thwkeelor (Lib) Arc Vancouver So ros Po s4Sons May 20 New EMPLOYMENT in Downtown Area A minimum shortriand of 80 words per minute and be able to 60 words per SALESPEOPLE For Temporary Extra Work Experience Not Necessary INTERVIEWS: MONDAY, THURSDAY S. FRIDAY a.m. to D.m. TUESDAY WEDNESDAY a.m. to p.m. APPLY MAY CO. LAKEWOOD EmpSoynwnl olflce PERSONNEL SECRETARY POSITION AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS OFFICE FOR A NEAT, WELL-GROOMED YOUNG LADY WITH 2 TO 4 YEARS' OF STENOGRAPHIC EXPERIENCE. MINIMUM SHORTHAND 90 WPM, TYPING 50 WPM. AGE 20-25. POSITION WILL MOVE FROM GLENDALE TO NEWPORT BEACH AREA APPROXIMATELY JULY 1ST. ONLY THOSE INTERESTED IN RELOCATING APPLY. QUALIFIED APPLICANTS ARE INVITED TO COME IN OR CALL MR. J.W.HARRIS, 1234 AIR WAY, GLENDALE, Chapman 5-6651, Aeronutronic Systems, Inc. A SUBSIDIARY OF FORD MOTOR Ventura -1S5 Paw Paw The Ocean Co, May 22 San Fran -Wash. Standard 97 Porn 1 Wells ..Standard 01 Co. Way 20 __Longvlew W. H. Peabcdy 232B Weyerhaeuser Co. May n San John Camercn. Ave. Survived bv Ave., Anaheim. GE aft. 5 p.m. on ACTIVE VESSELS IN PORT TODAY Veisel Berth: Due hj Sail: an Casiebarih, Gerlrude Kel- L-loflg. Service Monday, p.m.. Dr. Geo. W. McDonald lor New England May 22. Will ake 1-2. L. L.- FRonlier AND PEEK 3RD ALAMITOS -PORTLAND DRIVE AS OWN. LO BougainvWe (Nor) 232- E 1M CarffTa Swd) fey 19 San PKanilieo r Fnrii asl. HA (No') 737-R 11 Lady of Mount Carniel Catti- 9 FrflncltCT HITma T., 1750 E. 3rd C1 May 10 Prairlfcii fllll 7J1 Mav 19 YrkfthaSS KyiHtiiVA Mam (lap) 1U A'ay 18 1 great grandchild. Service will held In Arvada, PRESSURE CHECKED ACCURATELY-ONLY 50c Schulman's Nulrfllon Irvmortf Illrr) U9 AUy 19 1 nrh fRrl TOO MayM fcMrhnpl 1. (1 ItvW) Ifl9 Mav 13 AND PEEK CHAPEL OF THE PALMS In charge of Pine and 625 Pine PRCVEN QUESTION Dollar for Dollar, solkes gives you more. 10-10 Tues. thro Frl. Sal. lo 5. Il2i Atlanllc. HE HEAVY EQUIPMENT We need men ta ttil i af ta to tram for Dfesel heavy equipment. If you are between Ihe aaet ol 18 54, mechanically Inclined, or with mechanical background want mofe Information about how our tra'nlng program CM you get started In this rapidly eypartding lake the flfit steff r.ow. We have been doing a successful lob of training mwi for the past 19 years. Write Tractor Training OFFER 0 Promotion Opportunities Merit Salary Secure Future Liberal Benefits APPLY Employment BANK OF AMERICA 650 So. Spring Rm. EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 5070 Faculty 'Lakiwood Ctnler Facu Iv Eds of Mav- Co. ME 3-6147 MEv 6-HW Stena-Bkor., local, mature Sttno., acc'h dot., Wilm. Prod. Cunt. Cferx, lite