California Pasadena Independent Newspaper Archives Jan 18 1962, Page 42

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Independent, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1962, Pasadena, CaliforniaNew Road is to to encounter of new. Types of signs on Ca Forn r s state highways the next few months. Rne now sym Bols to of acc. Us. Drivers generally understand the symbols Mort rapidly than on written in auctions according to the do highways. The left is the sign which be used to i nil a Cate a. Decrease in the num of lanes in Liis Case from three to on free ways before they come upon this Symbol Drivers will be alerted by a. Sign saying Lane. Ends merge. Left variations of this Symbol will depend on., the number of lanes involved and direction of the merging movement. When going from divided highways ways having fewer lanes a sign saying end divided Road will precede we s my Bol which will indicate which Lane is to be dropped in order the Moi re. Tie present Multi arrowed signs which have been1 used on freeways to indicate a de crease in lanes ahead and the lettered signs used on other state Highway will be re placed As they Wear out or Are damaged on the. Right is the sign which will be used in the future to indicate1 a winding Road the first turn of the winding Road a curve sign already in use will indicate the direction of the initial curve and usually the Speed at which it can be safely the new winding Road sign1 will be located just to Pond the first curve and will replace the present sign which spells out wincing the older signs will he re placed As they Wear out or damaged. Fatherv92, wife 27, have third child knoxv1lle, Tenn. Pm. And mrs. Jesse Messer Are celebrating the birth of a son. Messer .92, mrs. Messer 27. been married 12 years. Despite the 65-year age Dif Ference. Mrs. Messer said she arid her husband have shared what she considers a perfect marriage except for those Little arguments everybody their son Randall Anthony was born monday. The other children Are an Bobble chair pm Desirie in sen ate and House Republican leaders have quietly vetoed National chairman William e. Miller s Effort to write n gop state of the Union message Miller circulated among party chieftains a document vigorously criticizing the Kennedy administration s record and series saying it was of the Besl of Wollf frill Walran hot nor ___1 i l _ of political stands to be taken by republicans in. The new session of Congress. Miller predicted 10 Days ago the issuance of such a state ment. He said the idea was to Advance affirmative pro Grams which Republican candidates could cite in the Campaign As being More effective than president Kennedy s pro l. Leslie Garland in grate Latorya Leller from rep. Edgar Hiestand upon reach ing her 1 both birthday. Mrs. Norland known to her friends As aunt resides a 102 n ave Wilh the . Eaton s. Over 65 guests from Asior of Las vegas and Laguna Beach helped her celebrate her birthday Al an open House on mrs. Garland s secret of longevity is Good humor love and hard work. She told reporters we re Alt children until the end of the chapter All we do is rites for Duaine Garvin scheduled for today funeral services for Duane he was a member of the Carvin an East Pasadena Lum Community methodist Church or company official will be Welcl at 2 . Today Lee r. Hill mortuary Temple Ity. The Rev Ivan c. Guddall vill officiate. Interment will Ollow at Rose Hill memorial or. Garvin n resident of. 6319. He Clelta "ave., Temple City died monday. He was born in Beaver Falls a. Anil. Had live ii in the san Gabriel Valley for Hie past 26 years. He was purchasing agent for the Van com Pany in Downey and manager of the Hammond lumber com Pany in East Arthur. Ohio mrs. Allen and county. Supervisor Warren y Dorn in of Temple City and the Pasa Dena tournament of roses association. He was a past presi Dent of the East Pasadena rotary club East Pasadena Busi Ness men s association and United service clubs of East Pasadena. He is. Survived by his wife Josephine two daughters Jane of the Home address and Elizabeth Crowell of Glendora a son Robert Garvin of Temple City four grandchildren Jose Phine Crowell Kath Leen and Kimberly Garvin one brother John f. Garvin of Beaver Falls pa., and three i a a mrs. Ira gop vetoes store owner s trial Imes the trial 6l Hollywood took store owner who is accused of violating an obscene literature Law by sell ing Henry Miller s Contra Var Seal novel Tropic of can cer resumed yesterday. Bradley Smith 31 was arrested by vice squad officers who quoted him As admitting the Book was obscene Bui iosals.1 the Republican leaders in the Senate and House sen. Everett Al. Kirksen of f Illinois and rep. Charles a. Halleck of Indiana declined to go along with the idea they put the project in Mothballs for possible con Sld Cantlon inter in the year some statement of Brand principles on Ity of republicans could agree. Dirks in and Halleck will continue to Lay Down Republic. Can tenets in their weekly if Vii u v1 us books Ever written by the the jury was exacted to determine whether Sale of Tropic of cancer would be Legal in Trio