California Pasadena Independent Newspaper Archives Dec 18 1957, Page 4

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Independent, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1957, Pasadena, California4-Thi inn indent. Widnis0ay. Kim Kris. Bring on the bums some cry others soy throw pm Don Judson Jaycees want dodgers catcalls cheers ring oat Cunti Nudd from Page on Cussion on the beauties of Brooklyn. Favorite of Day despite Regan s professional dramatic training it was Worth Sylvester 1120 n. Hill ave., who became the favorite of the Day with the pro dodger j forces. Blaming a group he called the Barons of san Rafael for stopping All freeways from coming through Pasadena Ellsworth declared it is Al ways the same opponents who Light All Public improvements. Maybe we can get a Little action into this he concluded amidst a burst of applause. George Bond 1230 Wabash st., opposed to bringing the dodgers to town told directors the City of Pasadena does not exist to make a profit it exists to serve the people. As surely As night base Ball follows baseball death follows heavy he concluded pointing to the extra infiltration of automobiles that big league baseball is expected to bring to the Rose bowl area. Bond Drew heavy applause from his supporters As did the first speaker of the Day Lee Paul 1064 Armada dr., who outlined dangers he said would come not Only from traffic but from undesirables attracted to the area. Last word it remained for a housewife mrs. Alvaro Bea 421 Moor esque dr., to have the last word. After the 6-1 vote was taken mrs. Bea approached the microphone and asked How do you. Prepare a advised that she could con sult the City attorney on the procedure for seeking an Initia Tive action that might Block yesterday s vote mrs. Bea re turned to the spectators Sec Tion to Confer with friends. The angered opponents of baseball in the Rose bowl gave every appearance of a group which intended to keep on with the fight. Page Houdini locked Safe yields Alhambra. Loss of in Cash from a locked supermarket Safe was reported yesterday to police. Asst. Manager Nickolas an Guli said most of the Money had been delivered by armoured car at 9 a.m., at which time he placed the Cash in a Safe in a Small office at the rear of the store. Anguli said he locked both Safe and office arid did not open the Safe again until 3 . When the loss was Dis covered. He told police two employees of the Market at 2533 w. Valley blvd. Besides him a self had Access to the office and Safe. Anguli said an audit May re veal the loss of be More than the first believed miss ing. Jewelry stolen Pasadena jeweler Walter Dorn brother of supervisor Warren Dorn. Lost to i s2000 Worth of jewelry from his store Over the weekend j police reported. The vol. It a Murning daily newspaper published at Pas Artena Cam. Home delivery j1.75 a Mont ii mail sunday ?5c per month daily per Mon i in Advance Newt. Hand 10c Dally. I5c sunday second Zlaia mall privileges a at Pasadena Post Ohice. Qualified to accept Lex ins by Superior court order Tipasa Dora a no c-i4ib Rune 6. Pasadena office 323 c 81 svs Mil or by i him slab ill ban off Cei 121 a. Ririe Arcadia i 1-4671. James b. Willcon o. K. Earl or. Richard Spaulding Eli Hutcherson Joseph Wyatt Lee Paul of Jove. Deol says c of c. Hail . Baseball would ruin us. Indigents will increase reasons to vote no shop Nash s your Flash s gift Are gift wrapped without charge from Nash s new boys world m Oliver Prickett Linda visions oppose. Slipper socks 2.50 to 2.98 for fun time footwear with new cats Paw softer soles. Assorted patterns and colors. Sizes 7v, to boys . To shirts White preshrunk Cotton knit with Nylon reinforced neck and seams. Washable. Sixes 6 to is .75c or boys . Revs White knit Brief with two Way stretch panel insert in seat for Comfort heat resistant elastic Waistband. Sizes 6 to 18 75c or boys knit ski pyjamas with knit cuffs on sleeves and legs. Solids and stripes. Red Blue Toast Maize. Sizes 6 to 12.2.98 sizes 14 to 18 .3.5q boys flannel pyjamas in middy or coat styles. Solids Ond patterns in assorted colors. Sanfor sized. Full Cut. Sizes 6 to 12. 2.98 to 3.50 sizes 14 to 16 .3.50 to 3.95 now is the time to give them Buster Browns Ico s Favout children s so priced according to size.5.99 to 8.99 Nash j children s shoes Street floor dress up the children for Christmas in bus Ter Brown shoes America s favorite children s shoes. Boys . Stretch socks 49c-69c 100% Nylon or Nylon and Cotton stretch socks guaranteed to fit every size. A Mored toe and Heel. Assorted colors and patterns. . Cotton socks 39c-69c Cashmere soft Cotton socks super Wear ing with Nylon reinforced Heel and toe. Solids and argyles in Holiday colors. Sizes 7 a to Green Stamps with All Cash purchases Pasadena Sycamore 6-ot81 Alhambra Atlantic 9-5275 Whittier Oxbow West Arcadia 6-3131 Pomona Lycoming 9-9724

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