sh.hand ____ ____ ___ _ to Mnlrfm rrwk 177 nrWIn (Pan) is Si" Ma Tit Beatrice Al. 1M13 Pioneer Blvd.. Artesla. Survived by son, Richard Perkins; molher. T Mary Martin; 3 sillers, Phvllls Co.Toerella, Etliabclh P T. Mav 19 HardV.g May 19 Sjn NEED RELAXATION? TRY OUR MASSAGE J25) Pacific Aye GA Pnrt lylttlMi fRrl 19 Now Gordon Martin; 1 crand-dauchler. Service Tuesday, Mav 19. a.m. at Rainbow ANNOUNCES 1210 E. ICth SI. Now ouen. MASSAGE 14 HE 1 7M Way Tn Ff A3 19 Kills Memorial Park, Whit- K tier, ROSE HILLS MORTUARY music therapy. 3 expert masseuses, r.erve Iheraav sail clow. 7 days. NE opr., txp. lo 35 __________________ to JI.75 MEDICAL: MET 3070? R. N. Ind. Clinic to Mod. Aist., Exp. Kiuwifcl flanl Wav 19 Frar.rlvn sonsma 179 May Yzmahani Mam I.I an) 1 R-W Msy 91 Franrkrn -139 1M Mav-Jl Survived by Henry J.; dacffhfer, Velda Ka-jtij new management. Swedish massace steams. 10-10. 519 E. Bdwv. HE Births IAKEWOOD GENERAL HOSPITAL E Mr. I Mrs. Owen Jchn, E. nth. boy, Aorll JO. Mr. t, Mrs. Robert LM, 5il5 Fac-ullv Ave., LaktwcoJ, girl, Acrll Mr. Mrs. Rcub'ji William, 5W2 HershoH, Lakcwood, girl, Aofll Mr. Mrs. Robert Leland, Plusanl, boy, Acril IS. Mr. C., SIM Bell, (rower Blvd., Lafcewood. boy, Aarll 75. 1 Mrs. John Rob-erl, 4339 Radior Ave., LBkesrood, Aplil 34. Mr. It Mrs. William Wallace, Henrlln Ave., Lakewxxl, boy, April HOFFMAN-Mr. a, Mrs. Jonathan Conrad, .4561 Banner Dr., girl, April 25. Mr. 4 Mrs. Donald Robert, MM Gayiola, girl. Acrli 28. PARSON-Mr. 4 Raich Dean, Turr.ergrove Dr., Lakeweod, April BEA'VER-MT. Mn. Oren Dean, Comuta Ave., Belltlower, girl, Aorll 23. Mr. i Mrs. Paul Ravmor.d, Slil Lime Ave., girl, April 29. ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL Mr. i, Mrs. Arlrxjr J., 1B7I5 Jersey Ave., Arteila, gtrl, Aorll "n Mr. t. Mrs. Robert E., S53I canehill Ave., Lakewood, twins, boy sfrl, April 23 Mr. Mrs. Garland K., Truman Bovd Manor, boy, Acrll 28 Mr. i, Mrs. Kerwielh A., East 17th St., girl, Airll 21 STRICKLAHD-Mr. Mrs. Jarr.es R., Sill Chlppewa Dr., Westmrnsler, boy, April 28 Mf. I Mrs. Rooer G., 902 Termlno Ave., girl, April 23 Mr. Mrs. Raymond, 13927 Chadrcn St.. Hawthorne, boy, April 28 Mr. i Mrs. L., 1BOU Ibex Ave., ADesia, girl, Acrll 28 FISHER-Mr. Mrs. James T., I21S East J7lh St., boy, April 29 Mr. Mrs. Harold C., mi Brlmhall Dr., Los Alamltos, boy, April GALLOSH-Mr. 1. Mrs. MIchM! J., MM Lanal St., girl, April 28 Mr. Mrs. Randall D., 510 N. Santa Fa Ave.. Compton, girl, April 28 'Ar. Mrs. Neville F., 153J9 Eucalyplirs St., bay, April 28 Mr. i Mrs. Gilbert L, Oranae Ave., boy, April 28 ARROCHA-Mr. I Mrs. Frank, ISM Summit St.. boy, April 29 