los Angeles Wren. Tuesday vice squad officer Louis Mcclary played a tap recording of an interview will Smith in which he said the Book that was obscene but Addic Shakespeare was obscene and pointed to deeming the officer quoted Smith As saying the novel tended to upset particularly older women who had a quiet or. Protected said City attorney Arnebergh had pub Ishad a Small volume of poems in 1d59 which dealt with Many of Miller s themes emptiness of modern and Charlie news Confer Ove. Ence uninhibited guide a i Ines Millet wanted defined in Advance. The first of their 1962 news conferences is scheduled today. Dirksen and Hallock in the ast have discomfited some colleagues by pronouncements he More Liberal gop Mem regarded As entirely too conservative. But most of these liberals look on Miller As even More often More the con Gressional leaders. Halleck and Dirksen wore reported to have shied away particularly from Miller s Sug Justion that the gop consider he possibility of proposing a new organization of nations Volch would operate without he veto Power contained in he United nations. Goldwater favors . Quitting . Oxford Ohio 3arry Goldwater says he would like to see the United states pull out of nations. He also criticized anew the Kennedy administration but he said tuesday has no Interi Ion of running for the pres Doncy. Goldwater said there Are too extremists or life spurned lovers and ardent of course the wording is not the Pasadena bar installs slate Cai of. Wopschall has icon installed As president of the Pasadena bar association by Superior court judge Harold p. Huls. Also installed will Wop Schmail at the dinner meeting at the University club were Thomas w. First vice president j. Harold Berg Sec Ond vice president Theodore c. Mckennan Secretary and James b. .boyle.jr., treasurer. On the left in government. There Are never any on the extreme right in the Republican senator spoke to an audience of Stu dents and townspeople at Miami University. As for the United nations he snid let s forget tie whole thing and join up with our allies and induce the neutrals to join us. The world in t ready for the United h e the Intok mount thu spar jah.1j. 11m-48 roof is signal groups to support la Canada school Bond proposal a number of professional groups have1 formed sub Corn not toys to Kielp promote the Canada unified school Dis rect s 53.6 million Bond Issue Ames m. Reynolds chairman f the yes on Bonds commit co said residents of the la Canada Fca will vote on the Bonds t a feb. 6 election. If approx d by the voters the Bond funds will he used to build a new High school. In addition he funds will also go to com Lete Palm Crest elementary repair and renovation1 of la Canada elementary school and remodel the pros a Canada Junior High school into an intermediate school. Among _ the engineers and scientists in the Community joining Bond support subcommittees arc Justin Hall. Wal Ter Purvis will head the accountants sub committee. Or. Charles m. Strother was named chairman of the dentists committee. John l. Clarke will head the insurance Indus try group. Reynolds also said that la Canada area residents wishing further information on the Bond election can Call mrs. John n. Mitchell registration chairman for the yes of Bonds committee at by 0-3345. To recognize Church Richmond a. Dpi subcommittee has been appointed yesterday to study a Resolution that would give Gen eral Assembly recognition to the orthodox Church As a major Faith in with protestant roman Cath Olic arid jewish discount hous save up to 30% store hours 9 a.m.-6 . Daily specials for Pasadena store Only thiirs.-fri.-sat., Jan. Beef Rodneys neck one pigtails fresh fru meaty Eastern. Smoked Ham Shank portion Short ribs Chilton Carne steer beef lean canned hams Dubuque Brand 3 la. Net it. Pullman 2 55 each sirloin roast steer beef Boneless sirloin Steak steer beef Boneless 77 Diamond Market co 45 w. Colorado Pasadena by 3-3165 by 1-9166 retail wholesale meats 725 e. Edna i. Covina Edgewood 2-1191 a foe less at boys Choice steer beef the aristocrat of roasts tended indict. Insp. Yoda standing prime tender flavorful boast in. Center Cut smoked lean pork by. Fresh dressed heavy co Lois roasting tear Well tender rib Steak tended a jct club Steak . Hew chop. Oven ready Hen or Tom turkeys Reesh Bozen meat of 6 it Nasticky. Stokely pineapple juice 46-oz. Can Kraft Miracle whip vegetable shortening Crisco fresh Frozen foods coast of so Pokey sliced Bacon Swift s Premium m la smoked Ham slices denier a c Cut Libby s Frozen meat beef Chicken Turkey Cypress gardens pure Orange fresh Frozen Seabrook fresh Frozen peas Cut Corn chopped Grottoli Reg. Or French Cut Green Beans mixed vege Tobies. Boys giant pkg. Detergent 98 _ 39 fresh friits Yee tables duly diet dog food imported wines from France gift in Gitil filled olives Cah boys Rottle Liioi White wine Kentucky Bourbon fifth it proof nicotine an from our _ Oscar Mayer Smokie links 12-oz. Pc. Colorado Pasadena fancy Fuerte avocados Large Arizona a fruit dessert Sweet Juicy 8 Fruh picked Young tender carrots

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