Mr. S, Mrs. Jesse VI., Jr., 16X0 McKlnley Ave., Compfon, boy, April 28 Mrs. Jchn W., Easl Vralton St., boy, April 29 Mr. Mrs. Thomsj J., 3343 Cnarwtn Aye., girl, April 29 M.r. L Mrs. Edsar B., JISTOcaria Ave., tviln, boy i. girl, April 29 Mr. i Mrs. Roosevelt, 1J28 Vlnl 23rd St., girl, April 29. Mr. I. Mrs. Ttwmai 5., East 2nd 51., boy, April 29 Mr. 1 Mrs. Johjl A., 175S East First SI., bov, April 29 Mr. Mrs. Edwin C., 8323 Chester St., Paramount, girl, Acril 29 S, Mrs. Darold W., 4171 Elm Ave., cirl. Aorll TRAIH-Mr. I Mrs. Morten E., 1101 Easl lilh St., Wtslmlnslir, girl, Mav 3 Mr. S, Mrs. Jultsn D., E. 12th St., boy, Mar 3 Mr. t, Robtrl W.. S302 20th St., Vieilmlnsler, girl, May 3 BRAUN-Mr. Mrs. Jack E., 2903 Knox-v Ave., boy, May 3 Mr. Mrs. William H., Ill, jalei corrtipontfrnce, taice shorlhand handle lele-phor.e calls allend lo other 1 girl offlci duties. Need Iranso. Iniurance, paid holidays vica-tlons. CRESTLINE Cor. Belle Porte 8. i60th Harbor care offered. 7453 Maple. TO 7-4123; TO 8rh St., boy, Aorll 30 Mr. 8, Mrs. Joseph, 5431 Fashion Ave., boy, April 30 Mr. 8V Mrs. Edgar B., 'it Covina Ave., boy, Aprh jO DbLAMEY-Mr. 4 Mrs. Joseph D., Albert Marlon, age. 23, c 3401 Caspian. Survived bv wife Mary Ann. Service and Tnlermen Ft. Rosecrans National Cemetery San Dleoo, Calif. ROSE GARDEN CHAPEL FUNERAL CENTER tOt ATLANTIC, LONG latest dance stepi. Only S2 vtk. 4324 E. Anaheim. GE Instruction 22 THE World's Noblest Career Invites you to loin the as a 'Lie. School-over 200 Grads Short Hosp. Won. trirougtl Frl., for Insurance Cla'ms Office. NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL INS. 3941 L. B. Blvd. GA or Full Time FREE PASSES, 2 books free tor Carol B. Seelev, 3655 N. Los Coycles, L. B. at Classified Adv. Counter, 1, P-T, g. DE t, Mrs. Martin D. E. 7Kh SI., girl, April 30 Mr. L Mrs. Mike J., 67W Delta Ave., bov, April PASSES, 2 books (ree for Robert Baker, 4443 Maybank, L.B. at Classified Adv. Counter, 1, P-T, System of Nursing Mri. E. Gavlord R.tl. Dlr. 1836 Atlantic, L.B HE Arrow Escrow Co., P. 0. Box 6, Torrance. stafe qualifications salary sain worX REAL ESTATE. We Decpft ING (500 to PER' MONTH Full Hrne people PER WK. You ceui do Bill txcaust o 1 Verified BEAUTY OPERATOR tons iilabllihed V.'HITTIER SA-LOI1. oirarantee plus commission. Would prefer MARINELLO graduall. Quad Beauty Salon 1147 OUADWAY MISS JOYCg OX ________ Rale Clerks FIRE-AUTO-CASUALTY EXPERIENCED A EXCELLENT SALARY f, BONUS
half} 730 ATLANTIC COOKS Waitresses Cvuten. JA 7-7707. S FOOD Salary ootr. Rcll. rtd.LE Sul'i Hut, 7UI L. B. After 2 p.rn, 330 W.
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